Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Cameron House (left) and (right) a view of the 15th hole on the Carrick on Loch Lomond course.

Cameron House named best golf resort hotel in Scotland

The spectacular 5-star Cameron House hotel on the banks of Loch Lomond received national recognition as the best resort hotel in Scotland at Golf Tourism Scotland’s Gold Standard Awards ceremony.
The ceremony brought together Scotland’s leading representatives from the travel, hospitality and golf service sectors, recognising the leading providers from across Scotland. In a category that included a future Ryder Cup venue, this years’ Open Championship venue and 5-star resorts in St Andrews, the ‘Home of Golf’, it was the uncompromised guest services, opulent furnishings and spectacular location that made Cameron House on Loch Lomond Scotland’s best resort hotel.
Ross Whitfield, Director of Golf and Estates at Cameron House Resort, Loch Lomond, commented:
“It is an honour to have won this prestigious award and is testament to the hard work and dedicated team of staff that we have at Cameron House. The facilities are second to none and it is great to know that Golf Tourism Scotland have recognised the continued improvements that we have made to the luxury hotel.
"We continually look to improve our facilities and guest services, and look forward to further establishing our position as one of the best golf resorts in Scotland in the future.”
The luxury Cameron House hotel recently underwent a multi-million pound refurbishment which has enhanced the enviable reputation of one of the UK’s premier high-end hotels. The 5-star hotel coupled with a roof-top spa, state-of-the-art fitness suite and championship golf course, The Carrick on Loch Lomond, combine to create one of Scotland’s finest golf resorts in a stunning setting.
Designed by renowned Canadian golf course architect Doug Carrick and opened in 2007, the championship lay-out meanders between the lowland banks of the loch and the undulating highland heath; all of which offer stunning views and a stern test to players of all abilities. Despite its relatively short history, The Carrick has already hosted some of the world’s best players, having been home to the Ladies' Scottish Open on the Ladies European Tour in 2007 and 2008, and this year saw the return of the PGA Cup Match to Scotland.



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