Visit Scotland Rating

"As we waited by Loch Linnhe to board the Corran Ferry excitement levels reached an all time high, we could see the Corran Lighthouse and the lodge that was to be our home for the next few days...Today the lodge is a large self-catering house that's perfect for a family gathering..If you're struggling to find the perfect luxurious place to unwind with your nearest and dearest then Corran Lodge provides a beacon of hope for a fabulous holiday".  Scottish Field, February 2019

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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