A BAR at a luxury hotel in Loch Lomond has won a prestigious gong at a national hospitality awards night.

The Great Scots Bar at Cameron House has been named Hotel Bar of the Year in this year's Scottish Bar and Pub Awards.

The awards, celebrating their 28th year, were formerly known as the DRAM awards and are Scotland's longest-established celebration of all things hospitality. 

Over the past three decades, the event has garnered a reputation as one of the most prestigious events in Scotland’s licensed trade calendar and has been referred to, year in and year out, as the “Oscars of the industry”.

Glenn Woodage, the bar's manager at Cameron House, shared his gratitude with the team and the hotel guests.

He said: “I am truly humbled and incredibly grateful to accept the prestigious Hotel Bar of the Year award on behalf of the entire team at the Great Scot's Bar and the wider clan at Cameron House.

"This recognition is a testament to the dedication, passion, and hard work that each member of our staff has poured into creating memorable experiences for our guests every day.

"Thank you to all of our guests, colleagues, and all those who have supported us on this journey. We look forward to continuing what we do best and striving for greatness in all that we do."