A hotel near Helensburgh where President Barack Obama has stayed has been named among Scotland's best in a prestigious new list. 

The list, which was compiled by Conde Nast Traveler, showcased a number of hotels across the country such as Rusacks in St Andrews and The Caledonian in Edinburgh. 

Speaking of the list, it said: "Whether you're looking for a cosmopolitan city break or hoping to explore Scotland's stunning coastline on the road trip of a lifetime, there's somewhere stunning for any type of traveler." 

Loch Lomond hotel named among Scotland's best to visit  

The Loch Lomond hotel, which is only a 15-minute drive from Helensburgh, named among Scotland's best was Cameron House. 

Conde Nast Traveler described the large estate as a "quintessential Scottish property" that contains a "wild, romantic tangle of towers, turrets, and castellations".

The reviewer states that while "notable previous guests have included Winston Churchill and Barack Obama," the hotel remains "delightfully unpretentious."

Speaking of the rooms on-site, they added: "Rooms are a lovely sight to behold, with beds so high I almost needed a running jump to reach, and draped in all manner of tactile decadence—velvet Bonn headboards, plump pillows embroidered with thistle motifs, and tartan blankets.

Helensburgh Advertiser: Cameron House by Loch Lomond was named among the best hotels in Scotland.Cameron House by Loch Lomond was named among the best hotels in Scotland. (Image: Google Maps)

"There are plenty of trad pursuits to blow away the cobwebs with, from fishing and country walks to spa treatments and two golf courses.

"Follow them up with afternoon tea in the gloriously golden lobby bar, or go the stiff option at the tartan-clad Great Scots’ Bar, home to over 300 whiskies.

"This is a spot where the whole crew can bed down too—wee ones are well catered for with dedicated menus (even for afternoon tea), pools and water slides in the onsite leisure center, plus a magical fairy trail to follow and gifted teddy bears to take home."

Find out more about the list on the Conde Nast Traveler website.