The Chapel

Summary: 

1 double bed (on the mezzanine decking), 1 bunk room with 3 bunk beds (sleeps 6), 1 bunk room with 1 bunk bed (sleeps 2), 2 baths, 1 cloakroom.

Overview: 

The old Chapel is positioned in the wild Victorian gardens of Corrour Lodge, right on the bank of Loch Ossian. It has been refurbished by famed interior designer Suzy Hoodless to create a 1950's style Scandinavian skiing cabin.

Featuring an Aga cooker and oven, as well as a wood-burning stove, the Chapel's kitchen and sitting area is the perfect place to unwind after a day outdoors.

It provides a whimsical and intimate setting adored not only by those looking for 'the unusual and extravagant', but also by those fancying a trip back in history, with a touch of luxuries from modern days.

Information: 

Cottage Layout

  • Former Catholic chapel – one large high room and a lower corridor of rooms.
  • Wall and ceiling clad with Victorian pine salvaged from the roof of St. Pancreas and papered with copies of The Scotsman dating form the 1950’s.
  • Fully equipped kitchen with electric AGA cooker, large and small fridge/freezers, dishwasher, microwave, extendable dining table.
  • Wood burning stove in the sitting section.
  • Comfortable superb quality bunk beds designed by Andy Knight with feather duvets.
  • Central and Part Under floor heating.
  • White towels, soap, toilet paper, kitchen towels and rolls and complimentary tea, coffee, and sugar provided!
  • Peaceful location 11 miles up a private track road from the main road turn off, train.
  • Station only 4 miles away.
  • Loch Ossian less than 15 meters away from back doorstep.

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