Cameron House on Loch Lomond unveils new look

4th of March, 2020 | Posted in Glasgow, Hotel News Email Article | Print Article

Cameron House has revealed the plans for its new extension which will house its meeting and conference facilities as well as an extra 68 luxurious new bedrooms with the majority featuring large balconies with loch-facing views. following the granting of planning for the new build.

The hotel has created a digital walk to give customers and the media an insight into the space which they describe as “one of the most unique, meeting, incentive, conference and event venues in the UK.”

The impressive digital walkthrough of the extension includes CGI footage of the new 7,345 square foot ballroom and pre-function space, showcasing the resort’s elegant and flexible function and event offering complete with spectacular views of Loch Lomond.

Cameron House Hotel will re-open in late 2020 with function bookings being taken from January 2021 onwards.

Once finished the resort will offer 208 bedrooms, including 28 spectacular suites.The reinstated hotel will also have eight flexible function and event spaces with state-of-the-art facilities that can accommodate anything from small, intimate gatherings to large weddings and conferences.

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