About this property
The setting with a sea view is spectacular. The chance to spot spectacular wildlife from your living room is remarkable. Seaview Cottage is a treat of a place to stay.. Ground Floor:
3 steps to entrance.
Living room: With wood burner and Smart TV with Sky.
Kitchen: With electric oven, electric hob, microwave, fridge, washing machine, tumble dryer and doors leading to garden.. First Floor:
Bedroom 1: With double bed.
Bedroom 2: With double bed.
Bathroom: With shower over bath, and toilet.. Central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels, Wi-Fi and initial fuel for wood burner included. Travel cot, highchair and stairgate available on request. Welcome pack and doggy extras. . Enclosed Grounds with patio, courtyard, sitting-out area and garden furniture. Private parking for 2 cars. No smoking. Please note: steps in grounds, front garden, side garden and back garden. There is a pond in the garden.. Seaview Cottage lives up to its name, the view from this lovely cottage is jaw-droppingly good. The North Sea is vast and wild up in these parts with amazing sea birds and marine mammals visiting the shores. You’ll be surprised, but from Seaview Cottage you may have the chance to spot dolphins, porpoises, other species of whale and many, many species of birds. It’s a nature lovers dream to be based at Seaview Cottage, it really is. Bring your binoculars, telescopes and long lenses for cameras as the cottage is situated perfectly in place that the Northern Lights can be seen dancing above the Cottage in the Winter!
Situated in the hamlet of Latheron Seaview Cottage is not only well placed from a natural beauty point of view, but also from a strategic view too. The road at Latheron splits with roads going north-east to John O’Groats and north-west to Thurso. Basing yourself at Seaview Cottage is an excellent choice to explore the many wonders of the far north of Scotland. The NC500 passes the cottage and will transport you to some of the best beaches in Europe (Dunnet, Melvich, Strathy, Reiss Sands), outlying Munros and many, many interesting places and sights. We recommend getting to Duncansby Head near John O’Groats to spot puffins and other sea birds, as well as more opportunities for those Orca-hunters amongst you; also, a visit to the Castle of Mey is a must. And we encourage visitors to get out on boat trips from Wick or Thurso to get closer to bird colonies and marine mammals already mentioned. The Orkney Islands are only a short hop from the north coast, so you also recommend visiting for a day during your stay at Seaview Cottage.
Back to the cottage and the owners have done an amazing job bringing this Seaview Cottage to life. It’s a gem of a place to stay. As soon as you pull up outside, the old stone wall with garden gate draws you in and wins you over. Walking up the path to the cottage you’ll pause and turn to take in the vast expanse of the sea view.
There are steps on grounds in front garden, side garden and back garden. There is also a wildlife pond in the back garden.