We had an amazing time made very special by the excellent service and very friendly staff. Our room overlooking the Loch was excellent and the in room sauna an added bonus. The food was superb with a wonderful buffet breakfast as well as table service from the menu.
Unique Festive Celebrations
Our luxury lodges and chalets at New Year
Enjoy a stunning fireworks display from the comfort of your own private hot tub, or sit on the banks of one of the most famous lochs in Scotland. Everyone has their own traditions for seeing in the new year. Traditions, however, are made to be broken. Why not celebrate New Year at Loch Lomond instead? We will put on a spectacular fireworks display at midnight on the 31st December to herald in the new year. To see them reflected in the loch is a beautiful sight and one you will never forget. Hogmanay breaks are a great way to relax and recharge. Our five-star luxury accommodation is a fantastic way to do this as you bring in the new year.
Escape the stresses of city life and enjoy a well-deserved break with all your family or friends within one of our luxury lodges. Christmas is a day filled with meaning and traditions, a day spent with family and friends. Make this Christmas and New Year one for the memory books and escape the winter blues with us at Cameron Lodges. With lochside walks, and forest and mountain trails through The Trossachs National Park, you can truly escape the bustle of the city with your loved ones this Christmas. Christmas at Cameron Lodges is the fairy-tale break the whole family is dreaming of. Let Cameron Lodges be the backdrop to your magical winter escape with a range of luxury apartments, cottages and lodges that provide the perfect haven for your staycation in Loch Lomond. Book 3 nights in one of our luxury lodges, cottages or apartments this winter and only pay for 2 nights. Available on breaks booked to arrive before 5 February
Not all businesses are operating as advertised due to the current Coronavirus situation. Please see our latest advice on travel and booking. Why would you choose a New Year break in Scotland? Well, no other nation in the world celebrates the New Year with quite as much revelry and passion as Scotland does, and it's hardly surprising that the enormous celebration that engulfs the country is legendary the world over. Hogmanay is what we Scots call New Year's Eve - 31 December - the big night that marks the arrival of the new year. Its origins reach back to the celebration of the winter solstice among the Vikings with wild parties in late December.