Winnock Hotel

Address: The Square, Drymen, Drymen, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Scotland, G63 0BL, United Kingdom | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on The Square, Drymen, Drymen, is near Glengoyne Distillery.
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      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Drymen

      Day 1 is finally, finally here

      A travel blog entry by pipimoana on Apr 15, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... chatting and didn't really stop for the next 20 kms! He eventually peeled off to try his luck at finding a bed for the night just outside Drymen. Tom had walked with his wife all over Europe and his various stories made for easy if somewhat repetitive listening. His recommendation for the best multi-day walks were the Cornish Coastal Path and Mt Blanc Circuit which I made a mental note of - I don't think this will be my ...

      Glasgow, Scotland

      A travel blog entry by cpeirson on Jul 16, 2013

      56 photos

      ... cu-lain), which was the home of the Kennedy Clan. Note, it's not the Robert Kennedy's! Their tartan is a green and blue plaid. The grounds were simply amazing and gorgeous. The term 'loose face' originated here. Ladies used to wear heavy white wax make-up. They had to be careful not to sit too close to a fireplace and even had a 12x14 wooden plate on a stand that they would put between their faces ...

      Close Connections

      A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Dec 26, 2012

      3 photos

      ... br>
      We relaxed on the flight to London and enjoyed a wine to destress us after our mad rush. Then we arrived in Heathrow. Heathrow is much improved to what it used to be but it's still a large somewhat confusing and quite soulless airport. Even although we were arriving and leaving from Terminal 5 we had to catch a train from one area to another, then go through immigration - and I have to say that their attitude and service ...

      One last time...

      A travel blog entry by vickymack on Sep 28, 2012

      ... find husbands if all the men are gay?" "bagels are for breakfast" -this one might just be me but I find it more a lunch thing. "how long did it take you to learn English?" "Why are you celebrating the Olympics being in your country vicky, your not from great Britain, your from Scotland..." "who is the president of your country?" "how did you get to America then?" "you don't have dunkin donuts in Scotland!? So where do you get your coffee from before school???" - ...

      Susanne and Hugh arrive

      A travel blog entry by thevances on Sep 27, 2010

      12 photos

      ... walk up to and huff and say "what's the big deal? I could do that." and walk away. But if you stayed you were totally drawn in to it. Tan's big thing is exploring "issues related to human representation - such as concepts of identity and nationality - often through portraits of people or places." This involved films which panned a group of teens in Stockholm both from up close (one screen) and far away (second screen) so you ...