Picture yourself soaking up the atmosphere of this 18th century Inn near Loch Lomond, sitting beside the roaring log fire whilst planning your day’s exploration of the surrounding beautiful Trossachs countryside with many castles, gardens and city attractions within easy reach. After a full day’s excitement, return to your tasteful Elegance or Heritage bedroom, many with Balconies or Four Poster beds, to prepare for a night to remember; good food, fine wine and friendly service. The Winnock is a great first stop for anyone tackling the West Highland Way.
The Winnock Hotel offers 73 non-smoking bedrooms. Rooms have been designed with your comfort in mind, and provide guests with a cozy and comfortable space in which to relax and unwind.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- TV with Satellite Channels
- Tea & Coffee Hospitality Tray
- En-suite Bathroom with bath and/or shower
- Direct Dial Telephone
The Winnock Hotel has a variety of wining & dining options available for guests. Each Restaurant offers a different style of cuisine and ambiance.
The Merlin Restaurant:
The Merlin Restaurant offers a romantic setting for dinner by candlelight. With exposed stonework and original beams, the setting adds to the hotel’s historic ambiance. The style of cuisine in the Merlin Restaurant is A La Carte, presenting the finest local produce, lovingly prepared for you to savour.
The Capercaillie Room:
The Capercaillie (pronounced ka-per-kail-ee) Room is the venue for our regular Ceilidh and Scottish Nights. Tasty food abounds, silver served to you by our attentive and friendly staff.The Capercaillie Room is also the ideal venue for Wedding & Function bookings.
The Ptarmigan Bar:
The Ptarmigan (pronounced Tar-mi-gan) Bar is a cosy pub & lounge offering bar meals and drinks from the bar at pub prices! Famous for its home made steak pies, the comfy leather chairs and sofas offer the perfect place to unwind with a glass of wine or a pint to wash down some traditional pub grub. Popular with the locals, you’ll be sure to meet a few memorable characters in the Ptarmigan Bar. Don’t worry, the natives are friendly!
The City of Glasgow:
On The Map: Glasgow is located in the southwest of Scotland. The city is well served by a good network of roads and motorways, including the M8 from Edinburgh to the east, and M74 from Carlisle, England to the south.
Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city, is vibrant and downright sassy. It bubbles with sensational cuisine and raucous nightlife. Along the revitalized River Clyde, you’ll discover Glasgow’s seagoing heritage as you wander the riverfront walkways. Museums, galleries and trendy street-cafes abound. The extraordinary Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is a marvel. Listen to the music pouring out of pubs—it’s among the best home-grown sounds in Britain. Step inside and nurse a pint of local brew in one of the city’s perfect watering holes. Scotland’s largest city is a cultural dynamo–no false pretences in Glasgow. Its urban mayhem and offbeat style lets you know that this city is all about fun, friends, and the joy of life. Glasgow is a metropolis that is 100% gregarious and down-to-earth.