Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Drovers Inn, Inverarnan

Forget Skibo Castle, the Drovers Inn is the epitome of Scottish hospitality. For more than three hundred years the Drovers Inn has welcomed those travelling up and down the banks of Loch Lomond, including the infamous Rob Roy MacGregor. Guests are assured of a warm welcome.





The Drovers Inn first opened its doors in 1705.


Some guests enjoyed themselves so much that they never left.




To avoid unwanted intrudors (the infamous Scottish midgies) all windows should remain shut after dusk.


At weekends live music makes for a great craic in the Highlands. September is a music festival at the Drovers Inn


While some visitors appear unprepared do without tv, wi-fi or the 21st century, most guests know a good thing when they see it...... the staff wear kilts.