Set within the “village” of this working estate this is a charming, atmospheric traditional estate building.
Think of original tongue and groove clad walls, pitch pine features, wood burning stove and you will begin to feel the appeal. It is semi detached from Sgor Choinnich and the two houses together are perfect for larger groups. Beautifully restored this cottage has all the charm of history combined with the luxuries of today and sitting where it does with at the back of the estate village beside a burn and trees it gives you a perfect rural retreat.
The bedrooms, as with all Corrour houses, are simple, stylish and have the most delicious beds and linen- you will sleep well here after a day on the hills and the sound of the burn or wind in the trees as your main accompaniment.
The estate itself is there for you – thousands of acres of wild land – an inspiration to see with its wildlife and landscapes. Fishing and other activities can be arranged if required.
For other properties on the beautiful and remote Corrour Estate here are our selection for you:
sleeps 3, The Steading
sleeps 4, Strathossian
sleeps 8, Sgor Choinnich
sleeps 8, The Capel
sleeps 10 and Corrie Odhar
New Year Week - anyone booking the house for this week it is mandatory that they travel by 4 x 4 - It must be stressed that a standard car will not be suitable in winter weather conditions.