Corrour Station House near Fort William – one of the UK’s most remote railway stations, only accessible by train or a 20-mile walk – is looking for a new chef to join their small restaurant team as coronavirus restrictions begin to lift ready for the tourist season.
The team are looking for one extra pair of hands and say that the role is perfect for someone who loves the outdoors.
Experience isn’t absolutely essential for the available position, although it is preferred as the restaurant can get quite busy.
The eatery prides itself on a menu built on the principle of simple food made well.
It’s the perfect job for someone looking for seasonal work, and offers two days off per week, giving the lucky applicant plenty of time to enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
The location was made famous after Ewan McGregor’s iconic “it’s s***e being Scottish” rant in the film Trainspotting.
Corrour Station House is looking for someone to start around the middle of May but the official start date can be discussed with the right candidate.
Accommodation is provided in the station building, along with the rest of the team.
Further easing of lockdown restrictions is planned for April 26 which will allow hospitality venues to reopen and travel across mainland Scotland to to ahead.