Red Lion Inn
At over 200 years old, the Red Lion is a charming village Inn located in the centre of the picturesque village of Doune in central Scotland.
The Inn has 6 bedrooms including 2 family rooms which can sleep up to 4.
A friendly public bar serves a range of whisky and local beers, while our restaurant offers fresh pub grub with a little finesse. Our Quaich suite is suitable for functions, meetings and events and opens onto a sunny courtyard.
Lunches and dinners are served in the bar and in our small, intimate restaurant, where friendly service and pub grub with a little finesse is our trademark.
Breakfast is also served in the restaurant. We use fresh and local produce to ensure the highest quality in our meals.
Wednesday & Thursday 12.00 – 14.30, 17.30 – 20.00
Friday & Saturday 12.00 – 14.30, 17.30 – 21.00
Sunday 13.00 – 18.00
Escape from the pressures of modern life in one of our traditionally furnished rooms; each having its own individual style.
The Inn has 6 bedrooms; each having a colour television as well as tea and coffee making facilities. Extras such as hair dryers and irons can be provided if required and additional beds and cots are available for those with families.
We currently have two family rooms (sleeping three and four), one double en-suite, two twin rooms en-suite and a further double room which has its own private bathroom directly across the corridor.
The name ‘Doune’ is derived from the Gaelic word ‘dun’ meaning ‘hill fort’; referring to the mound on which Doune castle now stands, on the banks of the river Teith.
Doune Castle has been used as a film location as the fictional Castle Leoch from the popular TV series Outlander and is having a record number of visitors due to the “Outlander effect” . There are a number of Outlander film locations in the surrounding area.