The Stables, a country pub in Glasgow
We’ve got everything you need from a country pub near you.
The Stables was built to serve the watermen and horses using the Forth and Clyde Canal. When the canal was first built the boats that used it were pulled by horses, as a horse could go a few miles before needing a rest stables were built along the route. The stables would have an Inn on one side where the boatman and his passengers might rest and eat whilst on the other side there would have been equine accommodation with a hayloft above.
Our menus are full of hearty favourites and country pub classics, as well as our seasonal dishes, and we’ll be ready with a well-stocked bar, including cask ales, fine wines and British gin to suit very taste - which will taste all the better when enjoyed either in our beautiful gardens or by our crackling log fires.
Charming country pubs in lovely locations
Our grand looking pub has great views over Forth and Clyde Canal, and was built in 1812 to rest the horses working on the nearby canal. Boat trips can be taken from the jetty, reached via a footpath.
Whether you’re out walking your dog or just exploring the local area, there’s always plenty to do around The Stables.