Corriegour Lodge Hotel is at the centre of The Great Glen, a geological fault-line famed for its wild and dramatic scenery, that cuts right across Scotland from Inverness in the east to Fort William in the west.
Along its length runs the Caledonian Canal, which links east and west coasts via a sequence of lochs including the famous Loch Ness and our own Loch Lochy. It is an ideal place for walking, cycling, pony-trekking, climbing, fishing, sailing and other watersports.
This gateway to the Highlands and islands is the perfect base from which to discover the beautiful, historic and unique Scottishness of the area. There’s something guaranteed to suit all interests, and within easy travelling distance. Castles such as Cawdor, Urquart, Tioram, Eilean Donan (above) stand as if in defiance of the passing years, while the mysteries of Loch Ness will remain just that for years to generations to come.
Other attractions include the National Trust for Scotland Centres at Glencoe, the Glenfinnan Monument and Inverewe Gardens, the Cameron, MacPherson and MacDonald Clan Centres, the West Highland line stream train, Clan visitor centres, Highland Wildlife Park and numerous golf courses.
Scotland’s newest ski development Aonach Mor can be easily reached,in under 20 minutes, by car, and the famous Whisky Trail takes the visitor to many of the distilleries in the area.
So whether you are looking for somewhere to spend that ‘special’ weekend break, or accommodation for a longer stay whilst discovering the delights of the Highlands of Scotland, we look forward to meeting you soon and help.