Scottish holiday park operator to unveil new-look hotel after £6.5m makeover


A hotel in Loch Lomond is gearing up to open following a £6.5m refurbishment headed up by its holiday park owners.

Drimsynie Estate Hotel, operated by Argyll Holidays and situated in the Drimsynie Estate Holiday Village, is to launch on September 26, after a renovation project to double in size over the last three years.

Comprising 19 bedrooms, the hotel is also home to The View, a casual restaurant with floor to ceiling windows and outdoor terrace, The Lookout.

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The Sequoia Spa & Gym, with three treatment rooms and relaxation room, is also on site.

Ahead of the opening, Drimsynie Estate Hotel has unveiled its new conference space, the only purpose-built conference facility in the area, overlooking Loch Goil in the Trossachs National Park in Scotland.

The new space can host up to 200 delegates and comes with complimentary Wifi.

New packages have also been devised to make use of the site’s extensive facilities, from archery to golf and use of the spa, pool and gym.

Director at Argyll Holidays, Keith Campbell, said: “We are constantly looking at ways that we can improve what we’re doing for our guests and owners and we’re confident that the investment that we’ve made in the new hotel, from the rooms to the event and dining spaces will be well received. An ideal destination for a romantic break, family holiday, wedding or even large business conferences, we’ve designed the hotel to cater to all needs, and we hope that the hotel will add to the already thriving tourism industry in the area.”

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