The Kirkhouse Inn

Strathblane's Hidden Gem

Nestled in the peaceful parish of Strathblane in Central Scotland below the towering, rolling Campsie Fells lies the Kirkhouse Inn, one of Strathblane's hidden gems.

Originally built in 1601 as a stables and tavern, the Kirkhouse Inn has undergone several transformations and has had it’s fair share of scandals and hidden treasures. There's even been the occasional sighting of a ghostly apparition lurking within the walls!

Having recently undergone refurbishment, the 15 bedroom Kirkhouse boasts a beautiful and contemporary decor with a unique dining experience – but still retains the atmosphere and feel only five centuries of history can give.

Once the scene of secret correspondence between King James VI of Scotland and Queen Elizabeth I of England that eventually led to the Union of the Crowns it's walls have seen many changes over the years, so why not come and discover this hidden gem for yourself?

There are no strangers here, only friends we've not yet met."

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