Coorie Doon, Coorie Doon, Old Banavie Road, Banavie, Fort William, PH33 7PZ
Call Es Tresidder on 07503 775874
OverviewThis beautiful timber cabin offers high quality accommodation in an area ideal for those who love the outdoors. Next to the road to the Isles the cabin offers easy access to world-class hiking, climbing, skiing, mountain biking, or simply enjoying the amazing view. Es, the owner, is an accomplished mountaineer and is happy to offer advice on how best to enjoy the area. Set on the Caledonian Canal (route of the Great Glen Way), Coorie Doon has stunning views of Ben Nevis, Loch Linnhe, Aonach Mor and the Mamores. The cabin is perfectly situated for the Great Glen Way, the West Highland Way, Nevis Range and the Glencoe Mountain Resort. It has two en-suite bedrooms, each sleeps three (double bed with a single bunk above). The open-plan kitchen and dining/sitting room are well equipped for self-catering and relaxing with WiFi, TV with DVD, iPod and CD player, plus reference books and maps. Outside, enjoy the mountain view from the deck or watch ships on the canal. Store canoes, skis & bikes in secure areas then come in to underfloor heating, a drying room and hot showers after a day of strenuous exercise. This accommodation is featured on our map of Loch Ness, Fort William and Inverness and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:6: 2x3 (each room has one double and a single bed)
Open:All year. Check in 4pm-10pm, check out 10am.
Price per night:From £100 ask for details
Booking:Phone or email to book.
Directions:On the A82 take the A830 signed for Mallaig, After about 1 mile, just after crossing the Caledonian Canal, turn right into Banavie, (B8004) then immediate left onto Old Banavie Road. Coorie Doon is the wooden cabin behind the willow tree on the uphill side of the road.
Public Transport:Nearest trains at Banavie Stn (5min walk). On bus routes no. 45 & 46.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
Coorie Doon in this cosy highlands cabin.
April 4th 2018
Perfect for a winter break or a summer exploring the highlands.
Stay at Coorie Doon wood cabin to be engulfed the romantic awe of stunning views: Ben Nevis, Loch Linnhe, Aonach Mor and the Mamores.
With easy access to the Nevis Range, Coorie Doon is the perfect base for a getaway to the Scottish Highlands, whether it be for winter sports, summer walking or climbing or just enjoying the stunning surroundings. And with drying and equipment rooms in the cabin, you’ll have somewhere secure to store your climbing gear, ski boots, mountain bikes, or any other equipment needed for your adventures!
Snow, sun and sauna in the Highlands
November 25th 2017
The snow has arrived on the West coast, grab yourself a bargain during the excellent weather this week.
Winter has arrived in the Western Highlands and the forecast looks amazing for next week! Come and enjoy some winter sunshine and snow. Coorie Doon, our self-catering cabin, has availability for the whole week at bargain prices. Sleeps six in two double rooms but special rates available for smaller groups.
Corrie Doon, near Fort William
October 5th 2017
..Talk about your Hygge..
Corrie Doon, near Fort WIlliam, is on the map of smaller hostels. And its a lovely wee thing. It is clearly a timber cabin both inside and out with a slight sense of Alpine style about it. Particularly as every exterior picture online shows the majestic mountains towering above it.
A timber cabin It sleeps 6 in 2 en-suite rooms and open plan communal area, not only with all the expected mod cons, but also underfloor heating and a sauna! Talk about your Hygge! Put your stripy woollen sock up and warm your hands on a cup of convivial.
I think you’d welcome it after you come down from the mountains. You’ve got easy access to some of Britain’s best skiiing, climbing, hiking and mounatin biking. So after a strenuous day of adventure you can retire, tired and content. There’s a secure store for your canoes, skis or bikes.
And then Ho! to the sauna.