Having stayed at this hotel for many many years and indeed frequently many times during a 12 month period I rate this hotel as homely and welcoming. Current financial climate has dictated a few changes to the tradition that has been renowned in this hotel. Entertainment has been cut and the traditional 'scottish evening' complete with haggis tasting free for even non- residents has taken its tole. Breakfast is basic I agree and feel even a portion of baked beans would help to swell the offerings. However, the staff are most accomodating and if they can do anything to assist your stay they WILL go out of there way to help. Dont believe all the negatives but just try for your self . It may not be the Ritz but they never said they were - just a friendly home from home.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This place is temporarily closed. It will reopen in March 1, 2018 Originally built in the 17th Century by the Chieftain of the clan McNab as a hostelry for his fellow clasnmen travelling to the north, the Dreadnought has remained an important landmark as well as retaining a distinctive character of its own. From the wood panelled lounge bar to the architecturally listed stained glass windows, the Dreadnought has a very unique atmosphere. Centrally situated in the popular town of Callander, the 17th Century Dreadnought Hotel successfully combines the attractions of history with modern day comfort. Callander is the gateway to the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, making it an ideal destination for a Scottish break. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dreadnought Hotel Callander, Scotland