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The Lade Inn, Kilmahog - pub details

Address: Kilmahog, Callander, Perthshire, FK17 8HD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25994) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 8 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Riverside Inn, Callander (1.1 miles), Macnabs Bar, Callander (1.1 miles), Crown Hotel, Callander (1.2 miles), Crags Hotel, Callander (1.4 miles), Waverley Hotel, Callander (1.5 miles)

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Picturesque pub a few miles outside Callander: walk there along the old railway line if you can.
Three draft ales are brewed in their own brewery: nice enough but nothing earth shattering. Food was decent enough: fairly standard pub fayre but freshly cooked and decent portions. Friendly service, and with a big garden for the summer. Decent mix of families and hill walkers.
Worth calling in if in the area, and it looked a lot nicer than the other venues in Callander itself.
JonRambo - 6 Jul 2014 22:37
Great Sunday lunch when stopping here after epic drive through Glencoe and the Trossachs. Beer brewed specifically for the pub and a very respectable bottle choice, largely explained by fantastic Scottish Real Ale shop adjoining the pub.
JonW999 - 25 Aug 2011 18:32
Great place to stop and eat. food is proper pub grub but really well done. beers are also very good and the beer shop next door is well, worth a trip.
fjw1972 - 30 Jul 2011 18:54
Great pub has its own beers waylade, ladeback and ladeout. Didnt like the waylade but the other two were good. Had dinner here it was very busy then listened to a folk singer in the other room.
ed_hill - 18 Aug 2009 10:12
One slight glitch. On a second visit, a pint of the middle beer tasted quite sour. When I politely suggested that, because it tasted much worse than a previous visit and in the bottles I'd bought, it might perhaps be 'past its best', a member of bar staff simply replied 'that's impossible, we sell it too quickly' and turned away with no attempt at good customer relations. We had to insist that it be exchanged.
drtimthornton - 29 Aug 2008 15:23

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