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Corrour Station House

Corrour Estate, Corrour PH30 4AA, Scotland
+44 1397 732236
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  • Excellent92%
  • Very good5%
  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“venison” (41 reviews)
“black pudding” (4 reviews)
“sandwiches” (4 reviews)
Open Now
8:30 am - 9:00 pmAll hours
British, Scottish, Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
$$ - $$$
Corrour Estate, Corrour PH30 4AA, Scotland
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We visited here for lunch on Sunday 15th October 2017. What an amazing place! Wonderful staff and gorgeous food. We loved the venison stew and the sticky toffee pudding. Can't wait for a return visit. Would highly recommend.

Thank 70RCM
Reviewed 4 days ago

A really unique and pleasant stay at Carrour station, with many great long walks. The food at the restaurant including breakfast was very good and the staff were friendly and professional. I would recommend eating here and the stay. First time we had fish and...More

Thank helenmoore2015
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

In the remotest part of Scotland, which is also the remotest bit of Western Europe, on the vast expanse of Rannoch Moor there stands a single house, green and white wooden siding, indeed like an old station house, at Corrour Station, that serves such great...More

Thank murrayhiller
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This restaurant is absolutely incredible. It is set in the mountains next to the train station. It is useful if you are staying at the hostel down the track, but it is also worth visiting if you have some spare time on your journey towards...More

1  Thank Vedrina
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Step off the train into a “wilderness” and then into a lovely restaurant/bar. Great ambience which would have been even better if the fire had been lit to take the chill off a bit. Great choice for lunch though the soup delivered was not what...More

1  Thank Killeboy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you are up in Corrour this is well worth a stop. We had dinner before getting on the 9.20pm back to Fort William. The fireplace was very inviting after a long walk and we enjoyed a fantastic venison stew. Just a shame it’s not...More

Thank annie_bee14
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Corrour was a last minute idea for a walking trip. While waiting for the train back we had a few drinks in the station house. It's a cosy place for travellers and hikers to take a break, but I wouldn't mind spending a rainy afternoon...More

1  Thank AlexDeCeunynck
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Only accessable by train or a twenty mile walk, this restaurant is certainly worth the visit. Initially suspicious of what to expect after my experiences of railway food, I was pleasantly surprised by the high standard of food. Our party of twenty- two arrived for...More

Thank MissPicky1
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stopped for a drink and meal after beautiful walk around the Loch. Simple but tasty hearty food, just what you need after a day spent in the hills. Try the venison, it was absolutely amazing. Hopefully I will return very soon and get to stay...More

1  Thank 8munros
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We stayed 3 nights at the Signal Box Accommodations near the Station House, and spent our days hiking the nearby hills. We took our meals at the Station. Lovely location, carefully restored and expanded station house building, and a great kitchen. We ate breakfast, dinner,...More

Thank Dennis R
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s L
2 July 2015|
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Response from ob298 | Reviewed this property |
I am so glad that we were able to visit Corrour before the change of proprietor. I am sure that the cafe /restaurant will continue a great welcome good service and food to guests, esoecilaay to walkers while it is open for... More
A response to the (luckily very few) negative reviews, most recently of Bob F on April 2nd. Basically all bad reviews are about the same thing: a combination of limited opening times, few amenities on the station platform, the mandatory reservation for dinner and the possible consequences of showing up outside of those opening times or arriving much too late. Their reservation policy is very clearly stated everywhere and is basically the only policy that allows them to survive. For a place like that to be open to everybody at all times is simply impossible - others have tried and failed. I think it's brave and wonderful that this couple have taken on this endeavour and present a well thought-through approach. Other reviews say the proprietors are hospitable, warm and welcoming, and are known to help out where they can. The bad reviews are only from people that can't wrap their heads around what is needed to keep a special place like this open. Corrour isn't like any other restaurant and knowing exactly how many people will come and when is absolutely crucial for their survival (for example because they'd need to purchase a lot of things they'll have to throw away if nobody comes). Making exceptions will cause more exceptions. I totally understand people's disappointment but at the same time I don't think your reviews are fair - you knew this is a one of kind sort of place and could have easily tried to check the website, make a reservation, etc. Please also note that it isn't the proprietors' responsibility to help out travellers in need. The station is as remote as it gets and going there takes a bit of preparation. If you are stuck there and think there should be toilets and a vending machine - totally understandable, but that's a Scotrail issue, not something the hotel should be held responsible for. They have been known to go out of their way to help people out - but there are limits to what they can do if they want to keep a business going. I know this is not a question, but I really felt the need to express this. Please note that I am not in any way affiliated with Courrour Station House Restaurant/Hotel (I will stay there in May). I'm just somebody that reads other reviews, sees the heartfelt and long responses of the proprietors, has common sense and is sensitive to unfairness.
7 April 2015|
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Response from CSHR-Manager | Property representative |
Thank you for your overwhelming support guys! It really warms our hearts to see that people understand our challenges and our stance on the matters raised in the negative reviews we have received. The two of us work... More
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Restaurant Details

Rating summary
  • Food
  • Value
Average prices
USD 13 - USD 18
Lunch, Drinks, Breakfast, Dinner, Brunch
Restaurant features
Takeout, Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Accepts Credit Cards
Good for
View, Kids, Child-friendly, Local cuisine, Groups
Open Hours
8:30 am - 9:00 pm
8:30 am - 9:00 pm
8:30 am - 9:00 pm
8:30 am - 9:00 pm
8:30 am - 9:00 pm
8:30 am - 9:00 pm
8:30 am - 9:00 pm
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: Corrour Estate, Corrour PH30 4AA, Scotland
  • Location: Europe  >  United Kingdom (UK)  >  Scotland  >  Scottish Highlands  >  Corrour
  • Phone Number: +44 1397 732236
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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.
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