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Old Church Road, Tyndrum,, Crianlarich FK20 8RX, UK – 01838 400391
We stopped hear for a snack on our way up to Oban. Roughly half way from Glasgow so ideal. There was a nice selection of soups, sandwiches, toastie e.t.c I had the onion soup which was delicious. The woman who served us couldn't have been nicer, she showed a genuine interest in what we were doing. We came out really happy that we had visited. Next time we are passing we will definitely stop off hear again. Highly recommended. Note: in the summer it doesn't close during the week
Lovely friendly cafe in an old church, lovely food & staff were great. Also sell locally made crafts. Well worth a coffee or lunch stop.
Station Road, Crianlarich FK20 8QN, UK – 01838 300245
Good little shop for the area and the prices are very reasonable.
Useful store located just off the A85 in Crianlarich. Served by a very friendly lady. The store has a good range of produce for a small outlet and includes a small selection of fresh fruit and veg. Free parking available opposite. Popular with hikers, cyclists, bikers and campers. It also has a couple of picnic tables outside for anyone to use. Public loo's are in the village 5 mins walk away. Complete one stop spot.
Main Street, Crianlarich FK20 8RW, UK – 01838 300272
Nice hotel with a touch of the 90's. A bit old but very well maintained and clean hotel. Do not expect any luxury but it is perfect for stay one or two nights if you are spending time around this area. Super fast check in and check out! The restaurant offers a good selection of dishes and everything we tried tasted just fine. Tables in the restaurant should be booked in advance, they are quite busy!
Hotel needs to be refurbished a bit. Bedroom mattresses are getting way too soft and bathrooms are smelling damp. But the area is quiet for a good night sleep after a long day walking. If you want to have dinner, best to book a table as space is limited. Menu offers a wide range of dishes (home made curries, large burgers, fresh pizzas as well as more traditional Scottish meals). I was disappointed by the dessert: my ice cream didn’t taste like something of quality, but rather cheap. Shame because the restaurant area is lovely with lots of character (stuffed animals, plants)