Seaforth Cottage possesses one of the finest views on the estate. Set on an isolated promontory overlooking Loch Seaforth, its view encompasses Mount Clisham, the tallest mountain in the Outer Hebrides, to the south and the Eishken hills to the north.

It offers accommodation for four people, spread over one bedroom and one living room/kitchen which includes a pull-out couch. There is also one full bath. Both rooms take full advantage of the surrounding scenery, and have a cosy, rustic feel. A veranda to the front of the cottage is perched just above the rocky shore.

Tenants of the cottages are encouraged to enjoy the many walks covering both Aline and the surrounding territory. Many can be reached easily on foot. The nearby Mount Clisham, the tallest mountain in the Hebrides, makes for a challenging hike. Stornoway town centre can be reached in just over half an hour; and Tarbert in around 15 minutes. The supeb Luskentyre beach, one of the Hebrides’s finest summer attractions, is a half-hour drive away in Harris. Along with many other beaches, it is an ideal place for a picnic or swim in the summer.
Trips on the estate’s sea-boats and sport, including fishing and stalking, may be available by separate arrangement.