Cameron House on Loch Lomond (DUNBARTONSHIRE)

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Cameron House on Loch Lomond, Alexandria G83 8QZ, Scotland
Tel: 01144 (0) 138 975 5565   Fax: 01144 (0) 871 222 4719
Email: reservations@cameronhouse.co.uk   Website: www.cameronhouse.co.uk

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Cameron House stands in a stunning position on the shores of Loch Lomond just 30-minutes’ drive north of the city of Glasgow. This is a charming Scottish country house that has developed into an important Scottish golf resort, spa and sailing and yachting center. The house has maintained its Scottish-manor feel, with a cozy restaurant and bar and lots of tartan. A large number of staff look after guests’ every need and all is overseen by Andy Roger who was GM at One Devonshire Gardens before coming to Cameron House. The spa is state-of-the-art and has glorious views of the Loch. The 18-hole Carrick golf course has views of the Loch throughout, from the “high road” to the “low road.” Peppered with bunkers, the course incorporates one of the greatest water hazards in golfing experience — the great Loch itself! Rooms are very spacious, some with four-poster beds. Many bathrooms have walk-in showers, and most have views of Loch Lomond. This is a perfect place to start or end a tour of the Highlands; Inveraray Castle and Glencoe are just to the north.

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General Information & Rates

2017 Rates
Standard Queen – Garden View from £200 to £330
Standard Queen – Loch View from £250 to £380
Family Room – Garden View
(2 adults, 2 children in bunk beds)
from £250 to £380
Family Room – Loch View
(2 adults, 2 children in bunk beds)
from £300 to £430
Superior King – Loch View from £270 to £450
Feature King – Loch View from £350 to £480
1-Bedroom King Suite – Loch View from £400 to £630
Whisky King Suites from £580 to £850

These 2017 rates include the VAT @ 20%. JH Hotels bookings receive an upgrade at arrival (subject to availability), full Scottish breakfast in room or restaurant (for up to 2 people), 1 complimentary Loch Lomond Cruise for two people on the Celtic Warrior, 1 complimentary dram of the JH Hotels & Companies single malt scotch served in the Great Scots Bar and early check-in and late check-out (subject to availability). Cancellation Policy: 12 noon 48 hours prior to arrival. The above is subject to availability and change.

136 Rooms
 Connecting Rooms –  Yes
   3 People Sharing – Yes (2 adults, 1 child)
   4 People Sharing – Yes (2 adults, 2 children)
Championship Golf Course
Award-Winning Spa
Michelin-Star Restaurant
3 Additional Restaurants
4 Swimming Pools
Cameron Grill awarded two AA Rosettes
24-Hour Room Service
Concierge
Plasma TV
Free Broadband
Safety Deposit Box
Hairdryer
Complimentary Parking

RESORT DIRECTOR
Andy Roger

GENERAL MANAGER
Craig Paton

NEAREST RAIL STATION
Balloch Rail – 3 min (taxi approx. £5)

NEAREST AIRPORT
Glasgow International Airport - 20 min (transfer for 2 approx. £46)

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Sightseeing

DUMBARTON CASTLE:  Dumbarton was the center of the ancient kingdom of Strathclyde from the fifth century until 1018, and it was an important royal refuge. This is where William Wallace, the hero of Braveheart, was imprisoned before his journey to London for execution. The castle is noted for its artillery fortifications and its governor’s home, a Georgian residence that houses artifacts that have been found in the castle. (7.5 mi)

INVERARAY CASTLE: Located in the picturesque village of Inveraray, this castle is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell. It was the first castle of its size and type to be built on Scotland’s west coast. Visitors can explore its historical rooms as well as its gardens and grounds.  (24 mi)

STIRLING CASTLE:  One of Scotland’s grandest castles due to its imposing position and impressive architecture, Stirling Castle towers over some of the most important battlefields of Scotland’s past, including Stirling Bridge, the site of William Wallace’s victory over the English in 1297, and Bannockburn, where Robert the Bruce defeated the English in 1314.  (26 mi)

CHARLES RENNIE MACKINTOSH'S HILL HOUSE:  Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928), an architect, designer and artist, is today celebrated internationally as one of the most significant talents of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was born in Glasgow, which is where the majority of his work can be found. In 1902 he was commissioned to design Hill House – the house, its gardens, much of its furniture, and all the interior fittings. Hill House is now in the care of The National Trust for Scotland, and its original furniture, fittings and designs have been reinstated or restored.  (4.5 mi)

KELVINGROVE ART GALLERY:  Kelvingrove, in Glasgow, is one of Scotland’s great museums, and it’s one of the country’s most popular free attractions. Its 22 galleries are home to 8,000 objects that focus on natural history, arms and armor, and art from several periods of history. The museum is noted for its magnificent historic organ; free recitals take place daily.  (16 mi)

GLENGOYNE DISTILLERY:  Glengoyne is one of the leading premium malt whiskies in the world. An award-winning malt, it's the product of an unconventional process, remarkable ingredients, and the pride and passion of the tenth generation of distillers who make it. Tours range from a simple walk around the distillery to tastings and master classes in which participants blend their own whisky. An on-site shop sells not only whisky, but also a variety of collectibles.  (9.5 mi)

SCOTTISH WOOL CENTRE:  Located in the town of Aberfoyle, a gateway to Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, the Wool Centre sells all types of woolen goods, from cashmere to Harris tweed. To keep guests entertained, the center offers a thrice-daily dog demonstration, in which canine competitors round up ducks rather than sheep.  (21 mi)

LOCH LOMOND SHORES:  Scotland's most spectacular visitor destination, combining the beautiful environment with an outstanding mixture of leisure and shopping experiences overlooking the majesty of Loch Lomond at Balloch. The site is open all year round with access to enjoy the stunning scenery all day, every day.

MUSEUMS IN GLASGOW:  The Burrell Collection, People’s Palace, Riverside Transport Museum, Scotland Street School, St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, Provand's Lordship, Gallery of Modern Art (all free).

ACTIVITIES AT CAMERON HOUSE:  Enjoying the Cameron House award-winning spa, golfing, fishing, mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, skeet shooting, swimming, seaplane rides, boat rides on Loch Lomond, pony rides, falconry,  archery, treasure hunts and more.

Commuting Distances

Edinburgh — 72 mi, 1.5 hrs (car), 1 hr 52 min (train – from Balloch Rail with a change in Glasgow)
Glasgow — 27 mi, 45 min (car), 50 min (train)
Culloden House — 171 mi, 3 hrs 30 min (car)
Killiecrankie — 88 mi, 2 hr (car)
Rufflets — 88 mi, 2 hr (car)

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