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Seaview Cottage, nr Wick - Sleeps 4

This traditional single storey holiday cottage, overlooking Girnigoe Castle, is situated a few hundred yards from the sea on a single track road leading to Noss Head Lighthouse. Spectacular seascapes, unsp...

Overlooking the sea

This traditional single storey holiday cottage, overlooking Girnigoe Castle, is situated a few hundred yards from the sea on a single track road leading to Noss Head Lighthouse. Spectacular seascapes, unspoilt coastline and some of the most beautiful beaches in Scotland are all part of the magic of this unique area.

Wander down to Sandigoe Bay, a short distance from the property, where a small sand and shingle beach awaits you.

The Castle of Mey, John of Groats and Dunnet Head are all within easy reach. The Orkney Isles are easily accessible by ferry. The town of Wick, 4 miles away, offers a variety of amenities including swimming pool, supermarkets and a good selection of pubs and restaurants.

Shop, pub and restaurant 4 miles.

All on ground floor: Living room. Dining room/kitchen. 2 bedrooms: 1 double, 1 twin. Bathroom with bath, shower cubicle and toilet. Wooden floors throughout.

Solid fuel stove in living room inc. NSH, elec, bed linen and towels inc. DVD and small library. CD. Range cooker. Washer/dryer. Freezer. Wi-fi. Enclosed lawned garden. Ample parking.

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Customer Reviews of Seaview Cottage, nr Wick - Sleeps 4

1st comment: Just simply breath taking, loved watching the weather come in from the sea and exploring the local beautiful that the plans to explore further a field were forgotten....wanted to book another two weeks this October but not available. April 2012.

2nd comment: We have not been further north than Innverness and decided to give the far north a try. We really like remote rural locations and this cottage gives you the feeling that your miles from civilisation, however local shops and amenities are all within a short drive. The cottage itself is very clean and well equipped despite being remote. There are plenty of good walks nearby which our two Greyhounds loved and the beach at Reiss is well worth a visit with acres of lovely white sand and crystal clear sea. We went in March so the weather was a bit unpredictable with bright sunshine at the start of the week followed by sleet and strong winds later on, but this didn’t detract from the holiday and if anything made it more enjoyable. The owner was really friendly and helpful even though she doesn’t live nearby, the phone call to check that we’d arrived safely made us feel very welcome. All said we would highly recommend this cottage and having been to quite a few over the years can comfortably say that this is o e of the better ones, you will not be disappointed. March 2012.

3rd comment: If you’re looking for peace and quiet then you just have to book this cottage....simply wonderful. The whole area is full of interesting places to visit. Young and old will find it quite enchanting. Sept 2011.

4th comment: The views, size of garden and the solitude. Oct 2010.

5th comment: This property is suitable for anyone liking long walks, isolation and peace quiet. Transport is essential for shopping although a local taxi service is available shoud the need arise. July 2010.

6th comment: A very comfortable cottage that’s perfect as a getaway from the daily grind. Perfect for wildlife watchers. July 2010.

7th comment: We felt really at home almost immediatly. June 2010.

8th comment: Great cottage, clean, welcoming and superb location. We would happily go back again. April 2010.

9th comment: This is not a typical holiday home - it is as though one is going into a a warm and friendly home that the owners have just left for the day! Everything is there - including the feeling that this property is loved and cared for. March 2010.

10th comment: The cottage is warm and cosy, with lovely views of the sea from every room. A good location for walking, bird watching and just relaxing. Feb 2010.

More Property Details

  • Property Reference: W40869
  • HMG Ref: 1100987
  • Property Type: Detached Cottage
  • Number of Bedrooms: 2
  • Sleeps Suit: 4
  • Features: Wood Burning Stove, Enclosed Garden
  • Facilities: TV, Wifi, Broadband, DVD player, Washing Machine, Shower
  • Location Features: Coastal/Beach
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Week rental Starts: Saturday
  • Parking: For 3 Cars
  • Pets: 2
  • Nearby Castle

    • Castle of Mey

      Castle on far North coast that was home to the Queen Mother. Now open for visitors. Excellent gardens.

    • Ackergill Tower

      15th Century tower in an absurdly remarkable position overlooking the sea near Wick. Now super chic boutique accommodation and castle hotel. You can stay or just have tea!

    • Girnigoe & Sinclair Castle

      Castle Sinclair Girnigoe is located about 3 miles north of Wick on the east coast of Caithness.. It is considered to be one of the earliest seats of Clan Sinclair. It is a ruin in spectacular position on the coast facing north.

    • Keiss Castle

      Ruinous C16th castle near to Wick in Caithness. Its most striking characteristic is its position teetering on the efge of the cliff! Walk able or view from the beach. A  photographer's delight.

    Places to Visit

    • Hill o' Many Stanes

      Why are 200 stones aligned in a pattern in this field (and there were probably 600 to start with). What was there purpose? This is the most striking and most mysterious of the stone lines in Caithness. Just off A99 South of Wick and easy to visit. (signposted)

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