Welcome to Seaforth Croft, we are easily reached by road, also a regular rail service operates from Inverness, stopping at Broara. Bus and coach services also operate from Inverness to Broara
Enjoy a peaceful stay on a friendly working croft, ideal for a summer holiday, relaxing winter break or just passing through any time of the year. A comfortable house sitting in 10 acres, 1 mile north of the village, facing the sea and backed by rolling hills. With direct access to the hills amd extensive beaches, it is perfect as a base for hill walking and coastal walks. There are many scenic drives touring the Nothern Highlands enjoying the fantastioc variety of wildlife.
The house has ground floor double and twin bedrooms, with tea.cofee making facilitues radio and tv. There is central heating throughout with drying, ironing and hair drying facilities. Breakfast offer widest variety of menu with homemade bread, rolls and jam.
The varied and interesting array of wildlife such as oyster catchers, buzzards, terns, ducks, herons cormorants and otters. Plenty of rabbitts on the lawn and deer among the surrounding hills on the road to Kildononan.
A short drive away will take you to Loch Brora with its superb picnic sites, or up the more rugged and lovely Glen Loth to the look out point on the shoulder of Beinn Dhorain.
Things to do and see locally
Visit Nearby Dunrobin Castle with falconry display
Fishing can be arranged Sea River or loch
For the golf enthusiasts there are courses at Brora, Golspie and Royal Dornoch and many others within reach.
Indoor Golspie swimming pool
Brora has tennis courts and bowling green.
Local Heritage Centres in Brora and Timnespan in Helmsdale.
Vist Clynelish malt distillery
Several good restaurants and a variety of shops.
|£60 Per room per night (breakfast inc.)|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.