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The Cameron House luxury lodges are situated on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond within the grounds of the world-renowned five-star Cameron House hotel. This two bedroom self-catering lodge has the privacy of home with the benefit of the luxury resort facilities, and is truly the pinnacle of Scottish hospitality.
The lodge has spacious bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, covered balconies and unrivalled views of Loch Lomond. The award winning Carrick Spa and championship Carrick golf course are just two miles away and easily accessible via regular, free shuttle service.
The superb leisure facilities include access to two golf courses, excellent dining opportunities, heated indoor swimming pool, state-of-the-art gym and The Carrick Spa.
Cameron House luxury lodges offer:
A private holiday lodge experience
Superbly equipped kitchen and luxury private dining facilities
Excellent restaurants offering informal dining or the opportunity for a top chef to serve you dinner in your own luxury lodge
Fabulous indoor and outdoor sports and leisure facilities at the hotel
Full use of The Carrick Spa’s award winning facilities
Championship golf at reduced rates
The detached lodge has three bathrooms and sleeps up to six people in great comfort and privacy.
Each beautifully appointed space is equipped with:
Outstandingly decorated interiors
Fully equipped kitchen
State of the art sound system
TV and DVD player
Bed linen and towels
Free wifi is available
Spacious bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, covered balconies, view of Loch Lomond, fully-equipped kitchen and dining area with a large living room, internet TV and DVD player, WiFi, washing machine and tumble dryer. Some lodges have unrivalled views of Loch Lomond.
What better place to watch the theatre of the Highlands unfold than from Cameron House.
Cameron House is set in the heart of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, one of the most scenic areas in Scotland – and the perfect location to enjoy superb walking, historical towns and villages and amazing local cuisine.
The Trossachs range of hills are known as ‘the Scottish Highlands in miniature’ and mark the boundary between the Highlands and the Lowlands of Scotland.
Steeped in Scottish history, legend and myth, the area is as popular a destination today as it was over 100 years ago when Queen Victoria, Sir Walter Scott, John Ruskin and John Everett Millais came to the area.
Opened in 2002 as Scotland’s first National Park, it comprises 720 square miles of beautiful mountains, glens and lochs including 21 Munros, 19 Corbetts and 22 large lochs.
The Park falls into four distinct parts: Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Breadalbane and Argyll Forest.
Loch Lomond, the home of Cameron House, is the largest freshwater expanse in mainland Britain. Mountains loom to the north, while a scattering of islands can be found at the south end of the loch. Pretty villages such as Luss line the loch’s western shores.
The Trossachs is ‘Rob Roy Country’ where the famous outlaw hid from his pursuers in the dense forests. The area was much loved by Scottish writer and poet Sir Walter Scott whose famous poem The Lady of the Lake was inspired by Loch Katrine, which you can cruise on the steamship SS Sir Walter Scott.
Breadalbane marks the beginning of the Scottish Highlands at the northern tip of the National Park. Here myths and legends abound and the enchanting Falls of Dochart run through the picturesque village of Killin.
At the western edge of the National Park is the Argyll Forest Park. Britain’s first forest park is typified by its ancient trees, tranquil lochs and wide range of wildlife. Also within the park is Ben Arthur, affectionately known as ‘the Cobbler’ and one of Scotland’s most popular climbs.
The mountains and forests of the national park offer the perfect habitat to a diverse range of wildlife. Breeding pairs of ospreys take up residence in the park to mate each spring. Spending the summer months in Scotland, they can often be spotted hunting over Loch Venachar, Loch Lomond, Loch Eck and Lake of Menteith.
Of all the National Park’s birdlife, none is more visually or vocally stunning as the rare Capercaillie, the world’s largest grouse species. Their last remaining breeding ground are pinewoods on Loch Lomond’s islands.
Forests also provide shelter to the red squirrel, Britain’s only native squirrel. The National Park is one of the few places left where you can spot them as they scurry between branches.
On the woodland floor below, expect to see herds of male or female deer as they graze on grass, berries, young shoots and tree bark. Living separately for most of the year, in autumn, catch the spectacle of the ‘rut’ when the males aggressively lock antlers to win the right to mate.
Away from the National Park, the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow and the cultural centre of Stirling are just a short journey away offering a range of activities from art galleries to zoos – and so much more in between.
Guests are spoilt for choice when they stay at Cameron House. There’s something from the wide range of activities to suit anyone. Here are some of the most popular activities:
Golf – The Wee Demon is a popular 9-hole golf course on the resort and certainly provides fun for all standards of players. The Carrick golf course is the jewel in the crown, situated just two miles away and accessible via regular, free shuttle service. Designed by the acclaimed golf course designer Doug Carrick is a 71-par course and a true marvel. The stunning golf course uses every inch of the dramatic landscape straddling the fault lines between the Scottish lowlands and highlands with 9 holes set in each half.
At The Carrick resort you may also enjoy the following:
Golf academy and tuition
The golf shop
The Claret Jug
Gavin Abson, the resort’s resident Head PGA Golf Professional, is regarded as one of Scotland’s leading golf professionals featuring regularly in Bunkered Golf Magazine as an elite teaching professional.
A number of coaching options are available which include both on course tuition, group lessons and individual tuition using state of the art video analysis in our swing studio.
Individual coaching is available from just £60 and on course tuition is available from £100.
Gavin Abson can be contacted on 07967 206266 or email:
Further information on golf at Cameron House can be viewed here.
Leisure and spa - Luxury lodge users may enjoy the facilities offered at the Cameron House hotel including:
The Cameron Club (with the latest TechnoGym equipment)
Fitness classes (subject to availability)
Steam room and sauna
Situated just two miles away is The Carrick Spa, Scotland’s best hotel spa for three consecutive years.
With 17 dry and wet treatment rooms including a couple’s suite, a breath-taking rooftop terrace with infinity pool, thermal experiences, aromatherapy steam room, holistic studio, gymnasium and pool, this is truly a destination spa set to challenge the world’s finest.
Access to The Carrick Spa is for adult guests (over 18 years old) only and subject to an additional fee of £39 per lodge and availability. Book early to avoid disappointment. You can contact the Carrick Spa on 01389 713 659 or spa@
Read more about The Carrick Spa here: Carrick Spa Brochure and Carrick Spa Info
The Cameron Club at Cameron House has facilities and activities, which can be enjoyed by all the family, visit this link for more info on the facilities.
Cameron House offers superb outdoor activities for the whole family to enjoy including:
Obstacle mini golf
The ‘Big Friendly’ golf
Fun Frisbee safari
Puzzle trail booklet
These activities are priced at £8.00 per person for groups of four or more. There is unlimited play on these activities throughout your stay. Read more here: Can You Experience Leaflet
Fishing - Loch Lomond is the biggest fresh water loch in the U.K and with such pristine waters comes some great fishing opportunities.
Cameron House is located in the southern corner of the loch, right beside the mouth of the River Leven. This is a great spot for any angler to cast a reel and try their hand at catching some of the best fish in Scotland.
With a wide variety of native fish in the loch, you’ll easily find a brown trout, eel or pike while expert anglers love trying to get their hands on some Atlantic salmon, Eurasian perch and roach.
In order to fish in the loch you’ll need to have a permit; most of those you’ll see about the loch are card-carrying members.
A day permit to fish down in the River Leven is £20 but for those who like to take it easy on the loch it’s only £15 to receive a daily permit for coarse fishing. These can be purchased from tackle shops all over the area when you’re getting some bait.
You can fish for anything in the loch Monday-Saturday (coarse fishing is allowed on Sundays). You’re bound to get a good catch anytime of year but the best season in the Loch is between February and October.
Dining and drinks - There is a choice of four fantastic restaurants available, including:
The Cameron Grill: contemporary Scottish dining at its finest;
Martin Wishart: Michelin-starred fine dining restaurant;
The Boathouse: laid back, elegant and family-friendly dining; and
The Claret Jug: relax with quality food and drink after your round at The Carrick – Claret Jug Menu
There’s also the cosy Great Scot’s Bar, with its walls lined with great Scot’s of past and present – CH Great-Scots-Bar-Menu
Whichever you choose, you’re sure to enjoy stunningly smooth single malts, local produce with the freshest, locally sourced ingredients and an uncompromising selection of whiskies and wines to accompany your chosen meal.
Join a Ceilidh in the Claret Jug! A relaxed evening for all the family.
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My Standard Rate
4 night minimum stay
Lodge Services will charge guests for electricity used at at cost.
* Approximate monthly rate. Actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay.