The pubs and bars of Scotland have certainly got A Story to Tell, in fact there are countless great stories across the length and breadth of the country just waiting to be discovered.

As well as places to have fun, meet locals and learn more about this great country, our pubs and bars are individual characters in their own right, each with a story to tell.

Be sure to experience Scotland’s pubs and bars and envisage the people who have met, drank and laughed here before you.

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Scotland’s pubs and bars have a tasty story to tell

To celebrate this year’s Scottish Food & Drink Fortnight (6 – 21 September) pubs and bars across Scotland will be telling the story of the best of Scotland’s natural larder through menus, tastings and festivals. The new not-for-profit Scotland’s Pubs & Bars: A Story to Tell initiative showcases a number

Autumn Winter Midweek Loch Lomond Accommodation Deal

Their story: The beautiful Oak Tree Inn stands in the shade of a magnificent 500 year old oak tree and is located on the east side of Loch Lomond where the highland boundary fault line separates the Highlands and Lowlands. The Inn is built from local re-cycled materials from Buchanan

3 nights for the price of 2 at the Drovers Inn

Their story: Opened in 1705, The Drovers Inn is one of the oldest licensed premises in Scotland and located at the northern tip of Loch Lomond. It takes its name from the Highland drovers who used to drive their cattle down the side of Loch Lomond to the markets. One

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