Fire-ravaged Cameron House set for a grand reopening
September 16 2021
A fire-ravaged five-star Loch Lomond resort is to throw open its doors to guests from next week after undergoing extensive refurbishment at the hands of 3DReid Architects and conservation architects Simpson & Brown.
Painstaking work to rebuild the grand foyer and library has taken place together with new elements such as a lobby bar and a remodelled leisure club.
Offering 140 guest bedrooms as well as 24 luxury suites the accommodation boasts sweeping loch-front views as well as a golf course and marina for those seeking more active forms of recreation.
Dating to the 17th century the original Auld House mansion has been fashioned into 14 suites with interior designs utilising wallpaper from Timorous Beasties and cashmere throws from Johnstons of Elgin. Modern steel construction was employed throughout the renovation, affording a high degree of fire protection with compartmentalised floors and the installation of a 'water mist' suppression system.
Andy Roger, resort director at Cameron House, said: "We are very much looking forward to reopening on 20th September 2021 and excited to be able to share this glimpse of the hotel, which has been meticulously restored over the past three years."
A 35-seat cinema has been submitted for planning and the resort is undergoing further expansion with a ballroom and additional 68 guest bedrooms set to open early next year.
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