A HOTEL based near Balloch has been evacuated after workers received a “threatening message”, police have said.

Cameron House was searched extensively by officers on Monday evening but nothing of concern was found.

Members of the public were let back into the hotel shortly after.

A spokesperson for Police Scotland said: “Officers are investigating following a threatening message received by a premises near Loch Lomond, Alexandria, on Monday, 15 November, 2021.

“Specialist officers attended and the premises was evacuated while extensive searches were carried out.

“These were negative for anything of concern and members of the public have been permitted access back to the premises. Enquiries remain ongoing.”

Cameron House recently reopened after a fatal fire killed guests Simon Midgley and Richard Dyson four years ago.  

Cameron House Resort admitted to health and safety failings over the fire and was also fined half-a-million pounds.