The Hawthorns was built in 1873 by The Duke of Montrose to attract a doctor to the village. It was home to four successive doctors until the modern Health Centre was built.
It was painstakingly renovated in 1995, ensuring that many of the original features were preserved (and adding central heating and double glazing!). It is a beautiful building, with large, bright rooms and fantastic views. It has spacious gardens, ample parking and is situated on the main square, within walking distance of all amenities.
Although Drymen is a small, picturesque village in the Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, it has everything you need for your stay. There is a bank (with ATM), village shop & Post Office, four excellent pubs and restaurants, gallery and shops, supermarket, bike hire, library, butcher, health centre, and dentist.
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