The West Highland Line is one of the world's most beautiful railways. It passes through Scotland's finest scenery and stops at the UK's most remote railway station, Corrour.
Nestled at the foot of the mountain Leum Uilleim, the Station House Restaurant stands out against the dramatic landscape.
Only accessible by train or a twenty mile walk, the Station House offers weary walkers a place to relax by the fire, with a hearty home cooked meal or a delicious slice of home baking. We serve a selection of locally sourced beers that pair well with our popular Corrour venison, and other freshly prepared dishes. Finish off your meal with a wee dram of Corrour whisky, a blend made by the nearby Tomatin Distillery in the Monadhliath Mountains.
Popular with hill walkers and wildlife enthusiasts, Corrour has much to offer. For those wishing to explore the 57,000 acre estate, the Signal Box B&B is just across the tracks from the restaurant and provides charmingly unique accommodation.
Whether you are looking for a warming drink before the train or a main meal after a day on the hills, we endeavour to deliver Highland hospitality between March and October.
Corrour Station House
by Fort William
Tel: 01397 732236