- Hot tub
- Off road parking
- Ground floor accommodation
- Ground floor bedroom
- Open fire
- Garden / Patio
- Highchair available
- Washing machine
- Broadband / WiFi
Reviews & Ratings
22 Customer Reviews
"Our 2nd stay at the cottage and it is amazing."
Beautiful cottage with stunning views in a great locaion.
"Sealladh mor is a fabulous holiday home, a little of the beaten track, but extremely peaceful with amazing views, very well furnished & equipped."
Fantastic location for exploring Sutherland and Caithness.
"We had a great holiday at this property."
The house was beautifully presented and spotlessly clean. The facilities at the house were first class and the hot tub was the “cherry on top”. The location was great for trips to the many seaside towns in the area and for country walks with our dog. And that view from the house and garden just has to be seen to be believed!! We spoke with Grant the owner a few times and he was very nice, helpful and accommodating. The welcome pack was a nice touch and appreciated. Although we had a mixed bag of weather it didn’t dampen our enjoyment of the house in the slightest. When it was wet and miserable outside the log burner fire and comfortable lounge were so relaxing and when it was warm and nice outside the garden furniture and that view really were worth the drive alone. Would highly recommend this lovely, spacious and private property to anyone and will definitely be looking to go again sometime in the future.
"An excellent property in a stunning location."
The property was clean and inviting with all necessary essentials. The bedrooms were comfortable and bathrooms spotless. Added bonus of a hot tub. Owners not far away, should you need them. Would definitely make a return visit.
"Absolutely fantastic – the best property we have ever stayed in."
Hosts were fantastic –welcoming, friendly and ever helpful. The property itself is extremely well appointed and furnished with care and style. And the views….just wow! Cannot recommend highly enough, certainly on our list of places to return to.
"22nd July 2023 we had a fantastic holiday in a stunning cottage the views were fantastic weather was good didnt have to much rain sunsets were amazing plenty to do we were out every day ullapool was very nice lovely fish and chips."
Dornoch is a lovely place watched salmon leaping at falls of shin dunrobbin castle is a must birds of prey great Tain also nice Brorra beach lovely Golspie also nice food at the pier in Lairg very good.After all that travelling the hot tub was great thanks to Angela and Grant hope to see you soon Mark and Brenda.ps forgot to say about ospreys on loch fleet amazing wildlife everywhere x
"Beautiful property with stunning views would highly recommend the enclosed garden was great for the dogs."
There’s also a small Loch about 1/4 mile walk that Grant the owner gave us directions to which was great the dogs loved it we had it all to ourselves.
"Lovely comfortable cottage in a beautiful location with stunning views."
Great garden for the dog. Well located for visiting the surrounding villages/beaches. Our second visit here - I’m sure we’ll be back.
"We were overwhelmed how fantastic the house was and its beautiful setting."
The house was beautifully decorated and maintained, also very well equipped. The hot tub was a god send after a day walking with our 2 dogs in the surrounding area. I would highly recommend a stay here and we will definitely be booking again.
"Fantastic property and views are spectacular."
Owner very friendly and left us to enjoy our break.
"We were delighted with our stay at Sealladh Mor."
The cottage was beautiful and there were so many things a short drive away for the family that kept us busy for the whole holiday. We would love to return in the future
"Beautiful cottage with amazing views and very helpful owners Just spent a week in this cottage and it was excellent."
The cottage was spotless and beautifully decorated for Christmas, even had a real Christmas tree and the welcome hamper was really thoughtful also containing selection boxes for the kids. House and garden very child and dog friendly with amazing views and excellent location. Owners very lovely and excellent communication with them - they even had the log burner lit for our arrival. Also a huge thank you to them for helping when our car broke down - they went out of their way to help us fix it and a big thank you to them. We will definitely be back and would highly recommend this cottage.
"Lovely cottage with very helpful owners."
Fabulous views of the surroundings. Had everything we could have wanted for a relaxing getaway.
"Wonderful cottage with a beautiful view."
Owners have thought of everything you will ever need for your time at the cottage. They also make you feel very welcome. The welcome pack provided was most appreciated Hot tub a bonus and well looked after. We hope to return in the future.
"A hidden gem."
Attention to detail off the scale. Owners fantastic and attentive. Very Clean, well equipped and very comfortable. Views to die for. Cannot recommend enough!
"Beautiful property with everything you could need provided, amazing location with fantastic views."
The owners were lovely and very helpful on arrival with useful information. The photos do not do the property justice, overall it was way better than our expectations. The property was beautifully decorated, very clean, cozy with stunning view and a very handy enclosed garden for the dog. The stunning sunsets were one of the highlights for me, especially when relaxing in the hot tub.
"Wonderful comfortable property with a high level of cleanliness and well equipped."
Set in a lovely rural area. Having a dog the large enclosed garden was excellent. The view from the front of the cottage was stunning. We enjoyed our stay immensely.
"The location was great with 180* views across valley."
Accommodation was excellent a real home from home. On arrival, Grant talked us through the cottage facilities and gave us some recommendations on places to visit/eat. There are lots of walking trails in the area which are worth a visit. Using the hot tub after a day out was an added bonus.
"Amazing house in an amazing location - couldn’t have asked for better."
Owners were super friendly and helpful, and the house was both modern and cosy. We loved the beautiful views, our son loved the hot tub and our dog loved the sheep and rabbits! 10/10 Thanks :)
"We had a great stay at Sealladh Mor lovely property, amazing sunsets, great area for seeing wildlife we seen Deer,Wild Goats,Seals, great beaches not so far away by car, we will return again in the future."
Glad you enjoyed your holiday and will be pleased to welcome you back Property Owner
"This is the nicest holiday cottage we have ever stayed in."
The views are amazing and the pictures do not do them justice. The cottage itself is also wonderful and has everything you could want and the hosts give you a very warm welcome. We enjoyed many walks in the surrounding area and the fully enclosed garden is ideal and our dog loved it. Finishing the day in the Hot Tub looking at the view was perfect.
"Facilities WOW, cleanliness WOW, View WOW."
Well above and beyond expectations. Such a fantastic place.
- Two bedrooms: 1 x king size with en-suite walk-in shower, basin and WC, 1 x double
- Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin, heated towel rail and WC
- Sitting room with woodburning stove
- Oil central heating
- Electric oven and grill, induction hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer, dishwasher
- 2 x Smart TV, WiFi
- Fuel, power and wood for woodburning stove inc. in rent
- Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
- Highchair available on request only
- Off-road parking for 3 cars
- Large enclosed lawned garden surrounding the property with decking, gravelled area, furniture and hot tub
- Three well-behaved pets welcome
- Sorry, no smoking
- Shop and pub 2.5 miles
- Note: There is a ramped access to the main entrance
- Note: Owner can supply blow up bed on request
- Please note: The property is on a working croft.
On an elevated position overlooking The Highlands, Sealladh Mor is a detached, single-storey cottage on the outskirts of Rogart, Sutherland.
Sealladh Mor translates to Big View in Gaelic, and it certainly does live up to it with panoramic view of the beautiful Scottish Highlands from the doorstep.
The cottage is a welcoming base for two couples or a group of four to explore a breath-taking region of Scotland, complete with a hot tub, utility and woodburning stove.
Park up in the off-road parking space and take a moment to admire the sweeping countryside views of your rural retreat.
Step inside to find a reception area with hooks for coats and a bench to take your boots off and make yourself at home; your first stop will surely be the kitchen/diner to pop the kettle on, stock up the cupboards and get ready to rustle up home-cooked meals using the contemporary facilities.
Set the dining table for four and enjoy a meal together with views out to the mountains, or why not open the French doors to let the outside in?
There's a decking area and lawn to make the most of your idyllic holiday setting, whether that's a cold glass of wine at sunset, reading in the sunshine or sinking into the hot tub for the ultimate de-stress.
If you're visiting in the colder months, a spacious sitting room offers a sofa, two chairs, a Smart TV and woodburning stove to snuggle up after the day's adventures; you'll still get fabulous views from the large windows for a bright and airy space to relax on your holiday.
Extra seating can be found in the snug with a Smart TV to savour some peace and quiet!
After trekking The Highlands and wandering the countryside, throw muddy walking gear into the utility's laundry facilities, before hanging your towel on the family bathroom's heated towel rail and enjoying a soak in the bath or a hot shower.
Two well-appointed bedrooms await sleepy heads, one of which has a king-size bed and an en-suite shower room for added privacy.
Get to know your surroundings by venturing into the open countryside or joining the Highland Wild Cat Trails, which have been designed for all levels of experience with different routes suitable for families and novices through to more technical trails for experienced mountain bikers.
Also nearby is the Ben Bhraggie Monument Walk, which offers picturesque views over the coastline on your walk up to the summit.
Take the scenic drive into the village of Golspie, a lovely coastal resort that offers a bustling high street and excellent local amenities, including a number of eateries and a long sandy beach, which provides superb angling opportunities.
Those avid golfers will enjoy a round at the Golspie Golf Club, offering a great mix of links and parkland, while history buffs will be drawn to the Dunrobin Castle and Gardens, an imposing structure with a museum and falconry.
Translating in Gaelic to 'pebbly place', Dornoch is a delightful seaside resort in the North of Scotland, and is just 14 miles away,It is a beautiful town with so much to see and do, it is full of history and culture.
Dornoch is home to a 13th century Cathedral and a majestic castle and has a golf course that was voted the 5th best outside of the U.S.
Aside from the beauty and history, Dornoch has so much to do with a good range of pubs, bars and shops to go around and enjoy at your leisure.
Of course you cannot forget the beautiful sandy Dornoch beach.If you’re looking to escape normal life for a calming retreat to the Scottish Highlands, look no further than Sealladh Mor.
EPC Rating: Band C
EPC Rating: Band C
About the location
Golspie 9.5 miles; Brora 14.6 miles.
The small village of Rogart lies in the county of Sutherland in the Scottish Highlands. The village is known for once being the home to Major Andrew MacDonald, who fought into the French and Indian War. The village is also home to the Rogart Railway station, which has become something of an informal outdoor museum of railway memorabilia. Within the village, there is a convenience store, petrol station, a Parish church and a traditional Scottish pub. The nearby coastal village of Golspie is well worth a visit, offering a long sandy beach, which attracts many visitors in all weather conditions, along with a thriving high street lined with independent businesses, restaurants, pubs and cafés. Rogart makes a charming base for touring this beautiful part of Scotland.