The Spa Summary
After reluctantly dragging myself away from this peaceful sanctuary and joining my Husband, we headed into the spas’ Thermal experience. We then ventured upstairs onto the decked roof to the amazing rooftop infinity pool, which was over-looking the lush Carrick green (sorry hubby). Sipping on complementary bottles of water from the many fridges dotted around the spa, we turned on the Jacuzzi jets and bathed in the glorious sunshine. Having the pool all to ourselves (perk of a weekday stay) we momentarily basked in the talk that if we were millionaires an infinity Jacuzzi pool like this would be our very first purchase.
The Hotel Summary
At the southernmost tip of Loch Lomond this 18th century former stately home, now known as Cameron House Hotel, sits grandly overlooking the still loch waters shimmering with shades of deepest blue in the afternoon sunshine.
The views are quite simply breathtaking and make you feel you’ve travelled not just over the Scottish boarders, but to another magical world where one nights stay just isn’t enough to enjoy all that Cameron House has to offer with 4 restaurants, 2 golf courses, spa and a multitude of sporty activities available.
Our Colquhoun suite was lavished with heavy tartan and deep jewel toned fabrics and furnishings. The king size bed was scattered with plump feather pillows and wool throws.
Two grand armchairs were placed by the pretty sash windows, which had views overlooking the loch where you could see the seaplane bobbing about on the jetty waiting to pick up and taxi fellow hotel guests to and from Glasgow airport or take them on a sightseeing tour.
The marble bathroom had walk in shower, bath and non steam mirrors.
The Carrick Spa and Golf course are the newest addition to the Cameron House ‘complex’ build 10 years ago (fairly new considering how old the original buildings are). Upon arrival to the spa I wasn’t disappointed – it was fabulous. The thermal experience wing was far superior to all others I’ve seen featuring hammam stream room, aromatherapy room, infared room, traditional stream room, coldarum along with the sauna and heated stone bed area, both of which had huge windows overlooking the glorious sunny day, the first sauna with such views I have to say.