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Save 15% on two-night luxury Breaks at Cameron House on Loch Lomond

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Discover the beauty of Loch Lomond this autumn and save 15% on two night breaks at Cameron House

Choose from one of our exclusive newly refurbished guestrooms or suites to reflect your style. After a sumptuous nights’ sleep, enjoy a leisurely breakfast and take full advantage of our first class leisure facilities throughout your stay.

This Cameron House offer includes:

  • Two nights accommodation in a luxury bedroom
  • Breakfast on both mornings
  • Swim, sauna, steam or gym – the choice is yours with complimentary access to our Leisure Club throughout your stay.

Costs From £189 per room, per night (Availability: September during October 2017)

For more information call our reservations team on 01389 310 777 or email

More details available online at:


Editor’s Note:

Cameron House is a stunning five star Scottish Baronial Mansion on the banks of Loch Lomond. The Hotel features 136 luxury bedrooms including 26 luxury suites including traditional four poster Whisky Suites to contemporary suites with private balcony and stunning views looking out over Loch Lomond. The Csmeron House Resort has six unique dining experiences ensuring guests have a choice of restaurants to match the occasion. For a more formal dining experience our Michelin star restaurant, Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond is a must. In addition the resort has an 18-hole Championship golf course, a luxury resort spa with rooftop infinity pool and a range of outdoor pursuits.

Final Phase of Multi-Million Pound Refurbishment at Cameron House Unveiled

Scottish five-star resort, Cameron House, has today revealed its newly refurbished bedrooms and suites following completion of its £4 million investment.

The 136 bedrooms, including 26 suites, have all been fully refurbished to offer a contemporary, luxury look while retaining the warm and inviting atmosphere guests have always enjoyed at Cameron House.
The design scheme takes inspiration from the hotel’s stunning surroundings, injecting a Scottish flavour with contemporary nods to tartan and layered paisleys throughout the rooms.

The completion of the bedrooms marks the end of a 12 month refurbishment plan at Cameron House. The year-long project has included a revamping of the food and beverage offering along with the hotel’s other public spaces, and the addition of the new Great Scots Bar Terrace, which offers a stunning open-air space overlooking Loch Lomond.
The interior design gives the rooms a rich, colourful and opulent feel, by adding bold reds, including mixed eclectic furnishings and accessories that use a mixture of warm copper, bronze and antique brass fittings. Luxurious touches include fabrics from Osborne & Little, bespoke carpets from Gravity Flooring and upholstery from Zoffany with the main focal point in every room being the sumptuous handmade leather sleigh beds by Paton Developments.

“It’s fantastic to finally see the culmination of this exciting multimillion-pound investment,” says Resort Director, Andy Roger. “We hope guests will agree the new-look bedrooms now match the investment made throughout the resort, ensuring we continue to deliver a truly luxurious experience that offers guests only the best standards and showcases our hotel and its stunning location.”


Cameron House is a five-star resort situated on the banks of Loch Lomond. It offers a range of amenities, from Michelin star dining, seaplane trips and loch cruises to the ultimate relaxation spa and golf days. To find out more visit:


About Cameron House

Located on the banks of Loch Lomond, Cameron House is a Scottish five-star luxury resort. Situated where the Highlands meets the Lowlands, yet only a short drive from Glasgow, the resort is an escape from everyday life; hidden, exclusive yet accessible.

In addition to the baronial mansion house hotel, Cameron House is home to four restaurants, including the Michelin-starred Martin Wishart on Loch Lomond, an 18-hole Championship Golf Course, award-winning spa with rooftop infinity pool and offers a range of outdoor pursuits including sea plane rides. With 136 guest rooms including 26 suites enjoying views across the loch and Trossachs National Park, cosy interiors and warm Scottish hospitality complete the experience.

The unique setting of Loch Lomond makes Cameron House Resort the perfect wedding venue. Weddings can be tailored to specific requirements and can cater for intimate celebrations or larger events for up to 220 guests.
For meetings and conferences, Cameron House Resort provides a flexible offering in a memorable setting. With meetings rooms in a variety of formats there is an extensive corporate offering, including a range of team building and social activities.

The resort’s recent awards include:
• General Manager of the Year – Scottish Hospitality Awards 2017
• Romantic Hotel of the Year – Scottish Hospitality Awards 2017
• Scotland’s Best Spa Resort – Scottish Outdoor and Leisure Awards 2016
• Best five-star hotel – CIE Tours 2016
• Best Luxury Resort Spa for Scotland – World Luxury Spa Awards 2016


Save 15% on two-night luxury breaks at Cameron House Hotel

Save 15% on a two-night break at five-star Cameron House Hotel on the beautiful banks of Loch Lomond.


Enjoy the great outdoors, try a new activity together or simply soak up the scenery with a walk along the shores of Loch Lomond before selecting from our range of award winning restaurants for a delicious meal.


A short break at Cameron House is the perfect opportunity to enjoy quality time together. Your time with us can be as relaxed or exhilarating as you choose, with a wide range of activities on offer your can be sure there is something for everyone this Spring.




  • Two-nights accommodation in a luxury bedroom
  • Breakfast on both mornings
  • Swim, sauna, steam or gym the choice is yours with complimentary access to our Leisure Club throughout your stay.


From £179 per room per night




Or call the reservations team on 01389 310 777 or email


Terms and conditions
15% off Advance Purchase Rate. Minimum of two-nights accommodation in a classic bedroom. Full prepayment at time of booking, this is non-transferable and non-refundable. Subject to availability.

Martin Wishart Dining Experience at Cameron House Hotel

Immerse yourself in the ultimate indulgence and experience one of the UK’s most highly acclaimed dining venues. Take a journey through Cameron House sampling every detail we have to offer, including the wonders of the six-course tasting menu at Michelin Star restaurant Martin Wishart. Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond is elegant and stylish, but relaxed where guests can enjoy an exceptional fine dining experience and the spectacular mountainside beauty of Loch Lomond.


Your experience includes:


  • Overnight accommodation in a luxury loch view bedroom at Cameron House Hotel
  • Six-course tasting menu at Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond. During your dinner enjoy a half bottle of Champagne per couple.
  • Full Scottish breakfast in the Cameron Grill
  • Swim, sauna or steam the choice is yours with unlimited access to our Leisure Club throughout your stay

From £219 Per person


Book online, call 01389 310 777 or email


Terms and conditions

Based on two adults sharing. Offer available Wednesday – Friday only and subject to availability . Six-course Tasting Menu including a half bottle of champagne at Martin Wishart at Loch Lomond. Offer can’t be used in conjunction with any other offer and is non transferable and non refundable.

Luxury Spa Escape at Cameron House Hotel

Cameron House Hotel on Loch Lomond has just released a special package for Spa lovers.


If you are needing to recharge and rebalance, this is a great opportunity to revisit the hotel and enjoy an afternoon at The Carrick Spa which is one of the best in the country and boasts incredible views from its outdoor Jacuzzi.



  • Overnight accommodation in a classic bedroom
  • Glass of Prosecco on arrival
  • Choice of a 25-minute treatment at The Spa, including the Thermal Experience
  • Enjoy a three-course fine dining experience in the Cameron Grill
  • Access to our Leisure Club
  • Full Scottish Breakfast


The whole package from only £165 Per person

To book please click here, call 01389 310 777  or email

To speak to a member of the Spa team for extra information on treatments available please email







Cameron House announces partnership with Scottish photographer Colin Prior

The beautiful Cameron House Hotel in Loch Lomond announced a partnership with a top landscape photographer Colin Prior for an exhibition aiming to showcase the region’s stunning landscape.

The exhibition is part of the hotel’s refurbishment plans, it is named ‘Quinuituq’ (meaning deep patience) and it will run at the hotel until May 2017 and features 12 photographs from around Scotland, including some of Loch Lomond.

The phase two of the £4 million refurbishment will create a new outdoor terrace showcasing the breathtaking views across Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. It is due to complete in May 2017.

Andy Roger, resort director said: “We have one of the most stunning views on our doorsteps, so it seemed only fitting to work with Colin Prior who is renowned for his stunning photography of Scotland’s landscapes. What better way to replace the view for the next two months while our refurbishment is underway.”

To generate awareness to the exhibition, Cameron House launched a social media campaign to give away one of the photographs via a competition across Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Entrants must submit their best landscape pictures from across Scotland and share them with Cameron House using the hashtag #CHlandscapes.

Colin Prior himself will pick the winning entry on Friday 30 April.

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Cameron House on Loch Lomond will have a Loch-Side Terrace

A brand new outdoor terrace is being created to showcase the unique panoramic views from the hotel and will offer guests a greater connection with the natural beauty of the area. Phase two of the refurbishment is due to be completed in May 2017, it includes a redesign of the hotel’s bedrooms.

The new terrace will act as both an alfresco bar area and an outdoor events space. Frameless glass balustrading to the terrace will ensure views are maximised, with a covered timber deck creating a warmth to the space both from within and when viewed from the surrounding areas. The existing glazing will also be replaced, with doors opening out on the terrace and larger expanses of glass introduced, giving a minimal, contemporary feel.

Phase two of the refurbishment will see Cameron House invest a further £1 million into the resort. Cameron House invested £3 million earlier this year as part of phase one of their ongoing refurbishment, which focussed on revamping the food and beverage offering, including The Cameron Grill and new cocktail bar, along with the hotel’s other public spaces.

Andy Roger, Resort Director said: “We are continuing to invest in Cameron House and are committed to making it the ultimate luxury destination in Scotland. We are truly privileged to have a unique setting that boasts such an abundance of natural beauty. The terrace will bring an exciting new dimension to our offering, with guests able to relax outdoors and take in the stunning panorama.”

The new terrace will accommodate 60 seated or 120 standing and access will be through the Great Scots Bar or via a staircase at the front of the hotel.

Multimillion Pound Refurbishment For Cameron House Hotel

Scottish five-star resort, Cameron House, has revealed the results of a £3-million refurbishment in what the resort has announced is the first stage of a year-long multimillion-pound renovation. This initial phase has focussed on revamping the food and beverage offering along with the hotel’s other public spaces.

Situated on the southern banks of Loch Lomond, Cameron House boasts five dining options. At the heart of the hotel, Cameron Grill – Cameron House’s fine dining establishment – has been refreshed with new interiors. Light, fresh neutral tones now help create a welcoming space that envelops but at the same time makes the most of its iconic views.
Thanks to the appointment of a new chef and sommelier, the restaurant also has a new menu and wine list to complement the new surroundings. Celebrating the best home-grown produce from a number of local suppliers, wines selected from all over the world now allow for the perfect food and wine pairing.

Whilst the creation of a new cocktail bar and menu adds another level of glamour to the restaurant, the Great Scots Bar also now makes the most of the hotel’s location with additional tables and new seating overlooking the loch.
Elsewhere, the public spaces – including the swimming pool and meeting rooms – have been upgraded most notably with four statement chandeliers giving the reception a brighter, lighter feel.

Overlooking the enhanced marina at the water’s edge meanwhile, the Boathouse restaurant has been updated with refreshes made to its signature New England style. With the light reflecting off the water lifting this bright, breezy space, it’s the perfect foil for a menu that celebrates the best of classic dishes and local seafood that can be enjoyed inside or outside on the deck.

“This work represents the start of an exciting multimillion-pound investment,” says Resort Director, Andy Roger. “We feel the changes celebrate the resort’s setting and bring a new level of luxury to our offering. Our new-look interiors match the warmth of our hospitality, and with more spaces for visitors to sit, press pause and enjoy a taste of Scotland, the feedback from our guests has been overwhelmingly positive.”

Cameron House is a five-star resort situated on the banks of Loch Lomond. It offers a range of amenities, from Michelin star dining, seaplane trips and loch cruises to the ultimate relaxation spa and golf days. To find out more visit:

The Boathouse overlooking the marina

The Boathouse at Cameron House

Great Scots Bar at Cameron House

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The Spa at Cameron House Hotel wins World Luxury Spa Award for 2nd year running

The Spa at Cameron House Hotel in Loch Lomond has scooped a World Luxury Spa Award for the second year running. Declared Best Luxury Resort Spa for Scotland, voted by industry consultants and hotel guests, the spa has been recognised for its world class facilities and excellent customer service, solidifying its reputation as one of the finest spa destinations in the UK.

General manager of The Spa Claire Edkins said: “This award is particularly special to us as it was voted for by our industry peers and guests – recognition at that level is something that is earned through time and I thank my entire team for their contribution to this process.

“They relentlessly work with such passion and dedication, and have helped us make The Spa a globally-renowned destination.”

Located on the banks of Loch Lomond, The Spa at Cameron House Hotel is famed for its idyllic surroundings and lochside views from the rooftop infinity pool. It has 17 treatment rooms including a VIP couple’s room with mineral bath, steam room and private balcony, as well as a rasul mud chamber with steam room and a relaxation suite.

This is the second year The Spa at Cameron House has been crowned Best Luxury Resort Spa by the World Luxury Spa Awards, with the spa also receiving the accolade in 2015 alongside Luxury Spa of the Year from the Luxury Travel Guide; Spa of the year at the Scottish Hair and Beauty Awards; and Best Day Spa Scotland, Best for a Spa Day Scotland and Best for Spa Breaks Scotland at The Spa Traveller Awards.

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The Stylish Whisky and Cinema Suites at Cameron House Hotel

Cameron House Hotel’s signature suites are bound to delight whisky and cinema lovers.


The highland theatre doesn’t stop at breathtaking scenery. The drama continues as you enter your room. A warm, safe and snug haven from the elements, an elegant blend of contemporary design with a graceful nod to the Loch’s wild and baronial past.


The Whisky Suite
Whisky galore. Your hideaway in a space inspired by local legendary distillers. Snuggled up on a four-poster bed and living like a laird you will be loving every minute. A not so wee dram and a good book by the bed and over 200 more waiting for you in the Whisky Bar. As laird of your own private hide-out, it would not be prudent to venture out, a steak well-done and a swift delivery from room service.

  • All standard bedroom inclusions
  • En-suite bathrooms – providing a bath with shower
  • Fluffy bathrobes
  • Plasma TV
  • Free broadband
  • Safety deposit box
  • Hairdryer
  • Tea / coffee making facility
  • Iron and ironing board



The Cinema Suite

A spacious, striking suite and as implied by the name this rooms offers two separate television viewing areas, each containing a large flat screen television and an abundance of soft furnishing. The décor one again is of a contemporary Scottish fashion and the bathroom is beautifully appointed featuring dual sinks, separate roll top bath and wet room with monsoon shower heads. Similarly with other categories the room also offers arran arromatic bathroom amenities, spring water and hospitality tray. Iron, ironing board, hairdryer, satellite TV and in room safe. Complimentary high speed internet access.  For your entertainment these suites have a selection of magazines.

  • All standard bedroom inclusion
  • En-suite bathrooms – providing a bath with shower
  • Fluffy bathrobes
  • Plasma TV
  • Free broadband
  • Safety deposit box
  • Hairdryer
  • Tea / coffee making facility
  • Iron and ironing board




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Cameron House Hotel’s recommended local activities and attractions

Luxury Scotland Hotels are situated in exceptionally beautiful areas of Scotland. Each property also benefits from being a short distance away from a number of local activities and tourist attractions. Below you will find a number of activities and attractions recommended by Cameron House Hotel in Loch Lomond.


Loch Lomond Aquarium. Distance: 69 miles

Situated on the shores of Loch Lomond, this aquarium provides family fun in an indoor environment – so it’s an ideal place to visit in bad weather. The facility takes guests on a journey from the Scottish coastline to the depths of the ocean, introducing them to an array of creatures along the way. This interactive aquarium puts visitors face-to-face with Scotland’s largest shark collection (and the country’s only shark nursery), lets them hold a crab or starfish at the Rockpool Experience, introduces them to the beauty of stingrays, and provides access to the only giant sea turtle in Scotland. Not to be missed are the aquarium’s playful otters.

Blair Drummond Safari Park. Distance from Cameron House: 24.55 miles
This family-friendly property allows guests to get up close with dozens of animals, from bears to zebras and everything in between. Activities include wild animal reserves, a boat trip around Chimp Island, sea lion shows, birds of prey demonstrations, a petting zoo, paddle boats, a playground, and a variety of rides and attractions. (Closed in winter months)


Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Hill House. Distance from Cameron House: 4.51 miles
Charles Rennie Mackintosh (1868-1928), an architect, designer and artist, is today celebrated internationally as one of the most significant talents of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He was born in Glasgow, which is where the majority of his work can be found. In 1902 he was commissioned to design Hill House – the house, its gardens, much of its furniture, and all the interior fittings. Hill House is now in the care of The National Trust for Scotland, and its original furniture, fittings and designs have been reinstated or restored.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Distance: 15.91 miles
Kelvingrove is Scotland’s premier museum and art gallery, and it’s one of the country’s most popular free attractions. Its 22 galleries are home to 8,000 objects that focus on natural history, arms and armor, and art from several periods of history. The museum is noted for its magnificent historic organ; free recitals take place daily.


Dumbarton Castle. Distance: 7.4 miles
Dumbarton was the center of the ancient kingdom of Strathclyde from the fifth century until 1018, and it was an important royal refuge. This is where William Wallace, the hero of Braveheart, was imprisoned before his journey to London for execution. The castle is noted for its artillery fortifications and its governor’s home, a Georgian residence that houses artifacts that have been found in the castle.

Inveraray Castle. Distance: 23.74 miles
Located in the picturesque village of Inveraray, this castle is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, Chief of the Clan Campbell. It was the first castle of its size and type to be built on Scotland’s west coast. Visitors can explore its historical rooms as well as its gardens and grounds.

Stirling Castle Distance: 26.68 miles
One of Scotland’s grandest castles due to its imposing position and impressive architecture, Stirling Castle towers over some of the most important battlefields of Scotland’s past, including Stirling Bridge, the site of William Wallace’s victory over the English in 1297, and Bannockburn, where Robert the Bruce defeated the English in 1314.



Historic Helensburgh
Drive out of Cameron House towards The Carrick. At the roundabout turn left towards Helensburgh. John Logie Baird, the inventor of the television, was born in Helensburgh. It is also the birthplace of Deborah Kerr (star of “The King and I”), Take a relaxing wander along the front for an ice-cream.

Inveraray Jail Distance: 23.24 miles The jail is a living history museum at which docents portray life in a 19th century prison. These costumed characters interact with guests, who get to talk to prisoners, meet with the warder, see what cell life was like, sample the punishments, witness a courtroom trial and browse a variety of artifacts. Considered one of Scotland’s most haunted locales, the Jail also offers opportunities to participate in ghost-hunting and paranormal investigations.

National Wallace Monument.Distance: 33.5 miles
This monument to the real “Braveheart,” William Wallace, is located just outside the city of Stirling and overlooks the scene of Scotland’s victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. The monument tells the story of Wallace, who’s known as a patriot, martyr and the “Guardian of Scotland.” He earned fame for uniting the clans of Scotland in their struggle for independence from English rule in the late 13th century. Guests can climb to the top for a breathtaking view that encompasses everything from Ben Lomond to Edinburgh.

Rob Roy Visitor Centre. Distance: 30.1 miles
Located in the city of Stirling, this center celebrates the life of Rob Roy MacGregor, a clan leader, cattle trader and ultimately Scotland’s most notorious outlaw. The Centre is located at the gateway of his Trossachs homeland, where he became a hero to his people.

Inchmahome Priory: Drive towards Aberfoyle and you will see a sign for Lake of Menteith. There is a lovely white hotel on the left and you follow the sign for Inchmahome Priory. The priory was established around 1238. Short boat journey across the loch onto the island.

Glencoe Visitor Centre: Drive out of Cameron House towards The Carrick. Follow road towards Crianlarich. Through Tyndrum (Green Welly Shop worth a pit stop), follow for Glencoe and the Visitor Centre. The most famous Scottish glen is also one of its most dramatic, with forbidding mountains, thundering waterfalls and sparkling lochs. Internationally famous for its amazing landscape, its natural and cultural heritage; the scenery of Glencoe has been fashioned by millions of years of geological and geomorphologic processes is now regarded as some of the finest ‘wild’ landscape in Scotland. The drama is also reflected in Glencoe’s history, both real and imagined – myths, massacre and movies are all now part of the fabric of this magical, mysterious place.



People’s Palace, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Riverside Transport Museum, the Burrell Collection, Scotland Street School, St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art, Provand’s Lordship,Gallery of Modern Art (all free). Bus Tours of Glasgow are also available.



Glengoyne Distillery.Distance: 9.53 miles
Glengoyne is one of the leading premium malt whiskies in the world. An award-winning malt, it’s the product of an unconventional process, remarkable ingredients, and the pride and passion of the tenth generation of distillers who make it. Tours range from a simple walk around the distillery to tastings and master classes in which participants blend their own whisky. An on-site shop sells not only whisky, but also a variety of collectibles.

Scottish Wool Centre. Distance: 20.7 miles
Located in the town of Aberfoyle, a gateway to Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, the Wool Centre sells all types of woolen goods, from cashmere to Harris Tweed. To keep guests entertained, the center offers a thrice-daily dog demonstration, in which canine competitors round up ducks rather than sheep.

Loch Lomond Shores: Scotland’s most spectacular visitor destination, combining the beautiful environment with an outstanding mixture of leisure and shopping experiences overlooking the majesty of Loch Lomond at Balloch. The site is open all year round with access to enjoy the stunning scenery all day – every day! The Buildings are open daily from 10am.
Glengoyne Distillery: Glengoyne is a distillery like no other. It’s as pretty as a picture, with its whitewashed walls and pagoda roof nestling into the bottom of Dumgoyne Hill, the famous volcanic plug that shimmers like a far-off mirage to the good folk of Glasgow.

It is a happy, thriving community, home to tenth generation distillers who cut no corners and never waver from the methods passed to them by their forefathers. It is also the trailblazer in offering seriously entertaining, in-depth visits to whisky experts and beginners alike. There is something for everyone here and, in the words of Richard Grindall in The Spirit Of Whisky “there can be no better place on earth to sit and take a glass of malt whisky”. Glengoyne provide tours of the distillery along with courses lasting between 60 mins to 2 hours.

David Marshall Lodge: Drive through Balloch towards Stirling, following the road for 25 mins (approx). Take road towards Aberfoyle. Drive past the shops etc and follow the steep hill veering to the right over Dukes Pass. You will see the opening for the David Marshall Lodge on the right. Relax and enjoy the spectacular views, stroll to the waterfall, visit the Red Squirrel Hide or swing through the trees with ‘Go Ape’ – the choice is yours. There’s also a cafe with panoramic views, a well-stocked shop full of Scottish goodies, clothing and souvenirs, and all the information you need to explore the Forest Park. Three Lochs Drive/Loch Drunkie: Back onto Dukes pass and turn right. Near the top of this hill there is a drive on the right called the Three Lochs Drive through the Queen Elizabeth Forest (rough road) there are short walks within.

Loch Katrine: Drive down the Dukes Pass towards Loch Achray, sign on left for Loch Katrine. Experience the ever changing Trossachs landscape throughout the varying seasons on board the classic and elegant steamship the ‘Sir Walter Scott’, the cruiser ‘Lady of the Lake’, or the latest arrival, the ‘MacGregor of Glengyle’. Each sailing offers a different Loch Katrine experience.

Callander, Lubnaig, Balquidder: Drive towards Callander and you will come to a Y fork just before Callander. Take the right fork for Callander or take the left fork for Loch Lubnaig. In 5-6 miles you will see sign for Balquidder. Drive along a single track road for approx 3 miles and you will come to an ancient church which is the site of Rob Roy’s grave. Come back onto main road and head towards Lochearnhead (2miles approx). North from Lochearnhead will take you over Glenogle (5-6 miles) turn right into Killin (Falls of Dochart). Retrace steps but carry on straight towards Crianlarich, turn left towards Glasgow and this will bring you back to Loch Lomond.


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