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Cameron House luxury five-star resort reopens

  • 20th Sep 2021
  • |  Projects
  • |  Sarah Watt
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Cameron House luxury five-star resort reopens revealing the stunning transformation of the hotel.

Situated in the heart of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, Cameron House Hotel offers 140 guest bedrooms, including 24 luxury suites, which have been individually designed with exceptional attention to detail to ensure a truly memorable stay.

New features include the intimate lobby bar, serving cocktails, champagne and Cameron House’s Signature Afternoon Tea. In addition, the completely remodelled Cameron Leisure Club and The Tavern Bar. The wider Cameron House Resort is also home to an award-winning spa complete with a rooftop infinity pool, an 18-hole championship golf course, and a 234-berth marina.

The latest walkthrough video and imagery showcases the sensitive restoration and transformation of the building including  the hotel’s magnificent new grand foyer, the library complete with signature Timorous Beastie’s wallpaper, and the brand-new Lobby Bar featuring a grand marble-top bar that will serve the finest champagnes, cocktails and afternoon teas. The walkthrough also includes a glimpse of the hotel’s beautifully designed Auld House Suites and sweeping views over Loch Lomond.

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 110 square metre Cameron Suite, a duplex penthouse with two separate terraces affording unrivalled views of its stunning surroundings.

Each of Cameron House’s additional 116 guest-rooms offer exceptional luxury and exude the 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. And 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.

Further details of Cameron House reinstatement and extension here.

For more information, please visit www.cameronhouse.co.uk

“We’re enormously proud to be opening our doors once again, welcoming both our returning guests and new faces to our beautiful resort. ”
Andy Roger,
Resort Director at Cameron House

Drawing on inspiration from the reinstated hotel’s new décor and reimagined suites, Johnstons of Elgin has developed a bespoke tartan, the Cameron House tartan, which offers an instant sense of Scottish heritage with a modern edge. Its colours perfectly reflect the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond and heather-dappled glens. The iconic tartan brings together considered design and exquisite craftsmanship and will feature throughout the uniforms of the concierge and kilted doormen, as well as front of house, guest relations and food and beverage teams.

Andy Roger, Resort Director at Cameron House said: “We are very much looking forward to reopening on 20th September 2021 and excited to be able to share this glimpse of the hotel, which has been meticulously restored over the past three years.

“Completely remodelled to the highest standards, guests can enjoy a truly luxurious experience while relaxing in the beautiful surroundings of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs national park.”

The resort’s new extension is also nearing completion, opening next year, and will include a further 68 new bedrooms, the majority featuring large balconies with loch-facing views, bringing the resort’s total offering to 208 bedrooms including 28 spectacular suites, and a grand, 7,345 square foot loch-facing ballroom.

For more information, please visit Cameron House website


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Project team

Client: Cameron House
Architect: 3DReid
Conservation Architect: Simpson & Brown
Interior Designer: Greyline Design
Planning & Heritage Consultant: Lichfields
Project Management and QS: Amicus Property Consultants
Principal Designer: Thomson Gray
Structural Engineer: Etive
Services Engineer: Harley Haddow
Fire Consultant: Astute Fire
Acoustic Consultant: Robin Mackenzie Partnership
Lighting Consultant: KSLD
Ecologist: Tetrix Ecology
Landscape Architect: Hirst Landscape Architects
Main Contractor: ISG

Cameron House photography and walkthrough: © Cameron House 2021

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