At a glance
Hotel Spa Venue
The Carrick Spa offers the complete spa experience, and is located 2.5 miles from the main hotel.
The hotel sits on the banks of Loch Lomond with the added drama of the highlands behind it.
Clay pigeon shooting, loch cruises, archery, fishing, falconry and seaplane trips are available.
There is a crèche, Kids Zone, and lots of activities for children of all ages.
As the hotel also offers lodge accommodation and lots of activities on site, it is well suited to group getaways.
The hotel has a choice of restaurants including the Cameron Grill, the Boat House and the clubhouse, the Claret Jug.
In part the surrounding scenery comprises the hotel’s 27-hole golf courses.
Loch Lomond and The Trossach National Park, Glengoyne Distillery, Loch Lomond Shores, and Charles Rennie MacIntosh Hill House are within easy driving distance of Cameron House.
Spa & Leisure
The Club and Carrick Spa have clearly defined roles at Cameron House. The Club is on-site and includes a gym, sauna, steam room, and a pool complete with a water slide for the kids.
The Carrick Spa however is very much a haven for grown-ups and is a short distance from the hotel itself in a dedicated venue with its own gym, classes, 20-metre pool, Jacuzzi, hydrotherapy pool, rooftop infinity pool, and complete thermal experience.
Hotel & Accommodation
The defining panoramas of Scotland, evoking its history and culture have never been more evident than on the shores of Loch Lomond. So sitting between the still waters and the dramatic Highlands, Cameron House, which comes complete with its own ornate architecture and contemporary rooms and lodges to add into the mix, provides a prime location from which to enjoy the view.
The Scots have always been a cut above the rest when it comes to hospitality, and that remains self evident in the form of the Cameron Grill and the New England-style Boat House. Alongside the hotel’s golf course there is also the Claret Jug clubhouse, and the hotel’s Great Scots Bar.