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Loch Lomond, ScotlandEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Cameron House
This 18th-century mansion and golf course set on Loch Lomond, between Scotland's Central Lowlands and the Highlands, offers Gothic grandeur in 159 rooms and an award-winning spa—plus a little bit of tartan spirit.
Set on the banks of Loch Lomond—23 miles of glassy, deep loch between the Scotland Central Lowlands and the Highland peaks—this 18th-century baronial mansion stands out for its Gothic grandeur in an area where most hotels are small family-run inns. But while the exterior is all towers and turrets, inside the vibe is relaxed and comfortable thanks to a $40 million makeover in 2009. Interiors display a modern, humorous twist on the Scottish heritage: tartan fabrics adorn oversize contemporary armchairs, quirky animal sculptures by David Farrer festoon the paneled walls in the entrance hall, and in the 159 bedrooms, plaid carpets and antler chandeliers are mixed in with modern comforts (iPod docking stations, rain showers, L'Occitane amenities). Whether you choose to take in the mist-clad loch and purple heather-hued mountains from the spa or golf course, fish for salmon on the River Endrick, or sample a 20-year-old single malt whisky in front of a roaring fire, Cameron House delivers a stylish take on the quintessential Scottish experience.
One of Scotland's finest restaurants, the Michelin-starred Martin Wishart is tucked away on the hotel's ground floor, and staying at the hotel is one of the best ways to get a coveted reservation. Be sure to order the butter-poached langoustines with goat cheese gnocchi and black truffle sauce.
Be sure to try the well-known Garrick Spa. Getting there is part of the fun: the five-minute boat trip to both the golf club and the spa is on a 1930s launch that speeds you across Loch Lomond.
Arrive at Glasgow International Airport (GLA), which is approximately 15 miles (about 20-30 minutes) from the hotel.Cameron House on Loch Lomond, Loch Lomond, Dunbartonshire, United Kingdom
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 2 Swimming Pools
- 18-Hole Golf Course
- Fitness Center
- Spa Services
- Outdoor Activities
- Monsoon Showers
- ipod Docking Stations
- Egyptian Cotton Linen
- Luxury Toiletries
- In-Room Safes
- 4 Restaurants
- Bar + Lounge
- Private Dining
3 night minimum required
- All hotel taxes
Why We Love Loch Lomond
Surroundings so beautiful they have their own bonnie song in Scottish culture. Close to the big town, yet worlds apart, this is prime real estate for true relaxation.
Active Tip: For tips on water-based adventures (kayaking, sailing, and more), head to the Loch Lomond Shores Visitor Center, less than a mile from the hotel. Ben Lomond Way, Balloch. 011-44-1389-751-031
Best Day Trip: The Hill House in Helensburgh, known for its Arts and Crafts-style architecture, is one of the most celebrated designs by Glasgow-born architect and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Be sure to check out the design shop, café, and panoramic views over the River Clyde. Read More
Whisky Tasting: Try a wee dram of award-winning malt on a tour of the Glengoyne Distillery, which includes a whisky-tasting master class.
Dumgoyne, Near Killearn. 011-44-1360-550 254
Tastings from $13.50.
History Tour: Stirling Castle, one of Scotland's most handsome and historic sites, is within easy reach of Cameron House. Don't miss the 16th-century Renaissance Royal Apartments, now open to visitors.
Stirling. 011-44-1786-450-000 Read More
Why Go Now
August 9 - September 1, 2013
Edinburgh International Festival
Experience the unique atmosphere of Edinburgh in August during an unforgettable three weeks of the very best in international opera, music, theatre, dance and visual arts.
September 21 + 22, 2013
Doors open Day
Unique chance for the public to visit some of Glasgow's most interesting buildings and discover hidden architectural gems.
Venues all across town.
November 7-8, 2013
House Folk Music Festival
Three nights of Scottish folk music—including bagpipes, accordion, strings, and fiddle—performed in unusual and intimate venues.
Various venues in Kinlochard.