Cameron House to reopen next year

04 May 2018 by
Cameron House to reopen next year

Cameron House hotel on Loch Lomond, which was devastated by a fire that killed two people last year, is expected to reopen next year.

A statement on the hotel's website said a "careful and sensitive" restoration project would be ongoing until autumn 2019.

It added: "Cameron House on Loch Lomond will embark on a careful and sensitive restoration project which will see Cameron House hotel, the Leisure Club, the Great Scots Bar and Cameron Grill remain closed until autumn 2019. The Spa at Cameron House, the Carrick Golf Course, the Marina, Cameron Lodges, the Boat House and Claret Jug restaurants remain open as usual. Thank you for your patience and continued support."

Two guests died after fire broke out at the 136-bedroom, five-AA-star hotel in West Dunbartonshire on 18 December. The building was extensively damaged just months after the completion of a £4m refurbishment project.

Investigations are ongoing.

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