Wednesday, 16 March 2011 12:00 AM
If you want to whisk your loved one away for a romantic weekend break, then you should certainly look into all the options available north of the border.
The vast array of romantic hotels Scotland has to offer makes it the ideal destination for a holiday with that special someone – and you could make it even more memorable by opting to stay at a spa, giving you the chance to really treat yourselves.
There are numerous options for spa breaks in Scotland, but Loch Lomond certainly offers a dramatic and unique setting for such a getaway.
If you have your heart set on spending some time on the shores of this beautiful body of water, then Cameron House could be the perfect place to go.
One of the things that sets Cameron House apart from other spa hotels in Scotland is that the spa itself is situated in a standalone building and is separate from the accommodation.
This means that you can enter a world of total serenity and tranquillity when you head to the Carrick Spa for your treatments.
Boasting stunning views across the loch, you are sure to find spending a few hours in the spa a chilled out experience, whether you are enjoying a dip in the swimming pool, sitting in the sauna or just lounging in one of the relaxation areas.
You will also be able to choose from 17 wet and dry treatments, with options like facials and body wraps available alongside head massages.
When you have unwound with your treatment, why not explore the other parts of the spa? If you head to the roof you will discover an infinity pool where you can lie back and look out over the loch and mountains that surround you.
And if you want to have an active day after relaxing, you could make use of the fitness suite, outdoor tennis courts or just strap on your walking boots and enjoy a stroll through the breathtaking countryside.
All the facilities at the award-winning Carrick Spa are available for the use of guests at Cameron House.
Of course, the spa is not the only reason to book a stay in this wonderful location. There are numerous excellent restaurants close by – not least the hotel’s own Cameron Grill, which is the perfect place to go if you enjoy your steak.
Meanwhile, you could visit the Boathouse if you want a meal overlooking the loch or sample the food of Scottish chef Martin Wishart at Wishart’s at Loch Lomond.