Visit Scotland Rating

"We had the most wonderful family gathering at Corran over Easter. Corran really is a very special place. The children were laughing with delight before they even got out of the car at the sight of the lighthouse! It's in a perfect spot - quiet as it's a short ferry ride from mainland. We saw seals, otters, stag and sheep just wandering around much to the delight of all. Spectacular scenery and so much to do including some great walks. So miraculous is Corran that the children couldn't be bothered with phones and ipads - preferring to play in the garden, or on the beach. The house itself is great - beautifully decorated and extremely comfortable, with plenty of space.. and everything works a dream.. We were all truly sad to leave and cannot wait to go back! As you can tell - we totally fell in love with Corran"  The Dalbys, March 2018











Luxury self catering holiday accommodation, Fort William


Corran Lighthouse Lodge is situated on the shoreline of Loch Linnhe, a beautiful tidal sea loch on the West Coast of Scotland near Fort William.  Accommodating up to 10 guests in five en-suite bedrooms the Lodge is at the gateway to the magical Ardnamurchan peninsula.  From the Lodge there are fabulous views down Loch Linnhe across to the magnificent Glencoe mountain range and Ben Nevis. 

Lighthouse Keepers Cottages

The Lodge is converted from the original lighthouse keepers' cottages into luxurious self catering holiday accommodation providing 5 double or twin en-suite bedrooms, a large elegant lounge with wood burning stove and a charming country kitchen.  

The large private walled garden is perfect for barbecues and has direct access to the beach.  There are excellent amenities in the village of Ardgour and nearby Fort William.

A Working Lighthouse

Corran Lighthouse was built in 1860 by Thomas and David Stevenson, father and uncle to Robert Louis Stevenson. The Lighthouse is still working, albeit without the fog horn and is operated by the Northern Lighthouse Board.




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