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Views of the Loch from the imposing hotel, originally built as a Baronial mansion, scream Scotland, enabling you to feel at one with nature, immersed in serenity. For a closer look, you can go for a long walk, bike ride or even a champagne cruise to take in the surrounding islands.

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It's the kind of hotel where the grounds are enough to entice you to stay. You could drive an hour to Glasgow if you are staying a few days and fancy a city vibe, otherwise enjoy long walks or hikes in the mountains or a stroll in the well-kept gardens. We hired a bike from the hotel and cycled through scenic parks alongside Loch Lomond to a small shopping precinct with a café.

By car: over 4 hours from Manchester, 7 hours from Bristol and under 8 hours from London. Free parking available.

By train: trains run from Glasgow or Edinburgh to Balloch station. It's a 10-minute drive to the hotel. Book trains to Balloch.

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The imposing façade has been lovingly restored from chimney stacks to towers, where elements were beyond repair and moulds were taken to replicate. There's a seamless blend between old and new; original fireplaces juxtaposed with gold-topped contemporary tables and sumptuous gold wallpaper adorned with nature-inspired illustrations. Quirky colourful patterns on soft furnishings from local designers add a fun addition.


From offering to bring the rest of our tea after dinner to finish in our rooms, to the incredibly informative and innovative sommeliers in the restaurants, to the smiling and friendly breakfast waiters, the staff made a good impression and looked very smart and uniform in the Cameron House tartan.

  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Terrace
  • Fitness centre
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Cinema
  • Golf course
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free parking


Accommodation ranges from bedrooms to suites, all featuring cheerful colours, bold contemporary patterns and tartan, whether on the walls or soft furnishings, and a plethora of plush seating, upholstered in velvet or classic wood. Bathrooms are marble-clad, some with roll-top baths.

Room types: Double Room, Family Room, Studio Suite, Suite, Family Suite, Terrace Suite, Tower Suite, Cameron Suite, Lodge

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes, tea and coffee facilities, pillow menu, Sky TV, free Wi-Fi


The Boat House located on the Loch edge serves local produce such as seafood and Scottish Lamb; the Spa Café has lighter bites such as pea risotto. Cameron Grill where breakfast is served offers local produce such as lobster or highland roe deer and the tasting menu at swish Tamburrini & Wishart restaurant is a must.

The Cameron Grill: elegant dining room. Wholesome dishes, seasonal ingredients. Open daily, 7-11am and 6-10pm.

Tamburrini & Wishart: fine dining restaurant, innovative cuisine. Open for lunch, Sat-Sun. Open for dinner, Wed-Sun. Tasting menu from £45.

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