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Discover the Delights of Knockderry Country House Hotel

With so many wonderful places to escape to and explore in Loch Lomond, Trossachs and Clyde Sea Lochs, winter is an ideal time to enjoy great off-season offers, try out new places to stay, eat and drink, or to return to your favourite spots.

Award winning Knockderry Country House Hotel is situated on the banks of Loch Long, one of the impressive sea lochs of Scotland, and a perfect base for exploring the area, for relaxing, short breaksweddings and small exclusive events.

Knockderry House (meaning ‘hill of oak’ in Gaelic) was originally built around 1846 as a summer retreat. The hotel is set in a beautiful location and has a fascinating architectural history. The strong focus on food and wine is recognised in the hotel’s Taste Our Best Award reflecting the emphasis on sourcing and using great local and seasonal Scottish produce.

Guests can enjoy new delights and seasonal offers for 2016 including:

New Seasonal Lunch Menu

A new 2 or 3 course seasonal lunch menu is available from Monday 7th January 2016.  Produce is all Scottish and seasonal and the menu is updated weekly to ensure it take advantage of what is available. 2 Courses £12.95 or 3 Courses £15.95. Guests dining in January can also enjoy the fun added extra of a glass of prosecco.

Dinner Bed & Breakfast Break

This month (January 2016) you can take advantage of 25% off the cost of Dinner Bed and Breakfast Break.  Booking is required by 31 January 2016, although you can stay up to the 24th March 2016 (excluding 13th -14th February). 

Room rates start from just £142.50 for a Standard Double and include accommodation, a delicious seasonal 5 course dinner for two and a full Scottish Breakfast the next morning.

Seasonal Offers & Newsletter

Why not sign up to the Knockderry Country House Hotel Newsletter to get access to some great seasonal offers and take the time to make a visit?

If you have more questions call Knockderry Country House Hotel on 01436 842283 or go to www.knockderryhouse.co.uk 

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