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Lion and Unicorn, Stirling Restaurants

The Lion and Unicorn Restaurant is tucked away in Thornhill just outside Stirling. Full of friendly locals it is one of the few Free Houses in Scotland. Steeped in history,  the Lion and Unicorn has a huge 1635 open fireplace in the dining room. Known for its good beer and top notch food it is only half an hour from Loch Lomond and the Trossachs and well worth a visit. Advisable to book at Weekends.

The Burnbrae, Bearsden

The Burnbrae is traditional yet delivers modern standards with the highest level of quality food allied with subtle yet attentive table service. We carefully source and deliver an extensive range of menus using fresh produce supplemented with seasonal specials, developed by our teams of local, highly trained chefs.

The Commodore, Helensburgh

The Commodore in Helensburgh - A Vintage Inn The Commodore in Helensburgh is a charming inn situated just off the esplanade and the banks of the majestic Gare Loch and has great views of the Firth of Clyde. The Commodore in Helensburgh is popular with day trippers, walkers, golfers, fishermen and seafarers.

The Coach House Inn Restaurant, Cardross

The Coach House Inn has a restaurant which offers home cooked lunches and dinners on a daily basis. An extensive menu offers traditional, home cooked dishes ranging from light bites to a la carte. The restaurant is open daily from 12 noon till 9 pm.

The Village Inn Restaurant, Arrochar

The Village Inn is a charming country inn in the lochside village of Arrochar. The Village Inn is renowned for its excellent food and hospitality. We are open daily from 7 am and serve all day. Relax in a cosy atmosphere of the bar with a drink or a bar meal, or enjoy our excellent Scottish menu in the Village Inn Restaurant. Or simply soak up the excellent views of Loch Long and the Cobbler from our beer garden.

Tullie Inn Restaurant, Balloch

Looking for a great place to eat out in Balloch? Look no further! With a stunning Glasshouse to the front of the building, the Tullie Inn is the perfect location for a morning coffee, a lazy lunch or just to savour a glass of your favourite wine and watch the world go by! For quality fresh food and a fantastic range of wines coupled with a stunning design, a relaxed atmosphere and excellent service - whether you are visiting for business or pleasure - you can be assured of a great time at the Tullie Inn, Balloch.

The Station, Bearsden

formerly The Inn The Station is the perfect place to stop for a quick coffee and a muffin before catching a train. Together with first-rate drinks and regular events including a DJ on a Friday and a weekly quiz, The Station is the place to be if you're looking for somewhere to go around the town with an energetic vibe not found in other Bearsden restaurants.

The Beech Tree Inn, Killearn

In beautiful countryside, the Beech Tree Inn nestles at the foot of Dumgoyne Hill, on the West Highland Way. Our menu offers freshly prepared traditional, modern and healthy dishes from around the world, whilst providing value for money with excellent customer service in a friendly relaxed atmosphere.   •  Large family beer garden with children's play area   •  Car park   •  Food served from 12 noon till 9pm daily - open 7 days

Eating at the Clachan Inn, Drymen

The Clachan Inn, situated on the square in the centre of Drymen is Scotland's oldest registered licensed premises (1734) and is reeked in history. With its welcoming atmosphere and log fire, the Clachan Inn is at the very heart of village life for both locals and visitors alike. Drymen is a popular first night stop on the West Highland Way and the Clachan Inn is the ideal place to meet fellow walkers and share tales of adventures over a malt whisky. Dogs are welcome in the famous Clachan Bar.

The Dog House, Balloch

The Dog House in Balloch is a friendly local pub which has a chilled out lounge bar that is perfect for a coffee while you read a newspaper and the small friendly public bar which is great if you're looking for a lively drinking-hole for a few pints with friends. The Dog House in Balloch has live folk music on a Sunday and Monday and regularly shows sporting events on big screen TVs. The Dog House has a fantastic reputation as one of the top Loch Lomond pubs and has locals and tourists returning again and again.

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