Cameron House has revealed plans for phase two of its ongoing multimillion-pound renovation.
Phase two, which has a £1m budget, is due to be completed in May and includes a brand new outdoor terrace which will showcase the hotel’s stunning panoramic views across Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
The new terrace will act as both an alfresco bar area and an outdoor events space. Frameless glass balustrading to the terrace will ensure views are maximised, with a covered timber deck creating a warmth to the space both from within and when viewed from the surrounding areas. The existing glazing will also be replaced, with doors opening out on the terrace and larger expanses of glass introduced, giving a minimal, contemporary feel.
The new terrace will accommodate 60 seated or 120 standing and access will be through the Great Scots Bar or via a staircase at the front of the hotel.
Andy Roger, Resort Director said, “We are continuing to invest in Cameron House and are committed to making it the ultimate luxury destination in Scotland. We are truly privileged to have a unique setting that boasts such an abundance of natural beauty. The terrace will bring an exciting new dimension to our offering, with guests able to relax outdoors and take in the stunning panorama.”
Jen Samuel, Associate Director at 3D Reid, who are responsible for the project comments, “The Great Scots Bar has one of the finest views in Scotland, overlooking Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. The addition of the terrace allows a greater connection to the great outdoors while expanding the guests experience of the hotel, allowing anything from a Champagne reception in the sun to a warming whisky amongst the snow.”
A redesign of the hotel’s bedrooms is also underway.