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.
The Mash Tun
The Mash Tun, Aberlour, in the heart of the whisky trail, is an ideal place to sample some of the best whiskies that Speyside has to offer whilst enjoying a great view of the Spey.
The 4 star Polochar Inn stands in a beautiful location at the South West tip of South Uist in the Outer Hebrides. It is the perfect base to discover our lovely Island.
Isobel and Alan Graham, welcome you to their small, and intimate hotel and restaurant where you can enjoy some of the finest food in the Hebrides.
The Old Mill Inn Brodie
The Old Mill Inn Brodie is an AA 4 Gold Star Restaurant with Rooms in Brodie, a historic village in the Scottish Highlands. Our country setting, featuring an Award-Winning AA Rosette Restaurant Hearth, is a short distance from historical Brodie Castle and a brief stroll to the celebrated shopping destination Brodie Countryfare.
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.