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This family owned and operated lodge was terrific. The lounge areas encourage guests to converse and relax by a lovely fire. The chef outstanding. The wait staff and hotel staff were all family members and they understand service. The private beach area was a wonderful...More
Only stayed one night on my way from Glasgow to Inverness because of my journey's itinerary. The Corriegour Lodge was a comfortable place but the real highlight here is the food. Ian is an excellent chef and very personable young man. Talking with him at...More
This place is fabulous and has great relaxed atmosphere. The owners are very friendly and helpful. The interior design is really elegant and classy. We stayed at the smallest room, but it was still comfortable and felt like home.
We requested some vegan options for...More
functional highland hotel, very friendly family run establishment, good food, good ambiance, bedrooms OK but hot, and because of the midges outside (mosquitoes) you cannot open the windows in the "hot months", I travel a lot and am finding Scotland becoming expensive for what you...More
The first thing to say is the restaurant i.e. its food is absolutely fantastic and so is service in this family run hotel.. The décor is of a different era even bearing in mind the history of the hotel. There is a coal fire in...More
The Lodge is about 10- 15 minutes drive from Spean Bridge and there are a couple of pubs/ bars there, but Fort William is about 10 minutes drive further on from Spean Bridge and for shopping or pubs you would be better off... More
The Lodge is about 10- 15 minutes drive from Spean Bridge and there are a couple of pubs/ bars there, but Fort William is about 10 minutes drive further on from Spean Bridge and for shopping or pubs you would be better off there.