Shandon Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast. Drymen, Loch Lomond.

The farmhouse.
The farmhouse.

Shandon Farm

I AM SORRY BUT DUE TO COVID 19 REGULATIONS I CAN ONLY ACCEPT BOOKINGS FOR TRAVELLERS FROM SCOTLAND 26 APRIL -17 MAY 2021. FROM THE 17 MAY ONWARDS THE REST OF THE U.K. IS WELCOME AS ALWAYS.

Shandon farm is 15-20 minutes walk north out of Drymen village, with views of The Trossachs and Loch Lomond to the west and The Campsies and Queens View to the south. Ideal for your first stopover after completing the first section of The West Highland Way or beginning The Rob Roy Way.

Shandon is a working farm with 130 native British Beef Shorthorn cattle. The current farmhouse was re-built in 1986 and was renovated again in April 2015 for us to run a B&B. It is double glazed and centrally heated throughout.

DIRECTIONS

As you come into Drymen, either on foot or by car, with the Clachan Inn on your left go straight up Old Gartmore Road for approx. 1/2 mile and we are the first farm on the right. If you're driving take care as there are 6 very large speed bumps from the Clachan Inn up past the school.

COVID-19 Information

“I will still be meeting my guests at the door for check in but will keep a respectful distance between us with no handshakes or physical contact. I will show you around and take you to your room as usual. Sanitiser will be available at the door, please use it every time you come in.  There is ample space to keep your distance if there are other guests and Breakfast will be socially distanced. Buffet items will be limited, I will offer you the menu and bring the items to your table. Cooked breakfast will be provided as usual. I’m sorry but I will not refresh your room during your stay as I would normally. If you need replacement toiletries or tea tray items please let me know. Chairs, soft furnishings will be disinfected with dettol spray and door handles etc. will be regularly sanitised. 

I still want my guests to enjoy their stay and feel comfortable in our home. I look forward to meeting you.” Jane.