Kirkhouse Inn

Nestled at the foot of the famous Campsie Hills in the tranquil & picturesque parish of Strathblane lies one of Scotland’s most hidden treasures – Kirkhouse Inn. Originally built in 1601 as a tavern and stables, our historic hotel, bar & restaurant has been welcoming guests through it’s doors for over five centuries and despite a few refurbishments, continues to maintain the traditional country atmosphere we are now known & loved for.

Explore the area

A popular choice with walkers, cyclists & hill climbers, we’re also the ideal destination for active families looking to explore the surrounding Scottish countryside or couples looking for a romantic & idyllic getaway. The beautiful surrounds of Kirkhouse Inn are a mecca for outdoor pursuits and we make the ideal starting point for anyone embarking on the famous John Muir or West Highland Way. Hill walkers will be spoiled for choice at the surrounding summits & those fond of a wee dram may want to take a wander along to the world famous Glengoyne Distillery, only a short distance from our front door.


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