A luxury, design-led ‘lookout' for couples and families, with an infinity hot tub and sweeping sea-and-mountain views of the Scottish Highlands.
Nestled within a vast Glencoe estate, SeaBeds represent the rich heritage, fresh-air adventure, and dramatic natural luxury of the Scottish Highlands... all rolled into one perfect escape.
Even before you've clapped eyes on your magical SeaBed, you're sure to fall in love with this incredibly beautiful part of the world. Meander along winding flora-strewn woodland paths and get lost in nature, or grab your bike and cycle the famous Caledonia Way track, which passes right through the estate.
If you're more into visiting the local hotspots, Ben Nevis is just up the glen, while you can try your luck at spotting the Loch Ness Monster in a short drive.
Sleeping up to four guests, your stylish SeaBed itself creates the enchanting illusion of floating gently on the loch, and you'll find it filled with comfort, luxury, and detail of the highest order.
High-end kitchen and shower facilities (with a stack of fluffy towels!) will ensure you're kept well fed and watered, and there's plenty to keep you occupied, in the form of TVs, surround sound, and superfast Wi-Fi.
Though seeing as your SeaBed's main wall is crafted from floor-to-ceiling glass, you could decide that sinking into the sofa and gazing out at that spectacular sea-and-mountain panorama is all the entertainment you'll need...
Wander out to the spacious decking to enjoy morning coffee and evening sundowners alike, and later on, why not enjoy a stargazing dip in the bubbling infinity hot tub? You are on holiday, after all!
When it's finally time to say goodnight, a downy superking bed will be waiting for you, dressed in fine linen. Additional guests can bed down on the cosy lounge futons, with that amazing scenery to wake up to.
What to do when you've opened your eyes? You'll find the estate brimming with adventure and activity, from Segway trails and archery lessons, to laser clay shooting, picnic spots, and wildlife trails. You could also borrow an electric bike, and ride down the shore path towards Appin - part of the Lynn of Lorn National Scenic Area. The Dragon's Tooth Golf Course is on hand for those who love "spoiling a good walk" in the most scenic way imaginable.
There are a number of tempting eateries close by, too... perfect if you'd rather let someone else take care of the cooking! In fact, with just about every holiday luxury so well taken care of at SeaBeds, all you have to do is relax.
Things to note
Check out is 10am or 11am for £11.95 check in is 4pm pay £11.95 for 3pm. Dogs are welcome, at a charge of £10 per dog. Continental breakfast is included.
Region: Ballachulish, The Highlands
Cost (from): £650 per night
Sleeps: 2 (+2)
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom
Minimum stay: 1 night
Property ref: 1565
FacilitiesLuxury lookout, sleeps 2+2 guests. Floor-to-ceiling glass wall with sea-and-mountain views, lounge with seating, futons, TV, surround sound, superfast Wi-Fi. Kitchenette with dishwasher, microwave, cooker, Nespresso coffee machine, crockery, cutlery, utensils. Central environmental control system with heating and air conditioning. Bedroom with superking bed, linen, en-suite shower room with towels, separate WC. Balcony decking with firepit, logs, infinity jacuzzi hot tub, free parking.
On site: golf, activities, club house lounge and café.
Nature walks, woodland trails, Caledonia Way cycling, golf, electric bikes, Segway trails, archery, laser clay shooting, picnic spots, mountains, swimming, sightseeing, historic sites, local restaurants.
At a glance
- A range of luxurious ‘lookout' retreats for up to four guests, nestled above a loch on an expansive Glencoe estate in the Scottish Highlands.
- Each self-contained SeaBed boasts a main wall crafted from floor-to-ceiling glass, showcasing exceptional sea-and-mountain views. Your gaze will be instantly captivated!
- Relax on the scenic decking, complete with a bubbling infinity hot tub - an ideal way to welcome the sunset.
- The estate offers a wide range of activity and adventure, including Segway trails, wildlife spotting, archery, and woodland trails. The Caledonia Way cycle track passes through the state, and there is also a golf course to enjoy. Loch Ness and Ben Nevis are within easy reach.