Cameron House

Location: Scottish Castles & Highlands Hotels | UK

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

Immerse yourself in the majesty that is Cameron House, with 100 acres of heather-draped glens and snow-tipped mountains, a 27-hole championship golf course and a luxury spa. The best place to watch the theatre of the Highlands unfold on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond, this five-star castle-like hotel is the place where Scottish luxury has been reborn.
Perfect forHoneymooners, couples and avid golf players.
In the knowGaze around the Great Scots bar to see the walls lined with famous Scots as you sink into a sofa by the window looking at Ben Lomond, a 974m Munro, and sip on a refreshing cocktail- order a Strawberry Swiss for a sweet and fruity flavour or the Penicillin Lemonade for a long citrus and whisky concoction.

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  • Romantic
  • Setting & Views
  • Walking & Trekking
  • Wildlife & Nature

Hotel Overview


30 minutes from Glasgow, perched on the shores of one of Scotland’s most famous lochs.

Rooms at Cameron House

The drama does not stop at the breathtaking scenery, but continues as your enter your room. The 132 large bedrooms and luxury suites range from massive contemporary classic rooms with fabulous views over the mirror-like loch, to traditional four-poster Whisky suites, where you become laird of your own tartan-clad bedroom and whisky-galore bar. With plush tartan covers, dark leather furniture, monsoon showers and fabulous views, the rooms at Cameron House offer a warm, luxurious and contemporary design with graceful nods to the loch’s wild scape.

Food and facilities

Cameron House has five unique dining experiences ensuring guests have a wide choice of restaurants to match any occasion. For more formal dining, join head chef Graeme Cheevers at the Michelin-star restaurant Martin Wishart for a delicious meal of borders roe deer with beetroot, wild mushrooms, romme cocotte and ‘sauce grand veneur’. If you are looking for a more relaxed environment, try the Cameron Grill or The Boathouse, which serves locally sourced food and fantastic Scottish seafood. We highly recommend trying the Cameron Grill’s delicious beetroot, honey and Glengoyne whisky-cured Scottish salmon.

Activities at Cameron House

For the golfers, start your day playing the cheeky “Wee Demon” as a warm up before taking your weapon to do battle with the Carrick. With nine holes on the high road, and nine on the low, you will walk along stunning greens with majestic highland backdrops, making sure not to be defeated by the bunkers and the beautiful water hazards- the great loch itself. Enjoy a cruise along the loch onboard the luxury cruiser “Celtic Warrior”, a flight in a seaplane or simply chill out with a 20-year-old single malt in the whisky bar. For those who just want to relax, enjoy a new treatment at the world-class Carrick spa, such as the scientifically designed advanced enzyme facial, the signature rainshower massage or the hero treatment, which targets the back, face and scalp, before visiting the rooftop infinity pool.

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