Cameron House Glasgow

“On the shores of Loch Lomond, this baronial country house is a secluded getaway not to be missed. The sumptuous guest bedrooms have been decorated in a contemporary style with a distinct Scottish feel. Fantastic facilities and beautiful scenic views. ”

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“It’s the stunning lochside setting of this De Vere resort hotel that really takes your breath away; enhanced recently by a stylish revamp that assumes many features from sibling hotel group, Hotel Du Vin. The alluring and quirky interior, with antler-clad mirrors and flickering candlelight, permeates through to the handsome, deeply comfortable bedrooms. A glitzy marina, state-of-the-art spa and Martin Wishart’s exceptional restaurant all add to the glamour. Sometimes service can be a little scattered but is genuinely warm.”

Written by  Louise Farquhar

They say

“The world-renowned bonnie banks of Loch Lomond conjure images of a majestic world of heather-dappled glens and roaring open fires. What better place to watch the theatre of the Highlands unfold than from Cameron House. Find your true love here. Whether it be fine dining, loch cruises, championship standard golf, spa breaks or simply chilling out with your new favourite 20 year old single malt, Cameron House on Loch Lomond may soon become a true love of yours. It’s not just about the timeless splendour. Cameron House is legendary Scottish hospitality at it’s very finest and very warmest. There’ll always be someone on hand to impart age-old tales of clansmen or point you in the right direction in choosing the best red to go with your steak. You could say Cameron House is our true love. One day, I sincerely hope it will be yours too.”

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The setting on Loch Lomond is unbeatable..

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Cameron House on Loch Lomond

The hotel's greatest asset is undoubtedly its stunning location: on the banks of Loch Lomond and within the Trossachs National Park

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)

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Facilities

Roof terrace
Rooftop infinity pool
Wedding license
Fireplace
Rooms with balcony/terrace
Private chef / butler
In room DVD
Bar
Family Suites
Shops
Parking
Towelling robes
Safe
Conference facilities
Business Centre
Walking distance restaurants
Internet
Good wine list
Sit-out Terrace
Private dining room
Bicycle hire
Library
No pets
Massage
Cots available
Meeting Room
Hairdresser/Beauty Salon
Sauna/Steam
Kids Club
Sitting Room
Child friendly
Gym
Garden
Swimming Pool
Outdoor and Indoor pool
Self catering to rent
Restaurant
Spa
Room service
Games room
Free wifi
Wifi
Four poster beds
In room music system
Satellite / Cable TV
Concierge
Hot Tub
Suites
Disabled access
24 Hour room service
Air conditioning

Activities

Climbing
Hotel boats for hire
Sailing
Loch Lomond Sailing Club
Other Activities
Glengoyne Distillery
Trekking
Scenic hiking routes
Archery
Croquet
Yoga
Watersports
Golf
Golf course at the hotel
Cycling
Fishing
Great walks
Tennis
Sights nearby
Stirling Castle
Mountain biking
Good biking paths
Birdwatching
Wildlife Area
Kayaking
Canoe on Loch Lomond

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132 rooms from $218 per night

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Recommended for

Spa breaks
One of Glasgow's most renowned spas - utter indulgence
Total relaxation
Golf and spa - something for everyone

Activities

Hotel boats for hire
Sailing
Loch Lomond Sailing Club
Other Activities
Glengoyne Distillery
Trekking
Scenic hiking routes
Archery
Croquet
Yoga
Watersports
Golf
Golf course at the hotel
Cycling
Fishing
Great walks
Tennis
Sights nearby
Stirling Castle
Mountain biking
Good biking paths
Birdwatching
Wildlife Area
Kayaking
Canoe on Loch Lomond

Other highlights

Rooms with balcony/terrace
Wedding license
Family Suites
Quiet
Conference facilities
Good wine list
Sit-out Terrace
Kids Club
Secluded setting
Child friendly
Gym
Self catering to rent
Restaurant
Lakeside
Spa
Views
Free wifi
Four poster beds
Traditional
Disabled access

Hotel size

132 rooms
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