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Cameron House hotel on Loch Lomond, Scotland will reopen in late 2019 – more than 18 months after it was devastated by a fire that killed two guests.

The 136-bedroom luxury hotel suffered extensive damage in the fire, which broke out on 18 December.

The fire, which is still being investigated, happened just months after the completion of a £4m redevelopment of the property.

In a statement, the hotel's owner, KSL Capital Partners said: "Cameron House will embark on a careful and sensitive restoration project which will see the hotel and its Leisure Club, The Great Scots Bar and Cameron Grill, remain closed until autumn 2019.

"The Spa at Cameron House, The Carrick Golf Course, The Marina, Cameron Lodges, The Boat House and Claret Jug restaurants remain open as usual."

The property was acquired by KSL in 2015 in a deal believed to be worth around £70-£80m.

Facilities at the hotel include a luxury spa and two golf courses.

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Cameron House hotel on Loch Lomond, Scotland will reopen in late 2019 – more than 18 months after it was devastated by a fire that killed two guests.
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