Buchanan Arms Hotel & Spa in Drymen, near Loch Lomond, is a relaxed 52 bedroom country house hotel with beautifully appointed individual bedrooms, an award winning restaurant, extensive meeting and event facilities, the impressive Haven Leisure Club, with pool and gym and the fabulous Haven Spa.
The village has a pretty little 18th century parish church and is the start of the Rob Roy Way, unofficial long distance footpath to Pitlochry, and the West Highland Way, reaching from Milngavie to Fort William. Remarkably central, yet very much nestling in the stunning Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Being less than 30 minutes drive from Glasgow makes it a superb city getaway and weekend break destination. Buchanan Arms Hotel is situated in the heart of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, near the shores of Loch Lomond and close to Glasgow and Stirling and the motorway network, making us the ideal location for a relaxing 3 DAY RETREAT.
A comfortable relaxing lounge and conservatory to enjoy friendly chit-chat or read. Enjoy the stunning views and beautiful manicured gardens. What you get:
Spacious rooms with en suite facilities On-site leisure facilities including indoor heated pool/jacuzzi and air-conditioned gym. Badminton court available. Wi-Fi free in all public areas; free parking.
Arrive at 10am on day of RETREAT.
Only herbal tea beforehand. Delicious organic fruit smoothie (made with love) on arrival. Welcome bag with full itinerary, your supplements, food schedule on arrival. Take home recipes and shopping list on departure. On-the-day special offers at the Spa. Reflexology treatment available in the privacy of your room. Option of purchasing an enema kit.
Personal consultation with Audrey Grace. Evening health talks and health DVDs. £100 off your RETREAT when booked before January 2017.
February 2017 is our next retreat. Contact us for details and dates.
Map & directions: From Glasgow centre (distance 17 miles) Follow signposts to Aberfoyle A81. At the Bearsden Cross round about take the A809 to Drymen, which is signposted from then onwards.