Rooms & Amenities
The crisp fresh air of the Highlands makes the delightful rooms at Cameron House all the more inviting. Modern features combine with decoration that hints at the location’s long and august past, creating a comfortable, tasteful setting in which to relax.
Cameron House Guest Rooms provide:
- 24/7 Room Service and concierge
- Sheets of Egyptian cotton
- Soft bathrobes
- Rainfall shower head
- Modern television
- Free Wifi
- Safe for personal items
- Hot beverage-making amenities
- Iron and board
- iPhone dock
A plethora of dining venues are available to delight guests at Cameron House. Each restaurant has its own distinct theme and character, yet all are united in their sourcing of only the highest quality, fresh ingredients.
The Boat House:
With the shore of Loch Lomond lapping around this restaurant, it is only right that the theme is decidedly nautical. Spectacular vistas of the marina captivate diners at this elegant venue. Enjoy fresh fish and other locally sourced produce at this onsite restaurant, open all day every day.
The Cameron Grill:
Guests can feel the heat of kitchen fires as they watch their steaks sizzling to perfection in this open plan restaurant. The walls are adorned with portraits of local villains who watch the merriment below from long-ago days of feuding clans. An extensive wine list is supplied from Cameron House’s impressive wine cellar, so make sure to ask the sommelier for suggestions.
The Claret Jug:
Just a two-minute shuttle from Cameron House, on the nearby Carrick Estate, you can find delectable offerings for golfers and companions alike. Though it may appear to be a particularly chic clubhouse, the Claret Jug has a broad menu, encompassing everything from afternoon tea to three-course dinners. Watch the drama of the golf course take place from the terrace or snuggle up by one of their roaring fires.
Great Scot’s Bar:
As the name suggests, the Great Scot’s Bar is adorned with famous nationals from Scotland’s long and distinguished past. The most notable view however, is the imposing majesty of Ben Lomond, towering over the surrounding highlands and Loch Lomond from beyond the windows. What sight could be more fitting as you sip a mature single malt whiskey?