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Two traditional cottages, sleeping 2-6, carefully refurbished, overlooking Lochcarron to the Attadale Hills. Quality accommodation situated amongst the West Highland's most dramatic scenery.
Seabank and Tor Fionn Accommodation
Seabank is unique in its position in the village of Lochcarron. It stands alone on the shore of the Loch, and is easily found on arrival, as it is the only cottage on the shore side of the main street.
There is a secluded sitting out area above the beach, and the cottage has its own off road parking area. The cottage is warm and well maintained and it has been awarded 4 stars by the Scottish Tourist Board and a Silver, Green Tourism Award.
The accommodation is on two floors. Downstairs the large living room has an open fire, comfortable furniture, and a colour television with access to freeview, and DVD player, cd player and radio.
The kitchen is also downstairs and from the dining area there is a great sea view. The kitchen is newly fitted and equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, refrigerator, automatic washing machine and tumble dryer. There is an attractive electric fire in the fireplace.
Upstairs there is a large twin bedroom. The beds have electric blankets, duvets and pillows, the bed linens are all included as are a hand towel and a bath towel per person. The linens are changed weekly. Cots, high chairs etc can also be provided but must be reserved at the time of booking.
The bathroom is also upstairs and has a large bath with electric shower into the bath, a toilet, bidet, and wash hand basin.
All of the rooms have night storage heaters, these and the hot water are on the white meter and are included in the price. Additional electricity is on a £1 coin meter on a pay - as - you - use system. There is an open fireplace in the lounge and fuel for the fire can be bought locally. There is a payphone in this property.
Seabank is a popular property and customers return to it year after year. It is so close to the sea that at very high tides (early spring and late October usually) the waves can reach the house, and this gives the visitor a very special experience. While being firmly on dry land visitors can almost believe themselves to be on a boat! Well worth a visit at any time of the year.
Tor Fionn is on the sea front in Lochcarron village with a magnificent view over the loch. The house is one of the oldest in the village, recently renovated to a high standard while retaining its traditional Highland character. Tor Fionn has been awarded 4 stars under the Scottish Tourist Board Quality Assurance Scheme and a Green Tourism Silver Award.
The accommodation is on two floors. On the ground floor there is a living room with a traditional open fire, comfortable furniture and a colour television, DVD player, freeview, cd player and radio. The spacious kitchen – dining room has an electric fire in the fireplace, which is functional and decorative.
The kitchen is fully equipped for self-catering and includes an electric cooker, microwave, refrigerator and automatic washer-dryer. The kitchen door leads directly out into a large garden, which has garden furniture and catches the late sun in the evening. There is also a clothes-drying line, and the garden is enclosed and safe for children and pets.
Upstairs there are two large bedrooms, a double and a twin. All beds have electric blankets, hypoallergenic duvets and pillows, and the price includes all bedding, a hand and a bath towel per person. The bed linens are changed weekly. Cots, high chairs etc can also be provided but must be reserved at the time of booking.
Also upstairs is the bathroom, which has a deep bath, with an electric shower into the bath, a toilet and wash hand basin. There is a heated towel rail in the bathroom and electric panel heater in the bedrooms.
Downstairs the hall lounge and kitchen each have a storage heater, and these along with the hot water are included in the price. Additional electricity is on a £1 coin meter on a pay-as-you-use system. There is an open fireplace in the lounge and fuel for the fire can be bought locally. There is a pay phone in Tor Fionn.
Tor Fionn is a comfortable and well thought out property, which enjoys a splendid village location and excellent views from all the rooms over the loch. Tor Fionn is well maintained and has a very loyal clientele who return year after year. Book early!
Getting There by Railway:
Inverness can be reached by overnight sleeper from London Euston, arriving in Inverness at 08.37 with ten minutes to spare to cross the platform to the Kyle of Lochalsh train.
Getting there by Aeroplane:
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