PLEASE NOTE Our car park is for customers only. A £5 parking fee will be charged on arrival which is redeemable on food or drink orders over £20.


There’s always a reason to visit  The Drovers Inn, a unique Loch Lomond Hotel,  whether it’s your celebration or ours. Travelling north or south it’s the perfect stop at the north end of Loch Lomond providing a true and lasting memory of rural Scotland.

We have live music every weekend, a great food menu served daily, not to mention an excellent atmosphere and centuries of history. Accommodation can either be at the inn itself or at the newer lodge rooms just across the road. We are dog friendly, both in the bar and our hotel rooms.

Our Rooms
Unique Loch Lomond Accomodation

The Drovers Inn is a unique building, crammed full of three hundred years’ worth of history. The main house offers quirky and authentic bedrooms. The Lodge bedrooms is decorated in a more conventional style.

Our Food
Traditional Scottish Pub Food

A warm welcome awaits – from both our staff and the roaring fire. We pride ourselves on serving up traditional Scottish comfort food – from mince’n’tatties to steak pie, there’s something on our varied and tasty menu for everyone.

Our Bar
Step inside our cosy bar

Although dark and small,  our bar is full of character and Scottish charm. Our team of staff and our fire are both warm and welcoming.

The Drovers Inn and local area
Frequently Asked Questions
Scotland's most haunted pub?




Located at the top of beautiful Loch Lomond on the A82 to Crianlarich, you’ll find the historic Drovers Inn, a fantastic Loch Lomond Hotel – not to be missed! From the moment you pull up outside and then enter The Drovers Inn, you just know that you are experiencing something truly unique. You can sense three centuries of Scottish hospitality and feel the history of the people who have passed through; the ghosts are in the walls, generations of tales in the air.

The Drovers Inn is an old inn used by the Highland drovers who used to drive their cattle down the side of Loch Lomond to the markets. The decor and furniture, in deference to the past, remain as authentic as The Drovers itself.  As you enter the reception hall you are faced by a full grown, stuffed grizzly bear, an assortment of other animals and the assured feeling that this place is going to stay in your consciousness for a long time to come, for all the right reasons. You may just hear a bump in the night as guests over the years came across many unusual sights and sounds, with spine tingling ghost stories to share. The Scotsman has also  named us as one of  Scotland’s most haunted pubs!

Scotland’s most popular trail, the West Highland Way, is a challenging 95 mile walk from Milngavie near Glasgow leading northwards to Fort William, beneath Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain. The Drovers is ideally situated for a well-deserved stop off at the end of a day.

The Drovers Inn has many Munros and Corbetts plus many low level and easy walks in the area. It’s the ideal location to stay, to eat, relax and soak in the famous atmosphere. Live entertainment features every weekend and in the winter our famous log fire will heat you after a day in the mountains.

Coach parties and large bookings are welcome all year round. We offer set meals and refreshment packages for coach trips and large travelling parties. Please contact us for more information.