Corran Bunkhouse, Corran Ferry Approach Road, Onich, Fort William, PH33 6SE
Call Alan & Halina on 01855 821000
OverviewCorran Bunkhouse 5 star accommodation is situated in a stunning lochside location surrounded by mountains in the magnificent Highlands of Scotland, 8 miles south of Fort William and 7 miles north of Glencoe. The Corran Bunkhouse is made up of two fully equipped self-catering bunkhouses which between them can offer comfortable accommodation for up to 41 people. One bunkhouse sleeps 12 ( plus 9 in an annexe) and the other sleeps 20 making Corran Bunkhouse an ideal base for small and large groups. Individual travellers are welcome and the room sizes make the bunkhouse ideal for family groups. All bedrooms have a TV and en suite facilities. There are fully equipped kitchen/dining areas, drying rooms, central heating, laundry facilities, private parking and a steam room situated in the smaller bunkhouse. Children are welcome. Group discounts. Come and enjoy the many outdoor activities available in the area such as climbing, walking, canoeing, kayaking, cycling and mountain biking. This accommodation is featured on our map of North East Highlands of Scotland and here is its own website.
Rooms & Beds:41: 11x2, 2x3, 2x4, 1x5
Open:All year. Check in 4 - 9.30pm.
Price per night:£27.50pp. £25pp groups. £40 single occupancy (Nov.- March)
Booking:Advisable but not necessary - major credit cards accepted.
Directions:On the Onich side of the Corran Ferry, 8 miles south of Fort William. Turn onto A861 Corran Ferry Road from A82. Bunkhouse on the left before slipway.
Public Transport:Trains at Fort William (8 mile bus or taxi ride to hostel). Regular buses toward Fort William from the south and from Inverness stop 100m from hostel (ask for Corran Ferry). Check the Citylink website for bus details.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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Silver award holder of the Green Tourisum award
September 3rd 2019
In a lochside location next to Corran Ferry, Corran Bunkhouse is ideal for individuals or groups. Used by tourists, families, skiers, walkers, climbers, fishermen/women, canoeists and kayakers.
In the heart of the Lochaber area of Scotland and surrounded by the most glorious mountain and loch landscape that you could wish for, Corran Bunkhouse attracts the full range of lovers of the countryside. Individuals or groups of skiers, walkers, climbers, fishermen/women, canoeists, kayakers – no wonder they say they are in the UK’s capital of the outdoors. But, the reasons this is writing itself are the glowing reviews and testimonials all over social media:
Invite to Fort William- The outdoors capital of the UK!
August 21st 2019
Starring the legendary Ben Nevis, with his back up crew, featuring the Aonachs and the Grey Corries! These celebrity mountains breathe ancient character into the landscape, and whisper legends of a mountain goddess, who made Ben Nevis her throne.
When travelling somewhere new, reading novels and enjoying local artists can open your eyes to a hidden side to the landscape and culture… But what I find really colours your holiday, is ancient folklore! Once you view Fort William, as an ancient Scotsman would’ve, you see the magic behind every rock. Beira, or traditionally Cailleach Bheur, is the personification of winter and the mother of all the gods and goddesses in Scottish Mythology. She is a one-eyed giantess with white hair, dark blue skin and rust coloured teeth, and is said to have used Ben Nevis as her throne.
February 6th 2018
Four star accommodation surrounded by mountains and lochs in the magnificent Highlands of Scotland!
Corran Bunkhouse is located in a magnificent wonderland location, nestled in the mountains and with stunning views of a serene Scottish loch nearby! The bunkhouse has 16 private en-suite rooms as well as a lounge, two kitchens and dining rooms, and a steam room. There is also an outdoor decked seating area and a bike shed provided making it perfect for cyclists!