A former Victorian hunting lodge commanding outstanding views over Loch Lochy and set in six acres of mature woodland and garden within the ‘Great Glen’. With its own attractive private beach and jetty on the loch, as well as a fishing boat and the services of a private fishing school at its disposal, this is an obvious choice for keen anglers, as well as walkers and climbers, pony trekkers and sailors.
The reception hall at Corriegour Lodge is somewhat gloomy, but any negative first impressions are quickly dispelled when the proprietor, Christian Drew, comes on the scene. His friendliness and enthusiasm for the hotel he runs are infectious. The decoration throughout the rest of the hotel is cosy and pleasant, with a log fire in the sitting room and magical views over the loch from the large picture windows in the restaurant. Many of the comfortable bedrooms share the same view.
Food is an important element here – indeed, the hotel is Michelin reccomended. All meals are are of high quality, using good quality meat, fish and game. For dessert you could have cloutie dumpling with rum custard. The staff are genuine, friendly and always willing to help.