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“Pinch yourself, it's true”

Corrour Station House
Ranked #1 of 1 Restaurants in Corrour
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $14 - $19
Cuisines: Scottish
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Good for: Special occasions
Dining options: Late Night, Breakfast, Delivery, Reservations
Description: Hidden away in the Scottish Highlands, Corrour Station House is one of the most remote restaurants in Scotland, as it is only accessible via train or on foot. After being welcomed by a roaring fire, we serve teas, coffees, homebaked goods, soups and filling Scottish-themed meals, including local venison. We cater for a large range of guests including hillwalkers, train enthusiasts and other visitors to this beautiful location. We are open 7 days a week, from 8.30am till 9pm, throughout the months of April to October. Closing date for the 2016 season is the 31st October. We will re-open in March 2017.
Reviewed March 16, 2013

We had missed the news about the new restaurant, so spent the long trek through the snow from Rannoch wondering how to kill 2h in the cold waiting for the train, as no one in their right mind would be opening up in a blizzard. Well Ollie and Lizzie clearly aren't in their right mind. Striding towards us out of the snow came a tall man with a tall dog: 'Are you heading for the restaurant: well I'm the chef and you can get tea in front of the fire, and I'll be back to cook'. Was this just hypothermia setting in? Inside an incredibly warm welcome, beautiful decor, Cairngorm dark ales, venison burgers with gorgeous relish. More guests from the hostel, bothy dwellers collecting spare clothes, then back into the chill just in time to get the last train south. It probably wasnt a dream but could have been. Can't wait to head back.

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Thank Andy W
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

When the train leaves you behind at Corrour Station, it really feels like you've been dumped in the middle of nowhere. But, we were all wrapped up and prepared for a jaunt around Loch Ossian. With lots of snow still around the kids had a great time. Suitably blasted by the wind, we arrived at the Station House ready for lunch. The young couple who run the place made us feel welcome. There was a roaring fire, great Malts and beers I'd never heard of! The food was really good - the kids polished odd their venison burgers, and some of ours! The haggis shepherds pie tasted warming and peppery with a smooth whisky sauce. Suitably stuffed, there was time for another wee jaunt, before enjoying the train journey back down the side of Loch Treig. It was well worth the train fare from Fort William. A great adventure!

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Reviewed March 9, 2013

What a challenge it was, to mount a wedding meal - and surrounding events through the day - in this beautiful location.
But at Corrour Station House Restaurant Lizzie and Ollie had prepared well, and the venue was comfortable and warm, and the service cheerful and efficient, with careful attention to the guests' every need.
I thoroughly enjoyed the meal, and now would love to visit again for a 'normal' event: I wish Lizzie and Ollie well in this ambitious venture!
I cannot comment upon value as I did not pay the bill! I was too busy to research these details, but the variety offered on the menu should comfortably meets all needs.

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Thank d_w_cottingham
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Reviewed March 8, 2013

I am honoured to say that I attended Corrour Station's first ever wedding and it was beautiful. Breathtaking scenery, yummy food and cosy room was topped off with little personal touches from Ollie and Lizzie throughout which made it uniquely special. A lot of love has clearly been put into this place and it shows. You must go!

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Thank SalJones_13
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Reviewed March 7, 2013

The Corrour Station House Restaurant was the ideal venue for our remote and rustic Scottish wedding. The location and scenery was stunning, the bedrooms were gorgeous and the wedding food was absolutely delicious. Lizzie and Ollie looked after our every need and did their utmost to ensure the day went according to plan. It was everything we had hoped for and we would not hesitate to recommend the restaurant to anyone looking for a unique and personal wedding experience.

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Thank Keri W
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