In pictures: Multimillion pound refurbishment for lochside retreat Cameron House

Cameron House has revealed the results of a £3 million refurbishment in what the resort has announced is the first stage of a year-long multimillion-pound renovation

Published 28th Sep 2016
Updated 28 th Sep 2016

This initial phase has focused on revamping the food and beverage offering along with the hotel’s other public spaces.

At the heart of the hotel, Cameron Grill – Cameron House’s fine dining establishment - has been refreshed with new interiors. Light, fresh neutral tones now help create a welcoming space that envelops but at the same time makes the most of its iconic views.

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The new look Cameron Grill. Picture: Cameron House

With the appointment of a new chef and sommelier, the restaurant also has a new menu and wine list to complement the new surroundings. With the owners saying it will now celebrate the best home-grown produce from a number of local suppliers coupled with wines selected from all over the world to allow for the perfect food and wine pairing.

The Great Scots Bar also now makes the most of the hotel’s location with additional tables and new seating overlooking the loch.

The Great Scots Bar. Picture: Cameron House

Elsewhere, the public spaces - including the swimming pool and meeting rooms - have been upgraded most notably with four statement chandeliers giving the reception a brighter, lighter feel.

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The Great Scots Bar. Picture: Cameron House

Overlooking the enhanced marina at the water’s edge meanwhile, the Boathouse restaurant has been updated with refreshes made to its signature New England style.

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The Boathouse restaurant. Picture: Cameron House

With the light reflecting off the water lifting this bright, breezy space, it’s the perfect foil for a menu that celebrates the best of classic dishes and local seafood that can be enjoyed inside or outside on the deck.

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The Boathouse restaurant. Picture: Cameron House

Resort Director, Andy Roger said: “This work represents the start of an exciting multimillion-pound investment.

“We feel the changes celebrate the resort’s setting and bring a new level of luxury to our offering. Our new-look interiors match the warmth of our hospitality, and with more spaces for visitors to sit, press pause and enjoy a taste of Scotland, the feedback from our guests has been overwhelmingly positive.”


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