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Which Spa?

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Which Spa?

Just wondering if anybody can help me decide which spa is the better between Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa in Inveraray or Cameron House near Loch Lomond?

Am not staying over so don't really care about the rooms/food etc. Just purely which is best for spa facilities. Would apprecaite any comments please from people who have visited these 2 venues for a spa day.

Many thanks

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1. Re: Which Spa?

Hi

I haven't personally done either, though I have visited Cameron House (gorgeous but very expensive). Have you looked into Lochside House Hotel in New Cumnock? . Their spa facilities are fantastic and the food is gorgeous. Been on a couple spa breaks there and had an absolutely brilliant time. They don't have a pool to swim in, but they do have a hydro pool. Every time we've been we've pretty much had the hydro pool/sauna/steam room to ourselves. Worth checking if you don't mind not having a swim.

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Thanks for your suggestion but I'm looking for something a little bit closer to be honest. Something north of Glasgow. Does look very nice and will bear in mind for the future.

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