Located on the shores of a sea loch in the heart of the picturesque, unspoilt village of Lochcarron and with breathtaking views over the water towards the Attadale Hills, this traditional, detached holiday cottage has been beautifully renovated to a high standard for a relaxing and enjoyable holiday. Set along the village road, it is ideally located to explore the West Highlands and the Isle of Skye. Eilean Donan Castle and Plockton are nearby as is Applecross (reached via a spectacular drive over Britain’s highest pass road). A stroll along the pebble shoreline reveals a wide variety of sea and bird life. Fishing, golf, seal trips and water sports available. Two pubs 5-minute walk and 9-hole golf course. Shop 100 yards.
Cosy living room with wood-burning stove. Large well-equipped kitchen/dining room. Utility. First floor: Two bedrooms, each with sloping ceiling; one double, one twin (4ft beds). Bathroom with toilet.
- Wood-burning stove - initial fuel inc, thereafter avail locally
- Elec, full gas CH, bed linen and towels inc
- DVD (small library)
- CD (small library)
- Double oven inc
- No garden
- Roadside parking
- No smoking
Customer Reviews of Roseate, Lochcarron, sleeps 4
1st comment: Roseate is in a great location - right on the waterfront. The house is quite rustic on the inside but the owner has done things to add some really nice touches. It’s an extremely cosy house - we went in Autumn and it was always really warm with the fire. Nov 2010.
2nd comment: Cosy with a nice view. Oct 2010.
3rd comment: A very pretty, slightly rustic, but comfortable cottage. Feb 2010.
4th comment: There was a delay in the owner of the property receiving notice of our arrival so the housekeeper did not arrive on the first weekend to clean, make up beds and turn on central heating. This did not take from the quality and enjoyment of the property however. Nov 2009.
5th comment: Location was extremely good and property met our requirements, however we did feel it was slightly overpriced. Not too sure about the swords on the wall however............? Sept 2009.
6th comment: It was warm and cosy with everything that we needed included. Sept 2009.
7th comment: It was such a pretty cottage with beautiful views and felt very cosy and welcoming. Would love to return. Aug 2009.
8th comment: Felt homely & lived-in whilst being tidy, clean & fresh. Spacious. Location was very good too. Aug 2009.
9th comment: In the brochure it says local village shop. This is in fact a very well stocked local Spar shop and there is also along the road a local garage/shop. Both stock most things needed for a short break. Feb 2009.