There is so much to see & do
Staying at The Corran’s luxury accommodation near Glencoe means that the whole of the west Highlands is yours to discover! Explore Glencoe, Fort William, Oban & more! The Glencoe & Lochaber area is an all year ’round destination and no matter when you visit there is so much to discover & enjoy. From breathtaking scenery to thrill-seeking adventures, there is something for everyone. If you’d like recommendations on how to make the most of your visit, all you have to do is ask.
Why not explore the area by bicycle? We’re right on the national sustrans cycle route (number 78) which offers miles of safe, purpose built cycle paths throughout the area.
From breathtaking scenery to thrill-seeking adventures
There’s something for everyone.
The village of Glencoe is just a 15 minute drive from The Corran and here you will find a traditional Highland settlement still with working croft and its on heritage museum which is well worth a visit.
The National Trust For Scotland’s Glencoe Visitor centre is located a few miles up the glen and its a great place to go to learn about the History, Geology, Flora & Fauna of the area and their knowledgable rangers often lead walks and landrover safaris through the glen.
Fort William & Lochaber
Fort William is the main town closest to Corran and just a 20 minute drive from the Inn. Here you will find an array of shops, cafes and bars dotted along the main street as well as supermarkets, banks and more.
Further on from Fort William you’ll find Nevis Range, home to the UK’s only cable car which whisks visitors up the mountainside to unveil wonderful views across the west Highland mountain ranges. In summer, the mountain is alive with walkers and mountain bikers – it is also home to the Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup. In winter, skiers and snowboards hit the pistes to enjoy some great snowsports.
Ardgour, Ardnamurchan & Morvern
Across the Corran Ferry, you’ll find a wonderfully wild and relatively untouched landscape which is home to moorland & mountains, cliffs and beaches. It also boasts the most westerly point on the UK mainland at Ardnamurchan Point which features a working lighthouse.
Much of the road is single track and you’ll need to keep an eye out for deer and sheep on the way. Don’t forget your camera!