The School House, as its name suggests, is the Lodge's former school room. Built in around 1890, it was one of the wings of the original lodge. Up to 18 children travelled from nearby settlements for schooling, some walking up to 15 miles a day! Along with The Chapel and Cook's House, the School House survived the great fire of 1942, which destroyed the Lodge.
Displaying some of the traditional features like the wood cladded walls, the double height ceilings and the original fireplace in the living room, this is a cosy property sleeping up to four.
An open plan sitting room and kitchen. Bathroom with shower above bath, twin bedroom and utility/store room.
Stairs lead to the first floor double bedroom, with walk-in wardrobe.
Given Corrour’s isolation, we recommend that guests arrive with plenty of provisions! Our nearest local shop is in Roy Bridge, just over twenty miles from Corrour village. There is also a Morrisons and a small Tesco in Fort William, which is a one-hour drive away.
At Corrour we are committed to the highest standards of environmental stewardship. We only use carefully-selected cleaning products and stock our cottages with environmentally-friendly washing-up liquid and natural linen tea towels. Guests come to Corrour to escape city life and to enjoy the natural wilderness. In keeping with this, none of our cottages have televisions or radios.