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Cottages

Nestling between lochs and hills

Due to extensive improvement works across all Corrour’s buildings, coupled with the unprecedented situation with the Covid-19 pandemic earlier this year, it is now unlikely that any of our cottages will  re-open this year, and some might not open till  spring time 2022 (TBC).

At this stage, our cottages’ booking system is temporarily suspended and we hope to start taking  bookings again in early 2022, TBC.

Corrour Station Restaurant and the Signal Box Rooms are now closed for the winter. We aim to reopen by 25th March 2022 and look forward to welcoming you back – please note no vehicular access is permitted, arrivals to Corrour station and signal box are only by train/on foot / push-bikes. The station team will be keeping an eye on their emails over the winter- to book the Signal Box Rooms direct, please get in touch via: stationhouse@corrour.co.uk ; alternatively please book via Airbnb.

SUSTAINABILITY  PROJECT – UPDATE:

Corrour has started an ambitious programme of sustainability improvements works across all its built properties.

Towards the end of 2021/early 2022, all our buildings, including the Lodge, the Station Restaurant, all the cottages and the staff houses will be powered and heated from our own hydroelectricity, as well as have capacity for 50 electrical car charging points across the properties.

These works will future-proof the electrical demands of the estate for the next 50+ years.

As the programme is expected to be quite invasive, sadly ALL OUR COTTAGES WILL BE CLOSED for the duration of the improvement works. 

CORROUR STATION RESTAURANT and the B&B Rooms at the SIGNAL BOX are usually open late-March to early November 2021.  

We apologies for any inconvenience caused and are already looking forward to welcoming you to a refreshed and more sustainable Corrour. 

 

Eleven miles down a private track, our secluded nineteenth-century, slate-roof stone cottages – originally built for estate workers – nestle between lochs and hills.  Recently renovated, they blend traditional features with modern comforts.

Some have original pine-clad walls and wooden floors, and most have open fireplaces or wood-burning stoves. Furnished with beautiful antiques, they are impeccably maintained.

Our houses sleep between three and eleven and are ideal for reunions, holidays, celebrations and team getaways.

 

We are following the government recommended Covid-19 cleaning protocol released by ASSC in June and our staff took a course designed to help owners and cleaners of self-catering properties.(to view our certificate click here

We are confident that our properties are safe to use, and delighted to be welcoming our guests back between July and mid-November his year (particularly as the cottages will be closed for most of 2021). 

You can find guest experiences at TripAdvisor.

Cook's Flat

Sleeps 3

Designed by Suzy Hoodless in a nineteenth-century chintz style, the Cook’s Flat has featured in many publications, including The Observer Magazine and Casa Vogue.

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School House

Sleeps 4

The School House, as its name suggests, is the Lodge’s former school room. Built in around 1890, it was one of the wings of the original lodge.

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The Steading

Sleeps 4

The Steading and Strathossian are Corrour’s most remote houses. Eight miles from the main road and three miles from Corrour village, they are the perfect get-away for those seeking total seclusion.

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Strathossian

Sleeps 8

The Steading and Strathossian are Corrour’s most remote houses. Eight miles from the main road and three miles from Corrour village, they are the perfect get-away for those seeking total seclusion.

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SGOR GHAIBRE

Sleeps 7

Built in 1861, it forms part of estate buildings complex at Corriecreagach and features original pine-clad walls and wooden flooring.

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The Chapel

Sleeps 10

The Chapel is in the Victorian gardens of Corrour lodge on the banks of Loch Ossian. A former Catholic chapel, it was refurbished by Suzy Hoodless to create an enchanting mix of past and present.

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Corrie Odhar

Sleeps 11

Corrie Odhar (‘the dun corrie’) is our largest cottage with warm and spacious rooms. On the banks of Loch Ossian, it has beautiful views of the loch and surrounding forests.

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Dolls house

Sleeps 3

This charming little cottage has been recently renovated with tastefully selected furniture and fittings, and is now proudly joining our letting properties portfolio.

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Corrour Estate Office, by Fort William, Inverness-Shire
Scotland, PH30 4AA – Map & Directions >
+44 (0) 1397 707 070enquiries@corrour.co.uk

Corrour  Station Restaurant and B&B: +44 (0) 1397 732 236 – stationhouse@corrour.co.uk