Dumbarton Hotels

Bonhill Hotels

Bonhill Hotels

A town in the Vale of Leven area of West Dunbartonshire, on the Eastern bank of the River Leven,
Helensburgh Hotels

Helensburgh Hotels

Helensburgh is a popular destination for day trippers
Rhu Hotels

Rhu Hotels

Rhu, a village on the east shore of the Gare Loch is a base for yachting.

Here is our selection hotels in Dumbarton, which is a town in West Dunbartonshire, W Scotland, at the confluence of the Leven and Clyde rivers.

It is a shipbuilding center (the Cutty Sark was fitted out there) and has engineering works. Whisky (distilling and blending) is a major industry. Historical Scottish castles were built on Dumbarton Rock, a 250-ft-high (76-m) hill of basalt, from at least the 5th C., when Dumbarton was the capital of the kingdom of Strathclyde. It became the capital of the earldom of Lennox in the 12th C. and was granted a royal charter in 1222. Sir John de Monteith, the governor of Dumbarton Castle, betrayed William Wallace in 1305. As a result, Wallace was imprisoned in the castle.

Scottish poet Robert Burns was made freeman of Dumbarton. Dumbarton is the birthplace of David Byrne, a Grammy Award, Academy Award and Golden Globe-winning musician best known as the founding member and principal songwriter of New Wave band Talking Heads.

You can read  more about Dumbarton from our Dumbarton Visitor Guide

In Dumbarton you'll find an array of great accommodation choices. Check our list of hotels in Dumbarton after comparing rates to book online.