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“On the John Muir and West Highland Way's”
Review of The Beech Tree Inn

The Beech Tree Inn
Ranked #1 of 1 Restaurants in Dumgoyne
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Good for: Child-friendly
Dining options: Dinner, After-hours, Lunch, Breakfast, Reservations
Description: The Beech Tree Inn is a family restaurant and bar situated just north of Glasgow. Please do not expect fine dining, that it not what we do. Its just simple bar food at value for money prices. In addition, we have a good range of light meals and snacks. We also stock a wide range of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. We have a great beer garden with a children's play area, pygmy goats, mini Shetland ponies, ducks, rabbits, & zebra finches for the kids to enjoy looking at.
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Cycled here from Helensburgh. Not been for a while and its grown a lot and got a lot busier. Nice warm welcome, quickly served and the food and drinks were good. Lots of places to sit outside, and under cover if it rains too.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The menu choices were varied, the food was great and service excellent. Certainly worth a visit either on foot or by car

1  Thank Terry A
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Excellent menu, excellent food. Very friendly and helpful staff. The special board was excellent value. Enjoyed our visit so bought a bonus card which gives a discount on meals.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Had the ravioli. Cheap and bought in, over cooked, with a sauce that is done better by Waitrose. And £10.50 at that. The coffee was OK. Did not eat anything else, did not bother. Apparently the fish and chips were OK. Yet another Scottish pub that relies on passing trade who will never be back, so cannot really be bothered. Staff friendly enough though.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We used to visit the beech tree regularly however due to kids growing up and time just flying by we hadn’t been for a year or 2. Historically the kids loved feeding the ducks and the fact it’s dog friendly outside made it a great sunny afternoon place for us. Anyway we returned as 4 adults on Thursday 15 March and have to say from the minute we entered till the second we left we loved every minute. Staff are excellent, nothing is to much trouble, decor is rustic and cosy. Food was superb and even tried grasshopper ( probably the 1st and last time) but worth a try. No way a negative to the beech tree I think we now just know insects aren’t our thing!!! If you are gluten free the menu is also very accommodating Even bought a handmade wooden picture of a thistle which will be sent overseas. I would suggest if you haven’t been it’s worth a try and if like us you haven’t been in a while give it another visit. All the animals and all the things that made it attractive to our kids when they were wee are still there (plus new ones) so we all had a trip down memory lane also. Beech tree inn if you could allow dogs inside that would be excellent as so many places are now dog friendly and it’s a growing market. Perhaps a 3 barks and your out rule???

1  Thank Archie C
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