Scottish five-star luxury hotel, Cameron House, has unveiled the results of the first phase of its multimillion pound renovation programme.
The top hotel, situated on the southern banks of Loch Lomond, has refreshed its restaurants, public spaces and leisure facilities in a £3m refurbishment that has kick started a year-long programme of upgrades at the property.
Cameron House is home to five dining options, each of which has been revamped. Its fine-dining establishment has been refreshed with new light and airy interiors and a new chef and sommelier have also been appointed.
A new cocktail bar and menu have been created, while the hotel’s Great Scots Bar has benefitted from additional tables and new seating overlooking the Loch.
Elsewhere, the public spaces – including the swimming pool and meeting rooms – have been upgraded most notably with four statement chandeliers giving the reception a brighter, lighter feel.
The Boathouse restaurant has been updated with refreshes made to its signature New England style.
“This work represents the start of an exciting multimillion-pound investment,” says resort director, Andy Roger. “We feel the changes celebrate the resort’s setting and bring a new level of luxury to our offering. Our new-look interiors match the warmth of our hospitality, and with more spaces for visitors to sit, press pause and enjoy a taste of Scotland, the feedback from our guests has been overwhelmingly positive.”