View towards the property
Take a stroll along the shore line with your pooches
Garden area
Dining area with stunning views
Lounge/dining area
Relax in the lounge after a day out exploring
Sit back and relax
Kitchen area
Twin bedroom
Spacious double bedroom
Dog friendly property
Nearby countryside paths
Nearby views
Nearby views
Nearby views
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2 / 16  Take a stroll along the shore line with your pooches
3 / 16  Garden area
4 / 16  Dining area with stunning views
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6 / 16  Relax in the lounge after a day out exploring
7 / 16  Sit back and relax
8 / 16  Kitchen area
9 / 16  Twin bedroom
10 / 16  Spacious double bedroom
11 / 16  Bathroom
12 / 16  Dog friendly property
13 / 16  Nearby countryside paths
14 / 16  Nearby views
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Sea Crest

Kyle (7mls E), The Highlands
Sleeps 4
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
Dogs welcome 2
3 star
Waterside views
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Towels included
Cot available
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At a glance

  • Cosy chalet set within 35 acres of woodland and just 50 yards from the beach
  • Stunning sea loch, mountain and island views
  • Ideal base to tour this beautiful part of the Scottish Highlands with the Isle of Skye within easy reach
  • Ample hill walking and mountain biking opportunities
  • Explore the mountain range of the Five Sisters of Kintail and Glen Shiel
  • Visit the Eilean Donan Castle and the village of Dornie 3 miles away.
Property code: R384B

A comfortable chalet set within 35 acres of woodland, just 50 yards from the beach. Perfect for an off-the-grid,tranquil retreat for couples or small families.

Mere yards from the beach, this private chalet in Nostie offers a gateway into a world of towering trees and swollen lochs. Whether you are looking to peel back the layers of the Scottish Highlands, buzz across to the windswept Isle of Skye or simply to slow down the pace, this cosy retreat will provide the perfect remedy to cleanse the soul and ease the mind.

Ideal for those looking to spend time off the beaten track, four two-legged and two four-legged guests are welcome to recharge in nature surrounded by 35 acres of woodland. Spacious, cosy and boasting the most gorgeous views of the loch and wilderness beyond, this chalet offers something for all generations to love.

Take the few steps up to the door and head inside. Spread out across one level, you’ll find each room benefits from large windows and lots of natural light. Start your mornings with hearty breakfasts in the kitchen and later on, plonk yourself on the sofa in the lounge/diner, where the stunning panoramas from the window are hard competition for the TV.

Catering for those who love both morning rinses and evening soaks, you will find both a bath and a separate shower in the bathroom. When night falls, make your way towards the bedrooms. These comprise one double and one twin and each enjoys fantastic woodland views.

The garden merges with the incredible surrounds at this Highland hideaway. Step outside and wrap your fingers around a steaming mug of tea; whether you are waking up to catch the sunrise or staying up for sunset, nothing will beat the kaleidoscope of colours flooding the sky. To make coming and going a breeze, private parking is available.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

  • 2 bedrooms - 1 double and 1 twin 1 bathroom
  • Electric oven and hob, fridge, microwave and washing machine
  • TV in lounge
  • Electric included
  • Bed linen and towels included
  • Regret no central heating; electric heaters provided
  • Regret no Wi-Fi
  • Private parking
  • Shops 2 miles in Dornie and Balmacara
  • Train station and selection of shops, grocery store, cafes and restaurants in Kyle of Lochalsh 5 miles
  • 2 dogs welcome

Sat high in an elevated position, this chalet boasts envy-inducing views. If you just can't get enough of the treelined panoramas, make your way to the viewpoint, a short walk from the property. Surrounded by such unspoilt wilderness, this is naturally a popular place amongst nature-lovers, wildlife-watchers and those looking for some peace and tranquillity.

Well placed for exploring nearby, you can also hop in your car and drive the 8 miles to the Skye Bridge and cross into the Isle of Skye. For hikers, the Old Man of Storr offers heart-pumping action followed by breathtaking scenery – definitely worth a picture or two!

Just 3 miles away in Dornie, you should make sure you pop into the local bakery for sugary goodness, before carrying onto Eilean Donan Castle. One of the most iconic images of Scotland, the castle perches on an island at the confluence of three great sea lochs. Surrounded by jaw-dropping scenery, it is truly enchanting.

And 9.5 miles to the north of the property, Plockton is home to several nice cafés and inns, not to mention a sea kayak operator. Take part in spectacular guided tours of the coast; it won't be long before you're planning your next trip back to this magical corner of the world.

This property is personally managed by Fiona.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 16 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Michelle 4th October 2019

Lovely few days here. Place was spotless not even a cheeky cobweb to be seen. Friendly owners greeted us on arrival. Warm cosy property

Reviewed by Ellen 21st September 2019

An amazing, secluded, peaceful location, that allowed us to completely unwind. Exactly what we wanted! The woodland setting was superb, with beautiful colours, textures and sounds all around us. The closeness to the little bay was ideal for swimming, beachcombing and launching our kayak. The accommodation was clean, simple but attractive, and all iRead moren working order. The hosts were so welcoming and helpful, too. We'd love to go back next year! Hide

Reviewed by Keith 7th September 2019

A warm welcome from the owners, the cottage is in a very peaceful spot just 50 yards from the loch. Surrounded by woodland and wildlife it's the perfect place to relax and also explore the stunning area also an added bonus are the robins that entertain you thoughout your stay.

Reviewed by Kathleen 31st August 2019

What a wonderful place this is. The Chalet/Cottage is very clean and comfortable with everything you need. You feel as though youre living in the middle of the wood, which you almost are. Pine Martins and Roe dear are regular visitors to the woodland at the back of the cottage and all manner of birds on the loch which is a 2-minute walk to the shorRead moree. The owners live near but unless you need them, they dont bother you and are very welcoming. I really cant rate this place high enough. Hide

Reviewed by Susan 29th June 2019

Delightful cottage, well quipped in very quiet location next to Nostie bay. Very handy for our two dogs who love swimming. Relaxing week and great place to recharge the batteries without mobiles or laptops. But close enough to local shops and attractions for days out.

Reviewed by Sharon 8th June 2019

This is a wonderful, secluded little cabin in the woods. For half our week there were just two of us with our two dogs and there was more than enough space for us. Our daughter and her partner came to join us for 3 nights and that was also fine, but a whole week with 4 adults might have felt a bit cramped. We were lucky to have great weather and thRead moree proximity of the shoreline allowed for plenty of freedom for the dogs. Lovely stay, thank you. Hide

Reviewed by Alan 1st June 2019

Lovely views across Nostie Bay, very peaceful with no traffic noise. Easy walk to road end for the Inverness bus. Centre for many interesting places ie Skye and Raasay and Torridon Range.

Reviewed by Peter 18th May 2019

Sea Crest was a great place to spend our holiday. Every piece of equipment was sparkling clean and the furniture comfortable. A really lovely place to stay. The hosts were very welcoming and were a great help at the times we needed their assistance. A real gem!

Reviewed by Michael 24th September 2018

For people who like walking, exploring and privacy this is a lovely wooded spot in beautiful surroundings. The 38 acres of woodland was a bonus.

Reviewed by Ronald 8th September 2018

very nice location we arrived early and the owners where happy to allow us in,they are very helpful.they are very close to the accomadation but do not interfear with you. weare very pleased with this place all though the weather was not brilliant we would go back again.

Reviewed by Hannah 1st September 2018

Lovely spot, friendly and helpful owners. Would recommend highly.

Reviewed by Julie 11th August 2018

A lovely cottage, we were made very welcome by derek and Jane. Good location for visiting the surrounding area and Skye

Reviewed by Kim 21st July 2018

Our Seacrest holiday was absolutely perfect. It truly is a little piece of heaven on earth. Everything was just as described. Very dog friendly.

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View towards the property
Take a stroll along the shore line with your pooches
Garden area
Dining area with stunning views
Lounge/dining area
Relax in the lounge after a day out exploring
Sit back and relax
Kitchen area
Twin bedroom
Spacious double bedroom
Show 4 moreDog friendly property


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