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Cameron House on Loch Lomond Hotel Review: What you see is not what you get at Cameron House. With so many traditional Scottish castles dotting the edge of Loch Lomond, your entrance inside Cameron House might startle. It's Gothic all the way, done up in dim lighting, plush purple furnishings, funky chandeliers (some look like reindeer antlers), paper mache animal heads that hang in guest corridors, heavy metal mirrors and dark wooden hallways. Windy long hallways lead you to your room---done up in contemporary colors with stylish furnishings like Egyptian cotton duvets ready for you to sink into. This place is big with 103 rooms, 26 suites (that come with complimentary whisky and L'Occitane toiletries) and 86 brightly furnished lodges situated on the estate property. Lomond's maintains the fine dining restaurant (go for the Isle of Skye scallops, black pudding, apple and sweet corn); Cameron Grill takes on more casual dining (the restaurant is hard to forget with its wall size mural, a modern portrayal of The Last Supper); Great Scots Bar (the black & white portraits of Scots men and women keep you and your whisky company). The Spa at the Carrick House is located just down the way from the main hotel where the infinity pool and various treatment options await. The modern stylings meet old world castle atmosphere provide an intimate and unique setting for high-level business meetings and events. Choose from seven meeting rooms, some lit up by stunning lake views. Group activities are endless as well; take up falconry, paddle out on Loch Lomond, play golf on Cameron House's two courses, The Carrick or the 9-hole "Wee Demon." Or simply huddle inside this romantic retreat for a weekend of fireside lounging while the finicky Scottish weather plays out.