Discover East Dunbartonshire
East Dunbartonshire is a Scottish council area north of Glasgow, on the Highlands' edge, with the Forth and Clyde Canal running through it.
East Dunbartonshire is one of Scotland’s 32 parliamentary districts. It borders Glasgow to the northwest and contains many affluent areas in the north of the city, including Bearsden, Milngavie, Balmore and Torrance, and many commuter towns and villages in the city. East Dunbartonshire also borders North Lanarkshire, Stirling, and West Dunbartonshire. The council area covers the historic counties of Dunbartonshire, Lanarkshire, and Stirlingshire.
The council area was passed by the Local Government Act (Scotland) of 1994, consisting of the former Bearsden and Milngavie areas and most of the Strathkelvin area (all areas except Chryston and Auchinloch, which became part of the Northern Lanarkshire Council Area in 1996), located in the wider Strathclyde area.
Culdearn is a beautiful country house in Grantown on Spey situated in the heart of Speyside in the Cairngorm National Park. Ideal for whisky distilleries and castle visits.
Kildonan Lodge Hotel
Edinburgh City Centre
Located close to the city centre, this 4 star small accomodation has a passion for ensuring their guests have a relaxing comfortable stay.
Lynnfield Hotel & Restaurant
The Lynnfield in St Ola is a small country-house hotel, looking northwards over Orkney’s capital, to Kirkwall Bay and the north isles beyond.
The Salen Hotel is a privately owned Highland Hotel providing beautiful accommodation, lovely food and a warm welcome.
Herrislea House Hotel
Stay at Herrislea House Hotel & you can enjoy the fresh, rugged landscape, blaze your own trail and explore our heritage. In summer there is no darkness, you never need to stop!
Doune is a small hotel on the western tip of the Knoydart peninsula. The ideal base to explore this beautiful part of Scotland. Leave by boat from Mallaig to start your adventure.
Things to do in East Dunbartonshire
Lennox Castle is a ruined castle not far from the Scottish town of Lennoxtown in East Dunbartonshire. The structure is situated on an extensive land plot with numerous outbuildings to the west of the village. In 1973, Lennox Castle was inscribed on the Scottish Heritage Lists in the highest category A.