Seabank Cottage sits in an enviable shoreline position in the village of Lochcarron. Standing alone, the cottage is the only one on the shore side of the main street making it easily found. The property has a 4 star Scottish Tourist Board grading and a Silver, Green Tourism Award. Lochcarron with its village amenities close to hand is a perfect location for a Scottish holiday, and for those wanting to explore the west coast and the Isle of Skye further.
The property which has been upgraded retains its original layout with the sitting room and kitchen on the ground floor, and the bedroom and shower room on the upper level. Throughout the property is tastefully furnished and is equipped to a good standard. The kitchen has all the usual appliances and has a dining table. The window in the kitchen offers unrivalled views over the sea loch and at high tide in early spring and October the water can reach the house which makes it particularly unusual.
The sitting room has comfortable sofas, an open fire and a flat screen Freeview TV and DVD player. Upstairs the spacious bedroom has twin beds and the modern shower room has a large shower enclosure with an electric shower, wc and whb. Throughout the property has electric heating and fuel for the fire can be purchased locally if required. At the rear of the property the small private courtyard area, with its table and chairs is an ideal place to sit and relax after a day exploring.
The property does make an ideal base for exploring the west coast and is an absolute paradise for all those who love the great outdoors. Here you can enjoy various outdoor activities including, cycling, mountain biking, canoeing and sailing. You can drive round the coast past lovely beaches and breathtaking views to visit the small village of Shieldaig and onwards towards Gairloch and Inverewe Gardens, or perhaps head to Applecross approached by the famous Bealach na Ba, one of the highest roads in Britain, and visit the Heritage Centre or have a bite to eat at the well known Applecross Inn.
Close-by you can visit Attadale Gardens, offering visitors the chance to explore ancient paths that wind through woodlands, over bridges, waterfalls and exotically planted ponds. Lochcarron also has its own 9-hole golf course in a fantastic loch side location. One of Scotland’s most scenic rail routes, the Kyle Line which runs from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh is located just a short distance away at Strathcarron and makes an ideal choice for a day out.
The Isle of Skye is located just 25 miles away and is well worth a visit, the island offers a wealth of attractions for the visitor including ancient castles, a distillery, visitor centres, award winning restaurants and some of the best scenery that Scotland has to offer.
A maximum of one pet is welcome at the property, there is a £15.00 pet fee per week.
A Good Housekeeping Deposit of £75.00 is required at the property.
A lovely cottage, we stayed the week after Christmas. The cottage is very warm and cosy and the real fire was a real a real bonus as it was a chilly week. There are plenty of walks from the cottage. The cottage is so beautifully located being on the Loch so the views from kitchen are stunning and ever changing. The local amenities are fab, the local Spar has all one would need and although the cafe over the road wasn't open during our visit I know it's worth a visit.
Second time at this lovely wee cottage and we had a thoroughly relaxing week. Seabank is clean, comfy and cosy. George and Jenny have provided lots of good info on the local area. Lochcarron is a quiet village at this time of year which suited perfectly. Will definitely be back.
We spent a lovely week at this fabulous cottage. The location was superb and had everything we could wish for. We will definitely be back.
Lovely cottage, everything provided, warm and comfortable. The view from the kitchen window over the loch, especially when the tide was right up, was fantastic, watched a lot of different types of weather coming across over the mountains.
I took my dog to Seaview Cottage on the shore of Lochcarron in Feb. It was a lovely cozy cottage. Great view from the kitchen of the Loch. I really enjoy the coal fire in the evening. Restful holiday and great base for walks
The cottage was exactly as described and thoroughly enjoyable, and watching the waves through the kitchen window made the atrocious weather almost enjoyable. If it had a gas cooker it would have been perfection. I will certainly be back. Cheers P Gornall
We have been to Seabank Cottage 3 times and plan to be back in the future. Even when the weather isn't great (as last week) it is lovely to sit and watch the changes in the sea, the sky and hills from the kitchen window. To see the sea lap against the building. In the evening it is ideal to light a fire and chill out in the living room. A new walk in show has been installed since we were last in the cottage in 2013 and that is lovely and refreshing first thing in the morning or when you come back from a walk. The Lochcarron area is wonderful and Seabank Cottage is an excellent base for a holiday in the village.
The cottage was fine in a good Location