Cameron House is a five-star resort in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Scotland. The resort sits on the shores of Loch Lomond, the third biggest loch in Scotland, a huge 27 square miles in size formed from a glacier with its deepest point at 267 metres. Cameron House has partnered with renowned Scottish landscape photographer Colin Prior, for an exhibition to showcase some of his most iconic photographs of Scotland.
Andy Roger, Resort Director said: “We have one of the most stunning views on our doorsteps, so it seemed only fitting to work with Colin Prior who is renowned for his stunning photography of Scotland’s landscapes. What better way to replace the view for the next two months while our refurbishment is underway.”
In total, 12 photographs will be exhibited, including three of Loch Lomond where Cameron House is based. The exhibition will run at the Great Scots Bar from 22nd February until May 2017. The hotel has recently benefited from a grand refurbishment, costing £4million, which will be complete in May and a new terrace will be unveiled which will offer stunning panoramic views across Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Colin Prior said: “Great photographs of the outdoors seldom happen by accident. They are the result of personal observation over a long period of time in which I have familiarised myself with a particular area and begin to understand its rhythms and nuances. The skill is in knowing where to place yourself to take advantage of a moment that has yet to develop – it’s like hunting with a camera. Being on the banks of Loch Lomond, Cameron House is set in a stunning location, so it’s the ideal place to show off my photography.”
For those who are unable to attend the exhibition in person, Cameron House intends to run a competition across its social media channels (Facebook, Twitter & Instagram), giving away one of the amazing photographs. Entrants will be asked to submit their best landscape pictures from across Scotland and share them with Cameron House using the hashtag #CHlandscapes. Colin Prior himself will pick the winning entry once the competition has closed on Friday 30 April.
The five-star resort features 136 guest rooms including 26 suites overlooking the loch and Trossachs National Park and the finest Scottish hospitality. Expect everything from Michelin star dining (with 4 restaurants in total), seaplane trips, an 18-hole Championship golf course, an award-winning spa with a rooftop infinity pool, loch cruises, to name but a few activities.
Here is a full list of photographs of Scotland that will be displayed in the Great Scot Bar at Cameron House:
Luskentrye across Traigh Seilebost, Harris.
Suilven, Canisp and Cul Mor, Assynt.
Buachaille Etive Mor, Glencoe.
Liathach and Beinn Eighe, Loch Clair, Glen Torridon.
An Teallach and the Belt of Venus, Fisherfield Forest.
Scots pine and hill burn, Knoydart.
Beech forest, Glen Esk
Ben Lomond, Inchmurrin Island, Loch Lomond National Park
Ben Vorlich and Ben Lomond, Loch Lomond, Luss
Glencoe from Ben Starav, Glen Etive
Ben Lomond, Loch Lomond, Luss
Burning heather, Invercauld Estate, Braemar.
Cameron House, Loch Lomond, West Dunbartonshire, G83 8QZ