Welcome to The Dumbuck Country Hotel
A warm welcome awaits you at The Dumbuck Country House Hotel. Built in 1798, this grand hotel is luxury haven minutes from the banks of Loch Lomond and within close proximity to Glasgow and Glasgow International Airport. Experience a bespoke hotel in a listed building filled with history and character. We feature 19-luxury suites and bedrooms, The Castle Suite wedding and events venue, The Rock Bar for all day dining as well as The Dram & GanderRestaurant.
Each of our 19 rooms are equipped with essentials such as tea and coffee, bespoke toiletries, the finest cotton sheets and luxury modern bathrooms. We aim to provide our guests with the best services and facilities available.
Of course, we have added special luxuries so you can experience the very best accommodation in the West of Scotland!
LUXURY WEDDING VENUE
Set beneath the backdrop of the impressive Dumbuck Hill. The Castle Suite is a superb setting for your wedding ceremony, accommodating up to 120 guests.
Once you’ve said ‘I-do’ guests can socialise in your own private courtyard, on the lawn or enjoy The Rock Bar while photography is taking place. Our kitchen will create the perfect meal using the finest Scottish ingredients.
A casual and informal space with no compromise on the quality of our food. We are open for dinner 7 nights a week and lunch on Sundays.
- Bar Food in the Rock Bar & Sports Bar
- Evenings in the Dram & Gander
Using only fresh, locally sourced ingredients, our chefs create mouth-watering dishes for all tastes. We serve fresh local produce at its best by keeping it simple and delicious.
The Dumbuck Country House Hotel is a well-known and admired venue in Dumbarton, Glasgow and The West of Scotland.
Our venue facilities offers numerous different size rooms to host that special occasion. We host events like Banquet Dinners, Funerals and Christenings, Birthday Parties to Corporate Away-Days, Fashion Shows and Ceilidhs and with accommodation on site and ample parking makes Tke Dumbuck a superior choice for all.
THINGS TO DO
Stretching across central Scotland from east to west, the landscapes of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs. Sandwiched between the Firth of Forth and the Firth of Clyde, the area is woven together by rivers, canals and lochs, meaning that there are plenty of water-based activities to enjoy and lush scenery to take in.
Cross Loch Lomond by speedboat, discover the shipbuilding history of West Dunbartonshire or cycle alongside the Union Canal.