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Hotels in Caithness, Wick and Thurso


Castletown Hotel, Castletown, near Thurso
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Castletown Hotel    Castletown    near Thurso

Nestled in the curve of Dunnet Bay, within the picturesque fishing village of Castletown, this family-run hotel is perfect for exploring Caithness, guests are perfectly positioned to make the most of North Scotland s rugged coastline. The hotel is located just a 5-minute drive from the A9 at Thurso. The nearest city is Inverness, which is roughly a 2 hour 30 minute drive through some of the most spectacular scenery in all of Scotland.

Seaview Hotel, John O Groats
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Seaview Hotel    John O Groats

p Seaview Hotel is ideally situated for your holiday in the North of Scotland, offering stunning views overlooking the Pentland Firth, Stroma and the Orkney Islands and only 300 yards from the John O Groats Ferry Terminal and a couple of minutes from the Gills Bay Ferry.

The Inn at Y-Not, Thurso

The Inn at Y-Not    Thurso

Y-Not is situated in the heart of the coastal town of Thurso, a stone s throw from all amenities, shops, bars and restaurants..It is just a short 5 minute walk to Thurso river, harbour and beach. There is also a 2 mile coastal walk with fantastic views over the Pentland Firth to Scrabster Habour, with views of the Orkney Islands and Dunnet Head.

The Weigh Inn Motel, Thurso
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The Weigh Inn Motel    Thurso

The Weigh Inn Motel is located in Thurso, a short walk to the coast. Thurso Rail Station is a 5-minute drive from on the hotel & just a 2 -minute drive from the Orkney Ferry Terminal. All rooms are separate from our main building but within the hotel grounds. They are non star graded & benefit from en-suite bath/shower.rooms, TV & Tea/Coffee making facilities. They are ideal for the budget traveler. The sport-themed Ashes Bar is located in the main building & serves lunch & evening meals.

Mackays Hotel, Wick
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Mackays Hotel    Wick

Located in Wick in the beautiful area of Caithness, the hotel has gained wide recognition for its high standard of award winning service and fine food.Mackays offers the perfect location from which to explore the northern Highlands and Orkney Isles.Built in 1883, the hotel is regularly updated, enhancing the period features with simple yet stylish touches to provide a relaxed atmosphere.Bedrooms are all individually styled and finished with comfortable soft furnishings where guests can sit back, relax and feel truly at home.

Ferry Inn, Scrabster
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Ferry Inn    Scrabster

This is the sister Hotel of the Weigh Inn, which now offers 9 newley refurbished non-smoking en-suite bedrooms, boasting uninterrupted views over The Pentland Firth to the majestic Orkney Islands. Our quality Upper Deck Restaurant, quiet lounge bar and the now famous.Popeyes.complete the package.It prides itself on having the very best cuisine in the North of Scotland, in the most picturesque of settings, overlooking Thurso Bay and Scrabster Harbour.

Norseman Hotel, Wick
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Norseman Hotel    Wick

Nestled in the heart of the picturesque town of Wick and overlooking the river offering comfortable accommodation, free Wifi and on-site parking, this family-run hotel is perfect for exploring the Scottish North Coast.Ideal for both business and leisure, guests can be sure of a welcome that is imbued with all the warmth and charm of true Highland Hospitality. With scenic views of both the River Wick and the Hotel s own private gardens it generates an ambience that is as effortlessly relaxed as it is delightfully cosy.

Nethercliffe Hotel, Wick
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Nethercliffe Hotel    Wick

The Nethercliffe Hotel is a family run hotel in the centre of Wick, providing 3 star Accommodation and superb home cooked meals in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Created from a dwelling built in 1824, the original building is one of the oldest in the county and has many interesting architectural features, including original cornicing and a cast iron cooking range in the cellar, which was once servants.quarters.

Pentland Hotel, Thurso
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Pentland Hotel    Thurso

Centrally located in the heart of Thurso, this hotel offers comfortable guest accommodation, an excellent onsite restaurant, cafe bar and free Wi-Fi in public areas. Positioned in the centre of Thurso, the hotel is ideally situated for exploring the town s traditional shops, bars and restaurants, as well as the breathtaking surrounding countryside.All 41 en-suite guest bedrooms offer a comforting range of modern facilities, including television with Freeview, direct-dial telephone, radio alarm clocks, hairdryers and tea/coffee making facilities. Free.Wi-Fi can be enjoyed in the Reception area.

The Holborn, Thurso
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The Holborn    Thurso

The Holborn is situated in the coastal town of Thurso, local family run hotel, very central, walking distance to local beach, town centre, river and harbour areas. Close to The Castle of Mey, John O Groats and the Ferry Terminal at Scrabster. Offering 7 non-smoking, modern & comfortable en-suite rooms with full Scottish breakfast.We pride ourselves on excellent friendly and efficient service, stylish surroundings and geuine freshly cooked food using locally sourced ingredients.

Forss House Hotel, Thurso

Forss House Hotel    Thurso

Join us for work, to fish the rivers & coastline, explore the rugged countryside, marvel at the diverse wildlife that inhabits this unspoilt land, immerse yourself in the history & culture that surrounds you, play golf on one of the many James Braid designed links courses, hunt & stalk, go riding, taste the thrills of mountain biking and white water rides, a little pampering to detox & de-stress, or simply curl up in front of the roaring log fire with that book you ve been meaning to read.whatever, the choice is always yours.


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