The Roman Camp Hotel

The Roman Camp is an historic house originally built in 1625 as a hunting lodge for the Dukes of Perth before becoming a hotel and restaurant in 1939. Proprietors of The Roman Camp Hotel for over 30 years, Eric and Marion Brown have lovingly created an oasis in one of the most beautiful areas of Scotland. Its situation in the year-round stunningly beautiful Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park makes it a haven for outdoor activities of all types. The hotel sits on the banks of the River Teith surrounded by its own 21 acre estate of gardens and woodland yet only a short walk from the village of Callander.

Stay with Us


The hotel has 15 en-suite bedrooms of individual style and character.

Main Rooms

Drawing Room
Dining Room​​
The Garden Bistro – the Potting Shed​

Dine with Us

Scotland is home to some of the best produce in the world, such as our lamb, beef, venison and fish to name but a few. At the Roman Camp our chefs use the best of Scottish produce for you to enjoy. Our award winning dining rooms provide for a more formal atmosphere where we serve our tasting menu. The garden bistro serves simple food beautifully cooked in a relaxing and scenic environment. We have an extensive wine list and of course a very large range of whiskies – well-earned after a long day of outdoor activities.


LOCATED in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs national park.