Cameron House, the luxury resort in Loch Lomond extensively damaged in a fire three years ago, is now set to reopen in April 2021.
The West Dunbartonshire property was expected to open later this year but is now anticipated to open next year ahead of a £17.5m extension which is due to be completed before the end of 2021.
The extension will feature a 7,345 sq ft ballroom with capacity for 350 guests and an additional 68 bedrooms on the upper three floors, taking the resort up to 208 bedrooms in total.
The five-AA-star hotel has been closed since the devastating fire in December 2017 in which two guests died. The building was extensively damaged just months after the completion of a £4m refurbishment project and circumstances surrounding the fire are still unknown.
The Cameron Spa, swimming pool and gym remain closed. The Boat House and Clubhouse, Cameron Lodges, apartments and cottages and the Carrick Golf Course have all reopened following lockdown.
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