The Corran Ferry Hotel is the only hotel on the Corran Narrows offering both hotel and hostel accommodation. It was built in 1743 and subsequently has had many additions. The history of the location means that it has witnessed the aftermath of the battle at Culloden and has testimony from the location as an important crossing for Ardnamurchan Peninsula, The Isle of Mull and Moidart .
The Corran Ferry Hotel stands 25 metres from the slipway for the ferry ( the crossing is £6.70 per car and free for pedestrians and bicycles ) and adjacent to a small beach which is more than adequate for launching Kayaks and Canoes. It is very easy to find and stands by the A82 .
We have at the neighbouring village of Ballachulish the start of a dedicated bicycle hard road that stretches to Glencoe and to Oban taking in some phenomenal landscapes.
Mountain Biking, climbing, scrambling and hill walking couldn't be easier in access and with our bar almost ready for use with a selection of real Ales, whiskys and wines to please most people.
Bar Meals and restaurant meals adopt a mixture of styles and aim to please both in qualitity and quantity. So expect home made pies, curries, baked fish, goulasz, pasta and paella as standard fayre with additions as specials.
Carry out lunches are available on request.
Wifi connection is free and colour tv, coffee and tea making facilities are found in each room.
Sea Fishing from boat or beach casting either solo or in competition is very popular and the rich seas in the vicinity always provide. The area also has good access to coarse fishing for the keen.
We look forward to seeing you soon
Richard , Chef Patron.