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Internationally renowned Inverbeg Galleries are long established purpose built galleries on the 'bonnie banks' of Loch Lomond.
Some recent developments have included upgraded gardens with picnic areas and three new gallery rooms allowing a substantial increase in displayed artwork as well as permitting expansion of our giftware selection. The newly installed ramps mean that the gallery is now fully accessible for people with prams and wheelchairs.
The Lagavulin Bistro is a family-run business where we serve freshly homemade great tasting food, from sweets and beverages to your old menu favourites. Open Monday to Saturday 0900-1730 (1715 for last food order).
Discover a 250 year old mill from Scotland's textile and industrial heritage, complete with original waterwheel. Built in 1758, originally a flax mill producing the famous Kilmahog Rug, the site is now an established tourist shop with Harris Tweed, Countrywear, lambswool, Clan Tartan Centre, arans & cashmere, Highland dress and made-to-measure kilts, trousers and skirts.
Coffee shop open daily, serves the BIG BREAKFAST, snacks, hot meals and a variety of refreshments including PURO Fairtrade coffee.
Car Accessories and motor vehicle parts in Alexandria. Located at the Motor Museum on the lower ground floor of Lomond Galleries in Alexandria near Loch Lomond
Scottish Gifts and Crafts at Ealain Gallery Loch Lomond.
Ealain Gallery Gift Shop is located in Drymen, located within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Ealain, the Gaelic word for art, are proud to have some of Scotland's best crafts people, from award-winning jewellers, world renowned potters and ceramicists along with glass makers.
Ealain Gallery features regularly changing exhibitions of featured artists and mixed shows. Original works of art from under £100 upwards, we look to have something for everyone.
The Scottish Wool Centre is a 4-star visitor attraction with daily free outdoor animal shows, including the Dog & Duck Show. Enjoy the menagerie of animals including miniature horses, various breeds of hens and sheep and an extensive selection of birds of prey. Inside, there is something for everyone with half price pure luxurious cashmere, ladies & mens clothing, plus our extensive Whisky & Food Hall. In the Ben Lomond Restaurant, you will find traditional home baking, mouthwatering Scottish dishes, traybakes and cakes served with PURO Fairtrade coffee.
Antartex Village now brings you even more great value, with shopping for all the family, including ladies & men’s fashions, outerwear, Highland dress, pure cashmere, Scottish gifts & souvenirs, homewares, shoe shop, golf shop, luggage and accessories together with a whisky shop with free tasting. Icefire Glass designers will gladly demonstrate the art of glass designing. The Village Restaurant serves hot & cold meals, snacks and a large variety of refreshments including PURO Fairtrade coffee.
Close to the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, you can take the high road or the low road from Glasgow and be at this splendid and eye-catching building within 30 minutes. It was constructed in 1905 to house the Argyll Motor Works, then the world's largest car factory. At the time it was considered to be an extravagant folly by competitors, but now this ornate A-listed building of red sandstone and opulent marble is admired by all.
Come along to Misty Glen where you will be dazzled by the range of jewellery on display, complemented by a backdrop of beautiful art deco mirrors, wall art and hand-painted tiles You will also find pottery, glassware, bomb cosmetics and a host of other beautiful giftware.
Jewellery lines range from up-to the minute costume jewellery to Scottish designed silver by Ortak. Rosa Red is a very popular costume jewellery range from Glasgow, other lines include SEa Gems, 21st Century Silver, Black Gingers,pearls, amber and other gemstones.
Meet our resident local celebrities, Hamish the Highland Bull, his wife Heather and little Honey, that was born early in 2011. Hamish is always happy to have his photo taken and will gladly pose with you.
There's great shopping with confectionery, travel rugs, Hamish mementos, clothing, toys, food, whisky and much more.
We also have weaving looms dating back to 1927 and were used until recently to produce the famous Trossachs rugs.
Our coffee shop serves PURO Fairtrade coffee, snacks, meals and refreshments every day.