Scottish five-star resort Cameron House has announced the opening of the new Great Scots Bar Terrace, an open-air space overlooking Loch Lomond.
Cameron House, a 136-room resort with a Michelin-starred restaurant, Martin Wishart on Loch Lomond, an 18-hole championship golf course, award-winning spa with rooftop infinity pool and offers a range of outdoor pursuits including sea plane rides, has now added a new Loch-side terrace to its offering.
The completion of the outdoor-terrace marks the end of phase two of refurbishment at Cameron House.
Phase three of the ongoing refurbishment is still underway with a redesign of the hotel’s bedrooms. Over a 12 month period Cameron House has invested £4m into the resort.
The outdoor terrace showcases the ‘unique panoramic’ views from the hotel, across Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
The terrace will be used as both an alfresco bar area and an outdoor events space for private celebrations.
Following the terrace launch, resort director Andy Roger said: “The new terrace at Cameron House has been a thrilling project to be involved in, from seeing the first drafts of the design to its inception and right through to its completion, and it really does bring a new dimension to the hotel.
“We believe the new addition to the resort is a not only testament to our commitment to enriching our guests’ experiences at Cameron House, but diversifies our offering and sets us apart. I don’t doubt the Great Scots Bar Terrace will become a firm favourite amongst all our guests, old and new,” he added.
The terrace accommodates 60 seated or 120 standing guests and access is granted through the Great Scots Bar or via a staircase at the front of the hotel.