Sealight Luxury Self Catering

Sealight has been superbly designed to take full advantage of the spectacular views, it is also our holiday home and has been well appointed to create a very comfortable and well equipped self-catering holiday home for guests to enjoy. The house is set amidst spectacular Highland scenery on the shores of Loch Sunart, a Special Area of Conservation, near Strontian on the Ardnamurchan peninsula. Whether you're looking for a relaxing holiday or an activity break, there is something here to suit everyone. The property certainly has the wow factor with floor to ceiling windows, vaulted ceilings with exposed beams and a modern open plan layout. Beautifully furnished in a contemporary style, and equipped to the highest of standards,
The accommodation sleeps 4 persons and is on two levels with the majority of the rooms enjoying either a garden or sea view. The main living accommodation is on the ground level, as is the sun room, twin bedroom with adjoining bathroom, a utility room, and a family bathroom. Upstairs the mezzanine area gives views to the lounge and kitchen below, and access to the king size double bedroom with its en-suite shower room. All beds have luxury Hypnos mattresses. An additional sitting area is also available on this level, ensuring that no matter the size of your party, a quiet spot can be found to relax.
Outside a decked area is situated at the front of the house, and from here direct access to the garden and the beach can be obtained. The owner has also provided garden furniture and a barbecue, ideal for a spot of alfresco dining after a day exploring, or simply to relax and enjoy the beautiful views of Loch Sunart. There is a good chance of spotting otters on the beach, sea eagle and golden eagle or a pine martin having an evening stroll on the deck all from the comfort of the house, telescope provided but bring your binoculars to add to the experience. There is also a very good wildlife hide just a few miles west of the house. Ardnamurchan is also one of the few remaining habitats of the pure Scottish Wildcat.



Our holiday property takes the name "Sealight" from one of the old Clyde built 'Puffers.' The Clyde puffer was essentially a type of small steamboat which provided a vital supply link around the west coast, including Loch Sunart, and Hebridean islands of Scotland, stumpy little cargo ships that have achieved almost mythical status thanks largely to the short stories Neil Munro wrote about the Vital Spark and her captain Para Handy.


The village of Strontian (from the Gaelic 'Sron an t-Sithein' - 'point of the fairies') owes much of its history to the connection with mining. Between 1722 and 1904 lead, zinc and silver were extracted from mines near the village. However the main claim to fame occurred with the discovery of the element Strontium, named after the village, extracted from ore mined in the late 18th century. Strontium is used in the manufacture of diverse products such as fireworks, TV screens and medecines. Although closed for many years you can still walk via Ariundle Oakwoods and view the ruins of the old lead mines.


Due to various factors relating to safety at this property, children under twelve years of age are not allowed, but babies are welcome. At the time of booking please insert the ages of your children in the comments box on the booking form.