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Cameron House Hotel wins planning for terrace extension

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January 19 2017

Cameron House Hotel wins planning for terrace extension
Cameron House Hotel has been given permission by Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park Authority to erect an external terrace extension to the five star 18th century baronial mansion.

Great Scots Terrace will connect the B-listed main building with a 1980’s leisure extension with a view to creating a more prepossessing frontage for guests approaching the hotel entrance.

Conceived by 3DReid the contemporary intervention will extend across the full length of an existing bar to provide an alfresco seating area and outdoor events space.

In their design statement the architects noted: “Although essentially a steel frame structure, the columns will be clad in pre-cast concrete, with random linear embossments providing a feature which reflects the surrounding stone pointing.

“Frameless glass balustrading to the terrace ensures views are maximised.”

Decking will be formed from copper oak coloured composite timber with matching cladding applied to the underside of the balcony.
Colour changing LEDs will provide lighting at night
Colour changing LEDs will provide lighting at night
The plans have been scaled back from an earlier vision of a fully-encompassing collonade
The plans have been scaled back from an earlier vision of a fully-encompassing collonade

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