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Corriechoille Lodge

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#15 of 24 B&Bs / Inns in Spean Bridge
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Corriechoille Lodge is a renovated 18th-century fishing lodge, situated amidst some of the most spectacular scenery in the Highlands of Scotland. It is a family run guest house, offering quality accommodation, personal service and home cooked food. All of our spacious rooms have en-suite bathrooms / shower rooms, and we have a drinks license.
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Magda P wrote a review Jun 2021
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After 2 days walk from Corrour Station we could not have imaged the better place to rest for the night.From the moment we were greeted by Lucy on our arrival until we said good bye we felt very lucky to have found this place. Both dinner and breakfast had made our stay even more special.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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dene2 wrote a review Sep 2020
Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom51 contributions57 helpful votes
We stayed here for two nights and found it lovely. The location is isolated and quiet, the food was absolutely fantastic, the hosts were friendly, and they had a rigorous covid-secure policy. As an older person, I felt completely safe there. We had a lovely walk in magnificent scenery straight from the door towards Grey Corries. We are already planning our return trip.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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spopey15 wrote a review Oct 2019
Sydney, Australia2739 contributions119 helpful votes
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First, a warning for those who don't have a car: Corriechoille Lodge is out of the way, about a kilometre up a rough wooded track from Spean Bridge. You need a car, and you also need to think about whether you want to drive this road at night after dark. Well, we had a car and were delighted with Corriechoille Lodge. It is a beauty. On arrival, Justin, the host, greeted us with a lovely cup of (proper leaf!) tea and excellent shortbread in the sitting room, and we marvelled at the pieces of artwork collected from around the world, the view of the garden, and the comfort. We settled in very well, and returned to this glorious sitting room for pre-dinner drinks in the evening. We had organised to have dinner every night of our stay of three nights. I'm very glad we did this, because, as mentioned, we didn't fancy the drive in to Spean Bridge or Fort William at night. Justin's partner, Lucy, prepares the meals, and oh boy, it is clear that she cares passionately about good food. These meals were the best we had on our trip of eight weeks. A sample: Starter of blue cheese souffle; main of chicken with venison chorizo; sweet of choc-almond torte with lemon/lime icecream. There is a different menu every nighgt, all beautifully presented, home cooked and with veggies grown in their garden. We were in food heaven. They have a licence to serve alcohol, too, so we were able to dine with wine. Worth every penny. Breakfast is a continuation of the care for good food - a fruit salad prepared from strawberries, blueberries, kiwifruit, pineapple and orange; lovely bread and homemade marmalade and jam (and I know my marmalade, so I recognise excellence!). Of course there were hot food options too. Corriechoille Lodge is a great base for walking; we did an uphill walk to find a local bothy. Being lazy, and keen photographers, we spent a lot of time stopping to marvel at the views and to take photos, watch butterflies, check out the plantlife and just to sit and absorb the peace. We never did find the bothy, but enjoyed the walk in itself so much that this didn't matter. Other walkers stay for more strenuous pursuits - bagging munroes or running up Ben Nevis(!). The garden and grounds are lovely too. There are chooks and ducks and an extensive vegetable garden, as well as a rambling walled garden with fruit trees and many perennial flowering plants. Being late summer/early autumn, there was a wonderful fading chaos in the plant life as it prepared for winter. Highly recommended if you're happy to be off the main tourist route for a short stay. Justin and Lucy are kind, quiet people, who will make your stay a pleasure to remember for ever.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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JDseabird wrote a review Jul 2019
Northumberland, United Kingdom54 contributions27 helpful votes
First off, this needs 10 stars, not 5! A beautiful location, seeming miles from anywhere and surrounded by hills but in fact only a couple of miles from the centre of Spean Bridge. Having driven along a narrow lane and turned onto an old drove road away from the river and up through woods, one rounds a bend and suddenly there is the Lodge, and a warm and friendly welcome from Justin and Lucy. Inside, the house is lovely and the room we had was enormous, very comfortable and restful: just what we needed after a very long drive! Two windows overlooked the garden (with free-range hens) to the mountains beyond. We were welcomed with tea/coffee and delicious home-made shortbread in the Sitting Room, in spite of there being a well-stocked hospitality tray in our room. It was these extra 'little touches' that made the stay so special. Things like the huge fluffy bath towels, matching hand towels and even flannels in the bathroom, colour-matched with the decor; the luxury locally-made Highland Soap Company Hebridean Seaweed toiletries (lush!)... Breakfast did not disappoint either. I (not normally a fan of things healthy and muesli!) just loved Justin's own blend home-made muesli, followed by a perfectly cooked breakfast. Corriechoille Lodge is slightly off the beaten track but well worth seeking out, and we just wished we had more than the one night to enjoy it better! Justin also makes some beautiful dishes and other useful items from wood he collects locally and turns, for sale to guests at very reasonable prices. I'm not quite sure how I managed to 'find' this during an online search for accommodation in the area, but I am so glad I did! We will definitely be back.
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Date of stay: June 2019
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Benjamin A O wrote a review Aug 2018
Glasgow, United Kingdom22 contributions8 helpful votes
Stayed here whilst exploring the Highlands. Breathtaking views, super quiet, amazing value, wonderful food, unpretentious and homely. Super clean and really well run by two marvellous owners that clearly put their heart and soul into it.
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Date of stay: August 2018
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Frequently Asked Questions about Corriechoille Lodge
What are some of the property amenities at Corriechoille Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Corriechoille Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Corriechoille Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Is Corriechoille Lodge accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.