Cameron House Ho­tel, Loch Lomond

Scottish Field - - LUXURY BREAKS -

Re­viewed by Fiona & Archie Hip­well from Kin­ross

From the mo­ment we ar­rived we were im­pressed by the friendly staff in this im­pres­sive ho­tel with breath­tak­ing views across Loch Lomond. Cameron House is warm and comfy with tar­tan and tweed stylishly blend­ing the mod­ern and tra­di­tional. We stayed in the beau­ti­ful ‘Glen­morangie’ which is one of the whisky suites in the orig­i­nal part of the ho­tel. The Ar­ran Aro­mat­ics toi­letries, smooth sheets and comfy bed made a night here a fan­tas­tic way to recharge the bat­ter­ies.

There is a great choice of ac­tiv­i­ties in and around the ho­tel. It was lovely to use the pools, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi (and flume) in the leisure club to work up an ap­petite for din­ner. The Spa is only a short dis­tance away for those who would en­joy a lit­tle ex­tra pam­per­ing.

We en­joyed drinks in the vi­brant Great Scots Bar be­fore head­ing to the Cameron Grill for a truly de­li­cious din­ner. The menu here of­fered ex­cel­lent choice and the dishes served up were cooked to per­fec­tion. The High­land Deer not only tasted fan­tas­tic but looked amaz­ing too and the steak was grilled beau­ti­fully.

Af­ter a good nights’ sleep and a hearty break­fast we had a walk around the grounds and wished we could have stayed longer to en­joy more of what is on of­fer. Play­ing golf, fly­ing birds of prey, clay pi­geon shoot­ing, a cham­pagne cruise or a flight in the sea plane.

Our last­ing im­pres­sion was that the high stan­dard of Cameron House is em­bod­ied in its fab­ric and in its per­son­nel who were al­ways help­ful and en­gag­ing. Prices from £159 per room per night with break­fast

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