Cameron House, the five-AA-star, 136-bedroom hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond, West Dunbartonshire, has unveiled the second phase of an ongoing £4m renovation.
Due to be completed in May 2017, the latest work, costing £1m, will include an extensive terrace overlooking the loch and the Trossachs National Park, alongside redesigned bedrooms.
The new terrace, designed by architecture firm 3DReid, will feature frameless glass balustrading and a covered timber deck to provide an alfresco bar and events space for 60 seated or 120 standing.
The latest work is in addition to the £3m invested last year on revamping the Cameron Grill and creating a new cocktail bar, together with updating the other public spaces.
Andy Roger, resort director said: "We are continuing to invest in Cameron House and are committed to making it the ultimate luxury destination in Scotland. We are truly privileged to have a unique setting that boasts such an abundance of natural beauty."
Cameron House was acquired by American private equity firm KSL Capital Partners for £70m in November 2015.