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We've been here twice while making our way up to Oban once and once on our way to Fort William. The place is right next to the main road. From the parking you have a view of a water fall.
Inside, there a lot of...More
Popped in for coffee whilst out exploring - discovered this wee gem!
Pulled over to take pix off the waterfall cascading down the hills high above.
Very cool place indeed, the rustic building dates back to 1705 & main bar area is like Game of...More
Unprofessional bar staff. Food was low quality, microwaved meals came out minutes after ordering. Very touristy, not authentic at all. I regret wasting my money here, next time I'm passing will go to Ardlui hotel instead.
Visited while staying in Loch Lomond and have to say this place was rammed.
Very good the play they have on the history and the place itself is very very quirky.
The food and service was great and I really want to return and stay...More
Stopped for a family dinner "treat" after a lovely day out at Glen Coe.
No host and we were not greeted at the door or shown to a table. Dogs all over bar area so we quickly left to try and find another table as...More
Thank Roisin G
Response from UniqueDroversInn, Public Relations Manager at The Drovers InnResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your review.
I am sorry your experience did not live up to expectations. We take our customers feedback very seriously and our staff do always aim to provide excellent service to compliment an overall experience. I am sorry that you feel this...More
As for the Drovers - It is a DUMP! but it is just one of those places that has great atmosphere and is iconic on the West Highland Way. If you can find some where else then I would leave the Drovers alone. We stayed in the... More
As for the Drovers - It is a DUMP! but it is just one of those places that has great atmosphere and is iconic on the West Highland Way. If you can find some where else then I would leave the Drovers alone. We stayed in the rooms across the road. The beds were clean and the water was hot.....the rest was absolute rubbish and it was one of the dearest places we stayed on our whole WHW route.