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July 19, 2017

Make no mistake, Cameron House Hotel is one of the most impressive places to stay in Scotland. The beauty of its spectacular location on the banks of Loch Lomond is mirrored by the hotel itself, a magnificent Baronial Mansion with interiors of tartan, tweed and warm tones.

A stay at Cameron House Hotel will linger on the memory for a long time. But you don’t have to stay overnight to experience the hotel’s high standards of luxury. There are several restaurants at Cameron House which cater to different tastes, from those looking for a luxury dining experience to parents on a day out with the kids.

Here are three Cameron House restaurants you can book on 5pm Dining.

The Cameron Grill

Cameron House The Cameron Grill

In a traditional Scottish setting that features kilts and sporrans hanging from the ceiling, an open fire, a wall size mural of a clan dinner and lots of lots of tartan, The Cameron Grill serves a menu which showcases the natural larder Scotland is world famous for. Diners can tuck into dishes created from grass-fed Limousin beef, Aberdeen Angus, Orkney crab, West Coast langoustines, Mallaig scallops and Loch Fyne oysters.

£49 for 2 courses on grill menu + glass of fizz at The Cameron Grill on 5pm Dining

The Boat House

Cameron House The Boat House

On the the edge of Loch Lomond’s Shore, The Boat House makes the most of its waterside location with outside decking giving guests the option of dining by the marina. The restaurant’s interior has been designed to look like a New England boat house, with wood panelled walls, striped furnishings and lighting fashioned by ropes. From seafood platters to pizzas from the wood-burning oven and burgers, steaks and pasta dishes in between, there’s plenty of dishes to choose from at The Boat House. The Boat House is also very family friendly and there’s a designated children’s menu for little ones.

£28.95 for 2 courses on TDH menu at The Boat House on 5pm Dining.

The Claret Jug

The Claret Jug Cameron House Restaurants

The Claret Jug Restaurant at Cameron House has long been the 19th hole of the resort’s challenging Carrick course but you don’t need to have played the 18 holes (or any golf at all for that matter) before enjoying its comforts.  Situated beside the Cameron House Spa, it also makes an ideal place for a post spa bite to eat or drink. The Claret Jug serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and everything in between, and has lovely views of the golf course and surrounding countryside.

A la carte menu available at The Claret Jug on 5pm Dining.