The Roman Camp Country House Hotel began it’s life as a hunting lodge in 1625. This was then extended into a summer house full of character in 1800s.
The Hotel is now a charming traditional Highland retreat set in 20 acres of secluded gardens on the banks of the River Teith in the heart of the Trossachs National Park.
The house has fourteen bedrooms with new luxury bathrooms and several gracious public rooms with roaring fires and scenic views. A good example of the type of room available is the Yellow Parlour room – bursting with Scottish tradition and it’s own living flame fire. With views of the parterre garden, this room is comfortable and spacious.
The public rooms also run the same theme. The drawing room is spectacular in it’s homage to tradition. The antique silk wall coverings oozes a relaxed and authentic charm and it’s not hard letting your imagination run wild!
The Roman Camp Country House Hotel is all about getting away from it all. Complete retreat and relaxation.
Over the years many famous faces have visited the hotel and drawn inspiration from its serene surroundings. Part of the novel Peter Pan was written in the hotel by JM Barrie and there is now have a bedroom named in his honour.
The Beatles also stayed there in 1960 on their tour of Stirling, on their brink of Fame, all 5 stayed in one room, which is now called Star Suite.
The restaurant has been recommended by the AA as one of the top twelve eateries in Scotland and boasts 3 AA Rosettes. Head Chef, Ian McNaught describes his style simply as Modern Scottish Cuisine with a French influence.
Fresh, local produce is used where it can be – to great effect. Even herbs from the Hotel Gardens are used by Ian McNaught.
The Hotel has been under the same management, Eric & Marion Brown, since January 1989. For 20 years, they have worked hard to ensure the unique qualities and character of this special country house are maintained.
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