Corrour is a remote 57,000 acre Highland estate on the edge of Rannoch Moor. The nearest public road is 17 miles from our train station, Corrour – a stop in the middle of nowhere. Before the nineteenth century, it was a wilderness where shepherds summered their flocks of sheep and drovers took their cattle to market. Today, it is  a sporting estate that combines gentle and thoughtful land management with traditional Scottish values of hospitality and inclusivity.

A warm welcome awaits all guests and walkers. The lodge and eight holiday houses combine old-fashioned appeal with modern comforts – cosy rooms, roaring fires and plenty of hot water for your bath, too! We even have WiFi – though Corrour is perfect for a digital detox…

With beautiful landscapes, abundant wildlife, peaceful nights, and remarkable starscapes, Corrour is the ultimate wilderness escape.


Corrour is about experiencing Scottish wilderness in its natural glory all year round.

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We carefully manage our 57,000 acres to create natural habitats for many species of birds, deer and other animals.

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Environment Management

Management of the whole environment lies at the heart of what we do at Corrour, where we seek to encourage natural processes and gentle landscape restoration.

Download the environmental management plan here.

Renewable Energy

We have embraced hydro electric energy generation as a way of contributing to green energy targets whilst having minimal impact on Corrour’s exceptional Highland landscape.

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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