For the size of the village, Portmahomack offers a variety of accommodation, from self catering and B&B to caravanning and camping. The village also welcomes motor homes and camper vans, the only thing we would ask is to camp with respect and do what you can to support the local community where possible.
Dolphin View Cottages comprise four beautifully presented holiday cottages set in a prime location with uninterrupted panoramic views over the sea towards the Sutherland Mountains.
With spectacular views overlooking the harbour and beach, Tarbat Lodge is an historic house recently restored to a high standard for the owners' family. Sleeping up to 12 people in 5 bedrooms this spacious, comfortable house is an ideal base for family gatherings.
Lovingly extended and modernised, and in the heart of the village, Killearn Cottage offers very comfortable and spacious accommodation for up to 6 people.
Bayview Cottage is a recently renovated 19th century, three-bedroomed cottage. It boasts fantastic panoramic views from the living room, balcony and garden at the back of the cottage.
Sleeping six, this tastefully decorated and furnished spacious bungalow sits in an elevated position and enjoys magnificent sea views.
Lovely self-catering cottage set in farmland near the seaside village of Portmahomack with panoramic views across both the Dornoch and Moray Firths,
Sleeping five, Bluebell Cottage is a charming detached property with private garden and sea views.
The Old Salmon Bothy is a superb shoreline cottage in a beautiful location. This sweet cottage sits snugly against a sandstone outcrop which protects it from the north winds.
Sleeping six, this traditional detached cottage occupies an elevated position just up from the harbour and a couple of minutes’ walk from the wonderful sandy beach.
With great, unspoilt, views over the Dornoch Firth from every room, Armadale House is in a good central location, close to the harbour.
Situated down a quiet lane just yards from the beach, Rosslyn Cottage is a traditional, detached stone property which has been superbly renovated throughout to provide bright and spacious accommodation.
Set 50 yards from the seashore in the pretty hamlet of Rockfield, Seashells is a quintessential seaside cottage overlooking the Moray Firth, which is home to the largest school of dolphins in the UK.
Enjoying uninterrupted views towards the bay and the Sutherland Hills beyond, this traditional property has been sympathetically renovated to provide accommodation for six people.
Newly renovated in 2017, Sunset Cottage is traditional property in the heart of Portmahomack. A comfortable, beautifully appointed two-bedroomed cottage with summerhouse.
The Paddock is a traditional, terraced, single-storey, stone farm cottage located on a farm a mile from Portmahomack. Looking south over the Moray Firth and Moray Coast, it has great views of the Cairngorms and Ben Rhinnes.
Harbour View Cottage
Welcome to Harbour View, our wonderful seaside cottage which is warm and welcoming - the perfect year round property just yards from a sandy beach, play park, pub, shop and cafe/restaurant in the lovely village of Portmahomack.
Nestled within open countryside, this quaint cottage, on the North Coast 500 route, offers a peaceful setting to enjoy a getaway in the Northern Highlands.
Caledonian House is situated right on the beach front just steps away from our award-winning sandy beach and with stunning views across the Dornoch Firth. We have 3 en-suite rooms, free wi-fi and private parking available.
Enjoy Dinner, Bed & Breakfast in a stunning, quiet location on the Tarbat Ness Peninsula, with splendid views of the waters of the Moray and the Dornoch Firths.
The Castle Hotel is a traditional, highland hotel/pub with four recently refurbished en-suite rooms. Situated by the harbour, overlooking Dornoch Firth and the Sutherland hills, it is an ideal place to relax , enjoy the views, have a drink, a bite to eat or a good nights’ sleep.
Fronting onto Portmahomack’s safe, sandy beach, the site is set on land belonging to the adjacent Church, with any profits from the site going to their funds.