FORMER President of the United States of America, Barack Obama, was among the famous faces who paid a visit to the Loch Lomond area recently.

Cameron House Hotel hosted the 44th POTUS during the COP26 climate summit, which was due to conclude in Glasgow on Friday but saw negotiations continue until Saturday night.

A social media post shared by Cameron House said: "It was an honour to welcome world leaders to Cameron House during COP26, and we were delighted to host Barack Obama who took in the stunning sights of Loch Lomond while discussing how we can all do more to save our planet.

"At Cameron House, we're passionate about protecting the planet and preserving our natural environment for future generations.

"As part of our commitment, we have various sustainable practices in place to lessen our environmental impact.

"From an enthusiastic green committee to encourage green activity and drive change, to a robust recycling system, bee conservation initiative and electrical vehicle charging points."

The Loch Lomondside venue also welcomed Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, president of the Maldives, earlier this month and access to the hotel was restricted for five days “to manage security for guests attending a private event”.