Cameron House rounds off £4m investment as project’s final phase is unveiled

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Five-star Scottish resort, Cameron House, has now unveiled the results of its £4m renovation programme, with the final phase of the project now complete.

To mark the completion of the 12-month scheme, the hotel’s 136 bedrooms, including 26 suites, have all been given a makeover, with inspiration taken from the hotel’s surroundings and nods to tartan and layered paisleys throughout the rooms.

The year-long, £4m refurbishment has also seen the revamp of the hotel’s food and beverage offering, alongside the public areas, and the addition of the new Great Scots Bar Terrace.

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Greyline Design was the interior designer appointed to undertake the refurbishment, with fabrics used from Osborne & Little, bespoke carpets from Gravity Flooring and upholstery from Zoffany with the main focal point in every room being the handmade leather sleigh beds by Paton Developments.

“It’s fantastic to see the culmination of this multimillion-pound investment into the hotel,” says resort director, Andy Roger. “We hope guests will agree the new-look bedrooms complement the investment made throughout the resort, ensuring we continue to deliver a truly luxurious experience that offers guests only the best standards and showcases our hotel and its stunning location.”

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