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The Weather in Drymen
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. In contrast, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Enjoy the best of Loch Lomond with Holiday lettings in Drymen
The small market town of Drymen has a lot to offer visitors. Not just stunning lake and mountain scenery on your doorstep but also a great selection of both modern self-catering holiday lettings and more traditional stone cottages.
Discover Scotland's national drink at Glengoyne distillery
A short 10 minute drive from Drymen brings you to the tiny village of Dumgoyne, home to the Glengoyne whisky distillery. Set at the foot of the Campsie Hills, Glengoyne has been making whisky in the traditional way since it was established in 1833. Book onto one of the regular distillery tours to see behind the scenes and learn about the whisky making process, before sampling some whisky and making some purchases in the gift shop.
Fresh air in abundance for the children in Drymen and beyond
A holiday in Drymen is all about the great ourdoors, and with the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and Balloch Country Park on your doorstep, the kids will love making dens, exploring the woodland and paddling on the shores of Loch Lomond. Older children will enjoy the treetop high ropes courses at Balloch or Aberfoyle and, if the weather could be better, then the aquarium at the southern tip of Loch Lomond has a wide variety of marine life from the UK and beyond.
Explore Britain's largest lake from your base in Drymen
Travel less than a mile from the centre of Drymen and you find yourself on the banks of Loch Lomond. UK's largest lake by surface area offers lochside walking trails, boat excursions to the loch's islands and cosy country pubs in villages like Balmaha and Rowardennan. If you are feeling energetic, why not walk part of the West Highland Way long distance route, which passes through Drymen and along Loch Lomond before heading north to Fort William. To the north are the Trossachs hills, offering unparalled hillwalking and mountain biking routes.
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