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The Roman Camp Country House Hotel can be found in The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, the first national park to be created in Scotland. The hotel is located within the boundaries of the scenic village of Callander, but secluded in private gardens and parkland in the area more affectionately referred to as 'Braveheart Country', only 15 miles west of Scotland's historic and newest city, Stirling.
Visiting Scotland's main cities, including Glasgow, Perth and the country's capital Edinburgh is easy as Callander is centrally located. These main cites can be reached within an hour, by using the main routes or you can meander along the scenic back roads, where the sight of Scotland's wildlife is possible and a chance to see the hidden views of our country.

Travelling north from Callander (The Gateway to the Highlands) opens the door to the rugged mountain heart of Scotland. In the north and east you can visit the Grampian range of mountains and the country's ski resorts, while to the west you will find Scotland and Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis overlooking the town of Fort William. Venturing further afield are the numerous islands of Scotland, including the Isle of Skye and the Outer Hebrides.

The Roman Camp Hotel is truly a wonderful and magical place, allowing you to stay in one of the most historic areas of Scotland and be within easy reach of Scotland's best features.

History

The Roman Camp got its name from the conspicuous earthwork visible across the meadows to the south of the gardens. This was believed to be Roman and there are indeed remains of a Roman Fort at Bochastle to the north of the town.

The House was originally a modest 17th century manor house on the estates of the Earl of Moray, one of Scotland's most ancient families who married into the Royal Family when an early ancestor became the husband of Christian, sister of Robert the Bruce. Another Earl was regent of Scotland during the childhoods of King James VI and I, the son of Mary Queen of Scots. Considerable development of the house took place under the ownership of Viscount Esher in the 1800's, but now the country house has operated as an hotel since the 1930's.

More history about the hotel can be read at the history of the Roman Camp.
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Just absolutely loved this little gem Was here for my birthday for 1 night. Didn't want to leave so stayed another night. Great surroundings, very quirky little place Lovely food, dinning area would def recommend and can't wait to stay again We stayed in corner suite down stair looking out into garden, staff also very helpful and lovely
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Roman Camp Hotel Address
Off Main Street, Callander
Stirlingshire, FK17 8BG
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