The Seaplane tour of Loch Lomond is amazing - just make sure you book it because it is in high demand.
The home of both golf and Scotch whiskey, Scotland has enough charm in its simplest state to attract a good many. Snug in amongst the countless trees of the Loch, Cameron House is as close to Scottish perfection as one could ever ask for.
You don't so much check-in to the Cameron House, as you do become enveloped by it; much like a continous warm embrace. Rooms are dressed in dark hues and various tartans, and feature monsoon showers, the fluffiest of robes, and flat screen TV's. Suites also feature freestanding tubs - ideal for an evening soak.
At the Carrick Spa, 17 wet and dry treatment rooms, saunas, shower beds, and a rooftop infinity pool will have you limbered up for the activities to come. And what, pray tell, are these activities? Why, golf, of course. The two courses offer either a tricky quick nine at the Wee Demon, or a longer, rolling 18 at the Carrick. True lovers of the sport may find themselves choking back a tear or two when faced with views of the Loch after a big drive.
Eating and drinking are well attended to at the Claret Jug, Boathouse, Martin Wishart, and the Cameron Grill - serving hearty local cuisine. Last, but not least, one must mention whiskey. The Great Scots Bar or the Whiskey Bar will take you on a sometimes subtle, sometimes not, tour of Scotland's famous spirit - sweeping from highland to low.