Luxury Scottish five-star resort, Cameron House (www.cameronhouse.co.uk ) is now available for bookings ahead of its reopening on 1st August2021.
Situated in the heart of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, the resort captures the very essence of the Scottish country house, with unrivalled experiences to discover. From the historic main hotel, guests can explore the extensive resort which includes the award-winning spa complete with a rooftop infinity pool, an 18-hole championship golf course and a 234-berth marina. Guests can also enjoy a range of activities, including jet and water skiing, paddle boarding, kayaking, mountain bikes, 4x4 off-road driving, Segway trips and clay pigeon shooting.
Upon reopening, Cameron House Hotel will offer 140 guest bedrooms, including26 luxury suites, individually designed with exceptional attention to detail to ensure a truly memorable stay. Formerly a baronial mansion dating back to the 17th century and now fondly known The Auld House, the original building is home to 14 exquisite suites complete with furnishings and designs influenced by Glasgow-based Timorous Beasties. From lavish duplex apartments to romantic one-bedroom suites, guests residing in the Auld House will enjoy enhanced amenities including in-suite check-ins and complimentary chauffeur transfers.
The resort’s most exclusive rooms, The Cameron and The Tower Suites, exemplify luxury living at its finest. Perfect for entertaining, the light and airy spaces take design inspiration from the hotel’s magnificent natural setting with furnishings that mirror the rich colour palette of Loch Lomond. Most impressive is the 110square metre Cameron Suite, a duplex penthouse with two separate terraces affording unrivalled views of its stunning surroundings. The double height space exudes a timeless Scottish elegance and features its own private bar.
Located in the original mansion tower, The Tower Suite epitomises Scottish charm and comes with an opulent living area from which to unwind and soak up the surrounding views. Guests staying in both the Cameron and the Tower Suites can also take advantage of a complimentary private Champagne cruise around Loch Lomond during their stay.
Guests staying in The Auld House suites will enjoy a series of VIP in-suite experiences created to cater for their every need from unpacking, pressing and shoe polishing services to luxurious touches including pre-dinner canapés served to the suite and fresh flowers in the room on arrival.
Situated in the resort’s West Wing, the remaining ten Signature Suites situated have been carefully refreshed with timeless décor and lavish furnishings, offering guests an unforgettable escape. With varying sizes suitable for families and couples, guests will be treated to in-suite check-in, a complimentary minibar and a Suite Breakfast experience in the new Lomond’s restaurant.
Each of Cameron House’s additional 114 guestrooms offer exceptional luxury and exude the warm Scottish charm the resort is famed for. Designed with the surrounding Trossachs in mind, each of the bedrooms feature Scottish artwork and the chance to take in the sweeping views of the grounds and shores of Loch Lomond, while the bespoke furnishings and fine textiles create beautiful relaxing spaces for leisure and business travellers alike. To ensure little ones feel just as special, children can enjoy enhanced amenities with compliments including a welcome gift, bathrobes and ponchos, family board games and Lego.
Leaving their room or suite, guests will discover exceptional dining experiences for all occasions. These include an exciting new opening from Scottish chefs Paul Tamburrini and Martin Wishart, who have partnered to launch new fine dining restaurant, Tamburrini &Wishart. This will offer a contemporary dining experience with seasonal produce at its heart. Diners will enjoy a luxurious five-course tasting menu that will change every two weeks, and a three-course lunch menu which embraces modern techniques while celebrating classical flavours. The Boat House enjoys prime position right on the shores of Loch Lomond while showcasing delicious, fresh Scottish seafood, or alternatively, enjoy relaxed cuisine with views across to Loch Lomond and Ben Lomond. The reopening also marks the return of the popular Cameron Grill, as well as the Great Scots Bar with no fewer than 300 drams to choose from alongside the food menu.
Cameron House is easily reached in 35 minutes from Glasgow Airport, with a number of the rooms including complimentary transfers for guests. Stay from £400 per room, per night for a classic bedroom on a B&B basis.
To make a room booking, please visit www.cameronhouse.co.uk/bedrooms-suites/. Cameron House has also updated its cancellation policy, with a full deposit refund available for any room booking that is cancelled seven days before the arrival date.
For more information about the resort, please visit the website: www.cameronhouse.co.uk.