The Steading and Strathossian are Corrour’s most remote cottages. Eight miles from the main road and three miles from Corrour village, they are the perfect get-away for those seeking total seclusion.
The Steading, originally built as a stable in 1904, is the annex to Strathossian. It is sheltered by a small wood and overlooks the banks of Loch Ghuilbinn. The cottage, which sleeps four, in two bedrooms, has unrivalled views of the spectacular surrounding landscape and loch, and is often visited by grazing deer in the early mornings and late evenings.