Set within its own gardens and woodlands on the banks of the River Teith the Roman Camp Hotel is the perfect base from which to explore the stunning surrounding countryside. If you are looking for some activity there is so much to do on the doorstep, be that walking, hill climbing, canoeing, horse riding, cycling, fishing or playing golf. The picturesque local golf course at Callander is a short walk away from the hotel and horse riding stables a mere ten minute drive. Fishing can be organised on our own stretch of the River Teith or on other local rivers. For those just wishing to relax, the hotel provides a peaceful setting in lovely gardens in which to enjoy delicious food in either of our two restaurants or a leisurely afternoon tea in our drawing room.
We recently had afternoon tea at this absolutely without a doubt SPECIAL hotel. The drive simply to the front door I thought was breath taking until we entered the hotel. The drawing room to the grounds surrounding it are magical. The staff are so warm and friendly and the owners Marion such a classy lady , delightful and her husband Eric a true gentleman. I could not praise this hotel enough it actually reinstated what’s is missing so much in bigger named hotels… that personal , caring touch. They care , they want to give you the best experience it’s not all about your wallet and what you’re spending. I truly can not wait to return to this DIAMOND of an establishment!! Praise to the owners and their fantastic team !!! X
Gingerstorm – April 2022
Two night stay at the wonderful Roman Camp hotel. We ate in both the restaurant and The Potting Shed. The standard of food and the service were excellent. The weather was lovely and we were able to enjoy the gardens and location near the River Teith. The staff were all friendly and helpful and are a credit to the hotel. We’ll be back!
Linda B – March 2022
I spent two nights in The Roman Camp Hotel and had a delightful stay. The friendliness of the staff was a particular feature. The highlight was the quality of the dinners served in the hotel restaurant. A fixed price menu of four courses with the addition of an amuse-bouche and a pre-pudding extra. The cumin marinated lamb loin on the first night and the Sika deer on the second night were beautifully cooked and presented. The chef Ian McNaught has been there for many years and has deservedly won many accolades. There is a separate informal bistro called the Potting Shed Cafe which offers a simpler but also excellent menu with great choice.
The hotel was decorated for Christmas and it was a treat to sit in the various lounges beside a roaring fire.
The hotel is family owned by Eric and Marion Brown and their close personal involvement is very obvious. It is a great tribute to them and their staff that the hotel is providing such a good standard despite all the challenges of Covid and recent storms.
Thoroughly enjoyable and we have booked to return in the summer.