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The Club Cottage: Newton Cottage, Torridon

About Our Club Cottage

grampian-club-cottageThe club cottage in Torridon is well appointed and suitable for longer breaks or family holidays. It is only open to members.

Covid-19 - To ensure the safety of our Members and their guests, please be aware there is now a 72-hour unoccupied period between bookings at the Club's properties. Departure is before midday and arrival after midday with two unoccupied days in between.

Click here for important information on the use of the cottage.  (Updated 2 Oct 2020)

There are three bedrooms, two with three beds and one with four beds, and a boxroom with one bed. Downstairs, the lounge has several armchairs and a solid fuel stove and in the new extension are two showers and toilets, a drying room and the large kitchen area. The kitchen is well equipped and has great views out to Liathach and is a pleasant place to sit and talk on the rare (!) occasions when midges and rain keep you indoors in the evening.

Liathach and the web of stalking paths south of the cottage which lead to Sgorr Ruadh, Maol Chean Dearg and Beinn Damh are all in walking distance of the cottage.

Beinns Alligin and Eighe are just a short drive up the glen. The cottage is only bookable by club members.

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Click here for the booking form.

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COVID-19 Updates

Day Meets revival continues - next is on Saturday 14 November, Covid-19 permitting (for details see link on right). Weekend Meets now on hold until April 2021 at earliest. Both properties are open for business with early bookings available at both. Covid-19 restrictions apply to meets and use of the properties. Indoor Meets remain suspended.

Covid-19 rules for Club properties:

Inbhirfhaolain - updated 4 Oct 2020

Newton Cottage  - updated 2 Oct 2020


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