About Cameron House - Claret Jug at the Carrick
Let's get the silly stuff out the way, we booked the Claret Jug restaurant at Cameron house for 7.30pm so we went and arrived at Cameron house and all its grandeur at 6.30pm for some drinks and cocktails, we had a lovely window seat and the cocktails were brilliant so at 7.25 we asked reception to point us in the right direction for our dinner the place is enormous so as first timers we were walking about like lost sheep.
Ok have a wee laugh if you like but we were then told the Claret jug restaurant wasn't at Cameron house but it's actually 3 miles away at the Carrick golf club which is part of Cameron house , to be fair hotel offered the services of a free concierge transport but I was driving anyway. LESSON LEARNED however on arrival at the Carrick golf club we had a very nice evening and a nice meal which had great ambience, spotless toilets and a great window seat we will be back but not rushed about like last night was. I don't like the Americanisation of a 10% added to bill for service I like to be the one to decide on a gratuity take note Carrick we are Scottish.
Good meal with friends
Staff friendly and relatively accomodating to one yesr old child. There is a junior menu available although this was not immediately offered.
The Claret Jug Restaurant at Cameron House on Loch Lomond has long been the 19th hole of the resort’s challenging Carrick course. Not that you need to have conquered eighteen holes before enjoying its comforts. The Claret Jug is part of the Carrick Clubhouse and Spa and it provides a warm welcome to non-residents, hotel guests and spa users alike as well as golfers. It is open to all.
Casual dining on Loch Lomond
The Claret Jug serves from early morning through to the evening and caters for breakfast, lunch, dinner and all points in between. From the Full Monty cooked breakfast to gourmet lunchtime sandwiches and post-spa salads, offering a wide variety of dishes throughout the day is key to the popularity of The Claret Jug by Loch Lomond.
Best burger on Loch Lomond
While visitors can enjoy salads, pasta dishes and sharing platters at The Claret Jug, it is perhaps the house burger which wins the most admirers. Called Beat the Burger, it features Cairnhill Farm beef, Ayrshire bacon, mature cheddar, a fried egg, relish, onion rings and fat chips. It is the perfect fuel for another round of golf or chat.
Spectacular golf near Glasgow
The magnificent Carrick course brings many people to The Claret Jug. However, there are many reasons to visit beside the golf. Fine views, great food and warm service all make The Claret Jug a popular spot for everybody. Located in the Cameron House resort at Alexandria in Dunbartonshire, The Claret Jug is within a thirty minute drive from Glasgow.