The Lodge on Loch Lomond has put the finishing touches to its ongoing refurbishment project with the unveiling of its new-look dining space.
The 48-bedroom hotel has extended its Colquhoun’s restaurant, with the outdoor terrace gone, and the footprint of the dining area enlarged as part of the six-month project, which cost approximately £500k.
New frameless glass windows have been installed as well as new automatic blinds, with construction spearheaded by Brian Sullivan at Inchmurrin Ltd, who has given the works all new fixtures and fittings throughout.
The restaurant complements the lounge bar which was completed in 2017.
Over the last 25 years, The Lodge on Loch Lomond has undergone a number of transformations, expanding from a 10-bed guest house to a 48-bedroom property with conference and banqueting facilities and leisure facilities such as a pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and laconium.