Drymen Pottery is a café, restaurant and pub situated at the centre of the village of Drymen in Central Scotland.
The main building which dates from Victorian times is a two story sandstone construction. It contains an upstairs public bar with real fire and a downstairs snug dining area complete with wood burning stove. (The number of times fire is mentioned in this website gives a clue to our expectations of the weather)
The snug also gives access to the main business area, built in 1990 using recycled pitch pine from the Black and White Whisky Bond in Ballater Street, Glasgow. The main coffee shop has seating for 43 and another open fire.
From this room you may access our outside terrace (seats28) or alternatively the conservatory restaurant (seats 42) festooned with grape vines trailing across the ceiling.
Drymen Pottery is a lovely environment for coffee or food with friends and we can assure you a warm welcome awaits.
It is ideal for parties of walkers, bus tours, funerals and small functions, as well chance passing clientele. Please do not hesitate to contact us for information at any time.