|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Sealladh na Mara (pronounced Shall-ah nah Maa-rah and Gaelic for ‘View of the Sea’) is a spacious, modern, detached house comfortably accommodating eight people. Close to the seashore and set in nearly an acre of wild, partly wooded garden, there are stunning views across Inverkirkaig Bay to the Assynt mountains and the Inverpolly National Nature Reserve. There are four good-sized bedrooms: a king-size, with a balcony overlooking the sea, and two twin-bedded upstairs, and a double downstairs. The upstairs bathroom has a whirlpool bath and there is a shower room with power shower downstairs. The well-equipped kitchen and adjoining dining room have polished hardwood floors, as do the lounge and hall. Double doors lead from the dining room to a verandah overlooking the sea. There are freeview/freesat televisions in the lounge and dining room, and WiFi broadband is provided. The house is centrally heated and double glazed.
For further details please see owner's website: www.sealladh.com
For low season short break enquiries please contact us.
2-person discounts available - please contact us.
Special interest holidays:
Inverkirkaig is a small community two and a half miles south of Lochinver, where there are many facilities including shops, restaurants, cafes, fuel, tourist information centre, leisure centre, post office, bank and health centre. Ullapool, fifty minutes’ drive to the south, is the ferry terminal for crossing to the Isle of Lewis, and has a supermarket, leisure centre, swimming pool and gold course, as well as post office, shops and eating places. Highland Stoneware Pottery is based in Lochinver and Ullapool. Inverkirkaig itself has a good bookshop and tearoom, approached along a scenic lane beside the River Kirkaig.
The surrounding area is famed for its wildlife; otter, seals, red and roe deer, pine martens, golden eagles and divers may be seen. There is a wealth of plant life, including many arctic-alpine species and orchids. West Sutherland is popular with walkers, mountaineers, geologists and anglers. Mountain bikes and kayaks can be hired in Lochinver. Close by there are fine white sand beaches.
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My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
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Please contact owner
Please contact owner
Notes on prices:
Price includes central heating, electricity, initial supply of fuel for stove in winter, bed linen and towels.
Winter: November, December, January, February: £495 - £550; Christmas and New Year: £925.
Spring: March, April, May: £575 - £750; Spring Bank Holiday: £875.
Summer: June, July, August: £750 - £925.
Autumn: September, October: £550 - £695.