The Uk's remotest restaurant with rooms
Corrour Station House Restaurant and B&B rooms are now closed for the winter, re-opening for the season at the end of March 2024.
TABLE BOOKINGS ARE STRONGLY RECOMMMENDED!
For reservations, please either email: Stationhouse@Corrour.Co.Uk
To view our menu sample , please click here .
We warmly welcome our customers and daily visitors arriving by train, on foot or cycling in – a gentle reminder that vehicular access to Corrour Station is not permitted.
Corrour train station is the highest railway station in the UK, on the stunning West Highland Line. The Station House is accessible only by train or a twenty-mile walk.
The Station House Restaurant and Signal Box are usually open between end of March and end of October. !
We warmly welcome visitors with a roaring fire, comfy sofas and good homemade food. Children and dogs especially welcome, and we provide games, books, and playing cards to amuse both the young and the old.
We serve great Scottish food – home-made cakes, soups and sandwiches, and hearty mains – our venison burgers and venison stew are perennial favourites. Or you can stop by for a hot drink or warming Scottish whisky. We always have vegetarian options, too – please have a look at our ‘Menu‘ for further details.
You can find sweets, books, maps, woolly socks, postcards and other mementos – including our miniature Corrour teddy bears- in our little shop.
For further information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call direct on: 01397 732 236.
Please check the following links for the related media releases:
All The Stations – Behind the scenes at Corrour- Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=peSH6lzYAes&t=3s
All The Stations: Vicki Explores…. Rannoch Moor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z4U4Smtsdnc
All The Stations: Glasgow to Corrour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0sjQusDdevM&list=PL4PdgT_AV_nXshM-I7xjYpXG-C_2tH1W9&index=56&t=0s
STATION HOUSE RESTAURANT
Corrour Station House is tucked away in a remote, stunning and unique location in the West Highlands of Scotland and is only accessible by train or a twenty mile walk! We warmly welcome visitors from far and wide with a roaring fire, comfy couches, a relaxed atmosphere and good homemade food.Read More >