Holiday House Details
Corrie Odhar
Corrour Estate
(8 reviews)
From £1,150 per week
Sleeps 11
5 bedrooms
2 doubles, 1 family rooms, 2 twins

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Weekly Rates

From DateTo DateWeekly RateDeposit
Sat 15 Dec 2018Fri 21 Dec 2018£1,150£345
Sat 22 Dec 2018Fri 28 Dec 2018£1,450£435
Sat 29 Dec 2018Fri 04 Jan 2019£1,450£435


A modern cottage that fits seamlessly into its surroundings, this is a larger holiday property with beautiful views over Loch Ossian. The spacious open plan public areas bring modern benefits and feel to the house along with a light and airy feel and a chance to enjoy the magnificent views.

This delightful wood clad building is great for a family and there is plenty to do on this magnificent estate. 11 miles up the unsurfaced but well maintained road, you understand why we call it unspoilt. Landscapes of mountains, large lochs with ancient pine trees and wild open moorland – this is real Scotland up here. With 7 Munros on the estate, it is just a walker's paradise. Fishing is by arrangement and pony trekking is also available at the local Icelandic trekking centre. A few minutes drive takes you down to the estate’s own railway station – this is the famous Mallaig line where Harry Potter travelled but you can also arrive from London! The delightful restaurant here serves venison from the estate but check it is open and make sure you book.

Corrie Odhar is a lovely house in a superb location where you will be well looked after by this welcoming and inspiring estate.

For other properties on the beautiful and remote Corrour Estate, here is our selection for you:
Cooks Flat sleeps 3, The Steading sleeps 4, Sgor Ghaibre sleeps 7, The Chapel sleeps 10, Strathossian sleeps 8, The Old School House sleeps 4, Dolls House sleeps 3 and Corrour Lodge sleeps 28.

New Year Week - anyone booking the house for this week, it is mandatory that they travel by 4 x 4 - it must be stressed that a standard car will not be suitable in winter weather conditions.



Ground floor:

Entry porch. Lounge with wood burner. Kitchen with dining area. Utility room, 2 twin bedrooms, shower room, WC & WHB.

First floor:

2 double bedrooms, triple bedroom with 3 single beds. 2 bathrooms with shower over bath, WC & WHB.

Please note:

  • There are no TVs, no telephones and no radio and very limited mobile signal but Wi-fi is in place.
  • Lifts from station and activities to be arranged directly with the estate and payable direct to estate.
  • Short breaks can only be booked by calling the Cottages and Castles sales office 01737 451 610
  • Availability is limited, mimimum of 4 days, and rent is on application.
  • Unsurfaced road is well maintained but drive with care and allow time -  20 mph recommended.
  • Guests using the estate November to March – 4 x 4 recommended.
  • New Year Week - anyone booking the house for this week, it is mandatory that they travel by 4 x 4 - it must be stressed that a standard car will not be suitable in winter weather conditions.
  • Chargeable extra: Good Housekeeping Deposit £250


  • Nearest restaurant – Corrour Station 15 minutes drive.
  • Open for evening meals only - closes November - February.
  • Advisable to check and book in advance.
  • Lifts from station and activities to be arranged directly with the estate and payable direct to estate.
  • Nearest Hotels Glenspean Lodge and Roy Bridge 40 minutes drive
  • Nearest shop Spean Bridge 45 minutes by car
  • Hotel and Woollen Mill at Spean Bridge
  • 5 ring Gas cooker with 2 ovens
  • Cot available by arrangement
  • Heating, gas and electricity included
  • High chair available by arrangement
  • Linen and towels provided
  • Log burner - all fuel supplied
  • Microwave
  • Parking
  • Private garden
  • Small fridge freezer
  • Tall fridge freezer
  • Washing machine
  • 2 Pets only - £20.00 charge per Week per Pet
  • Reviews

    (8 reviews)
    Corrie Odhar reviews
    Group of hillwalking friends hired out the Corrie Odhar Cottage (plus the Dolls House) and had a fantastic time. Both cottages were spotlessly clean, comfortable and luxurious. Would stay again in without hesitation. Obviously stunning surroundings, and the access track was absolutely fine for regular vehicles. The estate was helpful and friendly with the booking process, and happily arranged a large amount of Venison be waiting in the fridge for our arrival.
    Mr Fathers - November 2018
    What an incredible week we had in Scotland. Despite the usual mix of weather (25 and sunny one day, 13 and rain the next!), we got out and about and thoroughly enjoyed everything on offer. The cottage itself was very clean and very well appointed with everything you need (washing machine, microwave, dishwasher, wood burner, every utensil under the sun). There was six of us so actually the two twin rooms downstairs were not even used but proved to be good storage space for bikes and suitcases. We took bikes and games with us for the kids and about 4 days of food and drink - go prepared. We ordered a Click and Collect from the Tesco at Perth on the way up which worked perfectly. We also popped to Fort William to pick up provisions one day - about an hour to get there but decent supermarket and town centre to pick up essentials. We also had a lunch and an evening dinner at the Station during the week which was very nice and good value considering it is in the middle of nowhere. We drove up to the Station (about 25 mins) but you can walk it in around 65-90 minutes depending on how fast you walk! The drive is pretty bumpy and I wouldn't have done it without the 4x4 to be honest. This is an unbeatable place to get away from everything, truly stunning riding and hiking. A very special spot which we will definitely return to.
    Mr Cross - July 2017
    The spacious Corrie Odhar house lies within a beautiful area. In front of the door, there's a lovely meadow and a lake. The house is very spacious, generous and plainly, but wonderfully furnished. All there, even sugar, coffee, and tea. We all loved the house (we were 10 persons, including 4 kids). There's a lovely walk around the sea which takes about 2-3 hours, very recommendable. The lady who looks after the house is very nice. The only thing that I missed was a description of the surrounding: there is building work ongoing around the house (not in the front of the house; it does not bother the view), which we only found out through other reviews. And it would have been good to know that there's a gravel path to the house (which takes at least 30 minutes to drive). We really felt like in the nowhere, but we loved it. I would go back to this house anytime. All contact persons were always helpful und kind. Thank you very much for lovely, lovely holidays!
    Mrs Sorbara - July 2017
    House was great - full of hidden gems. You'll find everything you need in the kitchen (starting with cutlery and kitchenware, ending with blender and toaster). Wildlife is on your doorstep - deer wandering around, birds of prey in the forest nearby and off course scottish cattle :0) Locations is great and 11 miles of gravel road give you a bit of a Colin McRae feel :)
    Mr Fjodorovs - July 2017
    My brother has previously stayed at Corrie Odhar on the Corrour estate and told a friend and I how fabulous both the cottage and location were. We looked at the website and immediately began planning a trip! We looked at the other cottages also at Corrour, but decided we liked the look of Corrie Odhar most of all. We were not disappointed - It totally lived up to our expectations. The cottage itself is very well appointed - 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The kitchen is well supplied for group catering with pots & pans, utensils etc, and is great for groups who naturally congregate around a kitchen table as the heart of a home! The living room was comfortable & cosy, with the log-burner adding the icing to the cake. The overall decor is lovely, with attractive soft furnishings which make it so much more than just a sterile place to sleep, eat & shower! The bedrooms were all really lovely, and the bathrooms were clean and modern, and the showers were excellent (great water pressure and tons of really hot water!). The cottage is in an ideal location for mountain walking - It's a treat to walk off the mountain and straight back to the cottage without needing to drive anywhere. But walking around Loch Ossian also provides easier walking for those who aren't trying to tick of all the Munros! Staying during the first week of May we think we timed it perfectly to avoid midge season, and we were also insanely lucky with the weather, which effectively blue skies, sunshine & t-shirt-warm the whole time we were there... And yes, warm enough even to take a refreshing dip in the river on our way back from a walk one day! The only thing to bear in mind is that you have to be organised in terms of food & supplies - There are zero shopping opportunities nearby! You need to bring everything with you, but a little thought in advance of the trip is well worth the effort. It's a trip I won't ever forget, and a place I definitely hope to return to. I have no hesitation in recommending at all, it's delightful.
    Ms Sanderson - May 2017
    We had a wonderful few days at the house, it was clean, warm and cosy and very well equipped with just a few exceptions which with little trouble could be addressed. The only thing that I feel should have been flagged up in location details is that house backs on the estate yard and parking area for their vehicles, this is in clear view from kitchen dining area and not very pretty! We were lucky as there was little activity there during our stay. Things of note that could be added in the house- No instructions for electrical appliances ( complex microwave- impossible to use) No information as to the area, what to do , train time table etc No DVD, TV Monitor or Radio
    Ms Troup - February 2017
    We were slightly disappointed that the advertised board/card games were not present. We were a little more disconcerted to discover a work site immediately behind the cottage, and even more so when heavy machinery started moving around in such close proximity at around 7:00 am - on a Sunday. Monday morning was actually a little later! Otherwise, the cottage was extremely well equipped and comfortable. Position is idyllic, even if the road there is a bit of an adventure. But we were forewarned about that, and that made it seem not so bad.
    Owners Response: "Many thanks for you review and I am sorry you did not find the Board games they were stored in chaise longue . The estate office is staffed and if there are any difficulties in our cottages, we are always available to help The road is now fully graded - the nature of the estate means that the road is an ongoing project and I am sorry you found it rough during your stay. We grade it few times a year and try to keep it accessible at all times. Before visitors arrive at Corrour, we have inform them of the ongoing Hydro works and the noise it might create. Again I regret this was upsetting to you and would like to apologise. It is part of our foreward planning for the estate and in the longer term will benefit the estate and the environment. ."
    Mr Mccahon - June 2015
    We wanted to say thank you to all who made our stay at Corrie Odhar so special. I travelled to Corrour by car across the 11 mile private track which started our adventure having had to stop on several occasions for deer on the road and birds of pray above. The other members of the party having travelled from London on the Caladonian sleeper where met by Estate Staff and driven to the property. I could not speak highly enough of Corrie Odhar. The house was perfect. I've never stayed anywhere with such a well equipped kitchen, there was nothing missing. The beds were extremely comfortable and the log burning stove made the house so toasty that we had the windows opened. The house was ideal for our party of 6 and 8 would certainly fit comfortably, but 11 may be a bit of a squeeze. The house had the most incredible views overlooking the pony paddock and loch with mountains towering above. We had plenty of hill walking and would have liked to have got onto the loch but the boats had been put away (understandable as there was snow on the mountain tops). We even had a visit from the Sea King Helicopter who were on a training exercise. The Estate Staff were great and gave us lots of advice on walking routes, and wildlife. We will definitely return! We were made to feel very special and the whole process from booking to arriving was seamless and our stay was nothing short of perfect. I could not recommend Corrour higher.
    Per Corrour Estate - November 2014

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    This property is covered by our Holiday Protection Scheme.

    Holiday Protection Scheme

    Cottages & Castles Ltd. (acting as agents for property owners) provides a guarantee for tenants who have to cancel their holiday at a cottage.

    If it is necessary to cancel your holiday, for any of the reasons A 1-5 below, you may do so at any time up until the close of business on the last working day before your tenancy commences and we will refund your balance. Your deposit is not refundable. If you have made a late booking and paid in full you will receive your payment minus the normal deposit sum (usually 30%).

    There is no charge for this holiday protection – it is included in the cost of your holiday. Please note that the protection does not apply to holidays in our properties with codes beginning with P (usually castles, mansions and lodges).

    Deposits may be transferred to a different date for a holiday at the same property within 12 months of the original holiday date, subject to availability, but not, however, for a different property. If the new booking is at a higher rate the tenant must pay the extra cost. No refund will be made if the new date is at a lower rate.

    1. Death, accidental bodily injury, or illness (excluding pre-existing or chronic illness/conditions, or illness arising through epidemics or pandemics)
    a) the Proposer and/or persons with whom he/she has arranged to travel.
    b) any close relative or business associate of the Proposer or of any person with whom he/she has arranged to travel or arranged to meet at the specified holiday establishment. We will require appropriate documentary evidence of illness or bodily injury from a registered medical practitioner. This evidence must state that the Proposer is unfit to travel.

    2. Jury service, witness call or unemployment through redundancy of the Proposer after the date of booking and prior to the commencement date of the holiday.

    3. Fire or theft which is the subject of an insurance claim at the Insured’s main residence or business premises within seven days before commencement of the holiday.

    4. Occupational postings not contemplated at the time the holiday is booked.

    5. Cancellation or curtailment of scheduled transport services due to strikes, riots or civil commotion, but limited to the cost of alternative transport up to £50 per person for the outward journey only.

    But not, however:

    1. Disinclination to travel.

    2. Failure of public or private transport.

    3. Suicide, attempted suicide, insanity, the influence of intoxicating liquor or the effect of drugs not taken in accordance with treatment prescribed and directed by a qualified medical practitioner or booking a holiday which is or would be against the advice of a registered medical practitioner.

    4. Pregnancy unless problems occur which prevent the person travelling. A  verification must be signed by a registered medical practitioner to this effect

    5. Any loss which is otherwise insured.

    6. Holiday accommodation booked outside Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands