Cameron House

Cameron House

Cameron House

Cameron House | NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts

Cameron House is on the shores of Loch Lomond, providing golfers and guests with relaxing views of the water. There is the championship Carrick Course and the Wee Demon Course for the golfers, while the resort itself plays host to glorious accommodation and a range of thrilling activities for guests to enjoy.  
Following a fire in 2017, Cameron House was closed while a careful restoration project brought the hotel back to its former glory. After more than three years, the Cameron House Hotel was reopened, following the end of lockdown during the COVID-19 pandemic.  
The Carrick Course is the championship offering at Cameron House and has played host to the Ladies European Tour in the past. It was the host venue for the Ladies’ Scottish Open in both 2007 and 2008 and is still a tricky test along the banks of Loch Lomond to this day. The Wee Demon is the 9-hole course at Cameron House and provides a wonderful place for beginners to get into the game and to learn about all the on-course nuances.  
Away from the golf, there is still plenty to do at Cameron House. On land, there are walks and hikes, 4x4 adventures and clay pigeon shooting to name just a few, while jet skiing and speedboat trips are among the water-based activities. The Loch Lomond Sea Planes give the perfect opportunity for guests to see Scotland from above on a three-hour journey. Guests can also enjoy the Cameron Spa, with a range of pools, saunas, steam rooms and both massages and treatments on offer.  
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Cameron Golf Club

Cameron House plays host to the Cameron Golf Club. The club has two courses, with the 18-hole Carrick being the championship offering at the Scottish resort. The 9-hole Wee Demon is the perfect place for beginners to get to grips with being out on the golf course. 
Doug Carrick was the man behind the design, and the course continue to hold his name. The Carrick Course has held several professional tournaments, including the Ladies’ Scottish Open. It hosted the Ladies European Tour event in both 2007 and 2008, with Sophie Gustafson and Gwladys Nocera being victorious around The Carrick.  
Golfers will enjoy views of Loch Lomond during a round on The Carrick, which is more than 7,000 yards long from the back tees. The par 71 layout also has four other teeing options to allow amateurs to have an enjoyable experience while playing the championship course at Cameron House. 
The low side of the course is the front nine, with the back nine taking you to higher ground. The par 3 14th is the signature hole on the Carrick. It says 200 yards on the card but plays downhill from an elevated tee. The elevation change from tee to green is 60 feet and plays havoc on which club to choose.  
Meanwhile, the Wee Demon is a suitable place for those who are just getting into the game to learn the nuances of course management. The 9-hole layout has plenty of sand and water hazards to keep you on your toes.  

5-Star Accommodation

There is a glorious range of accommodation on offer for those staying at the Cameron House Resort. The hotel has Classic and Contemporary Double Rooms, along with Classic Family Rooms as well. There are also a range of Loch View Rooms at Cameron House, providing guests with glorious vistas of Loch Lomond.  
There is also a range of suites available for guests to enjoy at the resort. The Family Suite features three rooms – lounge, master bedroom and kids' bedroom – while the Loch View Studio Suites can come with or without balconies. There is also the One Bedroom Suite and the Loch Suite, which is the best of the best in this department at Cameron House.  
The 17th Century Baronial mansion has been transformed, with the Auld House now offering 14 restored suites, all of which are named after the islands of Loch Lomond. There are several Classic Rooms in the Auld House, while there are also Loch View Studio Suites, Loch View Terrace Suites, and the Cameron Suite, which sits over two floors and supplies incredible luxury.  
Cameron House has a range of self-catering lodges on offer as well, all of which have incredible views of Loch Lomond. The Cameron House Lodges can allow between four and eight people, while the Cameron Club has a range of lodges, cottages, and suites in the old Mansion House.  

Leisure & Wellness

The Cameron Spa provides the perfect place for guests to relax and unwind with a range of packages on offer for couples, celebrations and more. The Cameron Spa is around three miles to the north of the Cameron House Hotel, but still in the Cameron Club Estate.  
There is a rooftop infinity pool along with hydrotherapy pool, relaxation pool and an ice fountain. The Cameron Spa also plays host to a sauna, steam room, hammam, aromatherapy and more. Guests can also enjoy a range of treatments and massages from fully qualified professionals.  
Activities at Cameron House are split into three categories – on land, on the loch and in the air. Pony trekking, bike hire, falconry, 4x4 adventures and hiking are among the activities for those who want to stay on land, while speedboat trips and jet skiing are among the water activities. For those that want to see Scotland from above, there are Loch Lomond Sea Planes, allowing guests to enjoy the stunning Scottish scenery on a two or three-hour flight.  

FAQs about Cameron House

Where is Cameron House?  
Cameron House is on the southern tip of Loch Lomond, with views across the water. The town of Alexandria is a couple of miles south, while Glasgow is 25 miles southeast of the resort.  

What is the nearest airport and station to Cameron House?
20 miles to the south of Cameron House lies Glasgow Airport, one of the two major airports in Scotland alongside Edinburgh – which itself is only 65 miles from the resort. Both airports run plenty of flights daily, including to the United States and to several European destinations.  
Balloch Train Station is less than two miles from Cameron House and is also the end of the line from Airdrie. The service runs through the centre of Glasgow, stopping at High Street, Queen Street and Charing Cross, taking just under an hour to get from the city through to Balloch. There is a train to Balloch every half hour. 

What golf facilities does Cameron House offer?
The practice facilities at Cameron House are of an incredible standard. The driving range has 14 bays, each with TrackMan technology. There is also a short game area which has been built to USGA standards, with two large putting greens and a separate chipping area.  
The pro shop at Cameron House is fully stocked with all the latest gear and apparel. Hugo Boss, J. Lindeberg, Under Armour are all available at the pro shop, along with Cameron House-branded kit as well.  

Does Cameron House offer golf lessons?
Head Professional Robbie King, along with his team of PGA-qualified professionals, are on hand at Cameron House to provide coaching and tuition for all that come through its doors. The Cameron Golf Academy offers a wide range of lessons, including on course lessons for those that want to learn more about course management.  

What are the green fees at Cameron House?
The price of a green fee on either of the two courses at Cameron House changes throughout the year, depending on the season. It is also different depending on whether it is a weekday or weekend. There are also stay & play packages available at the resort.  
For more information on current green fees at Cameron House, visit their website here

What accommodation is on offer at Cameron House?
It is more a question of what isn’t on offer at Cameron House as there truly is something for everyone. Both the hotel and the Auld House have a range of bedrooms and suites available, while guests can also enjoy a self-catering stay in one of several properties on the banks of Loch Lomond.  

What other resorts are nearby?
Cameron House is not alone when it comes to other venues on the NCG Top 100s: GB&I Golf Resorts list. Mar Hall is just 15 miles to the south, while Westerwood and Dundonald Links are both within an hour’s drive from Cameron House.  
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