Station House



Corrour Station Restaurant and B&B Rooms are  re-opening for season on 25th March this year.

We look forward to welcoming you all soon!

We have been informed of some engineering works on the train line between 19th and 27th March, when the trains won’t be running. We will still be open from the 25th for our B&B guests and for anyone wishing to walk/cycle-in during the affected weekend, resuming our full service from  Monday 28th March.

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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.

We serve a range of home baking, soups, sandwiches and small selection of main meals as well as teas, coffees, hot chocolates, soft drinks, beer and wine. Whether you are looking for a quick drink before the train or a main meal after a day on the hills, we have something for you.

The Restaurant is usually open between March and October, 7 days a week. For further information, please email: Between end March and October, you can also call 01397 732 236.

Than you!


Corrour Station House is a cafe in a remote and beautiful place. At 1339 feet it is also the highest train station in the UK.

We’re located on the famous West Highland Line, at the end of Rannoch Moor. This is a nature lovers paradise and great for hiking or mountain biking.


As the Corrour station is not accessible by public roads, most of our customers either take the train or even walk.

The train ride is 50 minutes from Fort William or 3 hours from Glasgow Queen St. See the Scotrail website for the schedule.

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Our menu includes local venison, seasonal and vegetarian dishes. The bar serves spirits, liqueurs and locally-brewed beers.

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Corrour Estate Office, by Fort William, Inverness-Shire
Scotland, PH30 4AA – Map & Directions >
+44 (0) 1397 707

Corrour  Station Restaurant and B&B: +44 (0) 1397 732 236 –