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You know you're in Scotland when you look out of your room over the romantic sweeping Loch. Originally built as a Baronial mansion, the hotel's several hundred-year history is reflected in sympathetic details such as casts of the original cornicing. Their bespoke Tartan is weaved into the interior design, adding to the undeniably luxurious trappings and hints of modern patterns from local artists. Children will delight in exploring the extensive grounds by foot or rented bike, whilst couples can enjoy island-spotting on the Scottish waters on a champagne cruise. The food on offer includes impossibly fresh fish and seafood, all local, as well as the creative tasting menu in the renowned Tamburrini & Wishart restaurant.

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Yasemen Kaner-White
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An award winning author and accomplished writer, Yasemen specialises in travel, wellness and food, having written for a range of publications including BBC Travel, Metro, The Week, Geographical Magazine, Guardian and Reader’s Digest. She broadcasts her food and travel experiences for BBC Berkshire radio and speaks regularly at events



The champagne cruise is a magical way to take in the Loch; spend an hour meandering through the idyllic islands and coves only seen by boat.

Loch Lomond National Park is beautiful and offers many activities on both land and sea. Hike, pony trek or take a boat trip - the choice is yours.
By car: over 4 hours from Manchester, 7 hours from Bristol and under 8 hours from London. Free parking available.
By train: trains run from Glasgow or Edinburgh to Balloch station. It's a 10-minute drive to the hotel.

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Style & Character

The hotel suits couples who are after a romantic retreat, immersed in nature yet luxurious, and families with energetic children who are spoilt for choice with optional excursions. The tartan which was made for the hotel and registered by renowned Johnson's of Elgin can be seen throughout, from the staff attire to soft furnishings.

Service & Facilities

The in-house cinema is fantastic, classic red velvet comfortable chairs and even a booth selling popcorn, sweets and all your favourite movie munchies.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Fitness centre
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Cinema
  • Golf course
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Free parking


The Loch View suite in Auld House is special, when you open the curtains you know why. The interior is beautifully crafted, combining modernity and heritage with comfort and style. We loved the exceptional Loch views.

Double Room, Family Room, Studio Suite, Suite, Family Suite, Terrace Suite, Tower Suite, Cameron Suite, Lodge
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes, tea and coffee facilities, pillow menu, Sky TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

The tasting menu in Tamburrini & Wishart restaurant is sublime and the expert sommelier surprises with innovative pairings. The lobster and chips in the Cameron Grill was the freshest, sweetest lobster we've had.

The Cameron Grill: elegant dining room. Wholesome dishes, seasonal ingredients. Open daily, 7-11am and 6-10pm.
Tamburrini & Wishart: fine dining restaurant, innovative cuisine. Open for lunch, Sat-Sun. Open for dinner, Wed-Sun. Tasting menu from £45.

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