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Corran Lighthouse Lodge
Property: 5577 Argyll and Bute

Corran Lighthouse Lodge - The Lighthouse


Sleeps: 10 + cot
Pets Allowed: No
Smoking Allowed: No

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Situated on the shoreline of Loch Linnhe, the lighthouse, which is still in operation (without a fog horn!) was built in 1857 by Robert Louis Stevenson's father and Uncle.

The original lighthouse keepers' cottages have been converted into luxurious self catering accommodation comprising 5 spacious en-suite bedrooms (available as twin or super kingsize beds). Also inside are a large elegant lounge with wood burning stove, dining room with seating for 10 and charming country kitchen. Upstairs is a small reading room overlooking the loch. Outside is a private walled garden, parking and access to the beach.

The scenic backdrop to the Lodge is the dramatic West Highland hills and glens of Ardgour providing opportunity for many scenic walks and outdoor activities.

Ardgour is in the centre of an area known as Lochaber, which includes Fort William, Glencoe, Spean Bridge, Invergarry, Glenfinnan, Mallaig and the Ardnamurchan peninsula.

Also easily accessible are Oban, the Isle of Mull and Fort Augustus, which is situated at the bottom end of Loch Ness.



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Photographs
Living Room
Living Room
Kitchen
Kitchen
Kitchen
Kitchen
Main bedroom
Main bedroom


Accommodation & Facilities

Sleeps: 10
Bedrooms: 5
Cot Available: Yes

Pets Allowed: No. 
Smoking Allowed: No. 

Linen Provided: Yes. Full provision of bed linen and towels

Central Heating: No.
Fuel type: Oil

Open Fire: No.  Fuel type: Wood

Disabled Facilities: No. 

Outdoor Facilities: Yes. Large private walled garden and direct access to the loch beach

Local Services: Pub 100 yds walk away serving food. Small shop in Clovulin 5 minutes drive. Fort William 8 miles away.



Standard Rates

Low Season: January to March, November and December (excluding Christmas and New Year weeks) £1,135.00 per week.

Mid Season: June, September and October £1,635.00 per week.

High Season: July, August, Easter and October half term £2,195.00 per week.

Christmas and New Year: £2,995.00 per week.

Please contact us for availability and late booking discount




Directions

From the South West:
Travel North on the M6, continuing onto the M74.
Leave M74 at junction 4, joining M73 (signposted Glasgow).
At junction 2 branch left to join the M8.
Leave M8 at junction 30, and join the M898 (signposted Erskine Bridge).
After entering Clydebank, branch left merging onto Great Western Road - signposted A82.
Stay on the A82 (approximately 80 miles), two miles after the Ballachulish Bridge, turn left onto the A861 (signposted Corran Ferry).
Take the ferry across to Ardgour (the last ferry to Ardgour is 21.30).
After leaving the ferry, turn left and the Lighthouse can be seen from the road.

From Edinburgh
Take the M9 to Stirling and leave at junction 10, signposted Callendar and A84.
At Crianlarich join the A82 until North Ballachulish, here turn left onto the A861 (signposted Corran Ferry).
Take the ferry across to Ardgour (the last ferry to Ardgour is 21.30).
After leaving the ferry, turn left and the Lighthouse can be seen from the road.

The Corran Ferry timetable can be found at: [www.lochabertransport.org.uk]

By Bus:
National Express runs between Glasgow and Fort William.
There is a bus stop at Corran on the A82. Check with National Express for availability.

By Train:
Scotrail run between Glasgow and Fort William. From here you could hire a car or use a taxi to take you to the Corran Ferry.
The Lodge is a 2 minute walk from the ferry.



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