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Just 500 metres from Wick Bay, The Nethercliffe Hotel offers free parking and free Wi-Fi. With a traditional restaurant and private garden, the hotel is a 3-minute drive from Wick Airport. The welcome was warm. Breakfast tasty. Very comfortable & spotlessly clean.
Nestled in the heart of the picturesque town of Wick and overlooking Wick River, The family-run Norseman Hotel features its own private garden. It offers an on-site car park and free Wi-Fi. The whole stay was superb from the moment i arrive to the moment i left, the staff were very helpful and attentive and this made the stay very comfortable. The hotel is very cosy and i will use it again when i am back in the area
Wick Holiday Home - NC500 Route is set in Wick. This property offers access to free WiFi. The holiday home includes 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with a bath and a shower, a seating area, and a kitchen. Beverly is a wonderful host! The explainations were cristal clear, the tiny house is lovely, the recommandations perfect! Everything is done to make your stay perfect!
Bank Guest House is situated 20 minutes’ drive from John O’Groats, offering rooms with en suite private shower rooms and free Wi-Fi, less than 10 minutes’ walk from Wick Rail Station. Very friendly host. Gave us lots of information.
Featuring accommodation with a terrace, Cardon Baview is located in Wick. This property offers access to squash on the squash court.
Bridge Street Apartments is located in Wick. There is an in-house restaurant and free WiFi. The property includes a living room with a flat-screen TV. Great location for work in Wick.
Located in the heart of Wick, these serviced apartment offer free WiFi access and free on-site parking. The top floor apartments feature a balcony with a view of the Wick River and surrounding area. Best accommodation ever. The apartment is right over the river. It is supreme luxurious and the price was fantastic. It is one of the places where you come and wish your own house was that nice. I travel with Booking a lot and this was so far my best experience.
Situated in Wick, Bay View offers accommodation with free WiFi and a garden. A continental or buffet breakfast is available each morning at the property. Thurso is 35 km from the bed and breakfast. from start to finish i could not fault my stay here
In Wick, in the beautiful area of Caithness in the Northern Highlands, Mackays offers award-winning service and fine food in No1 Bistro, as well as free Wi-Fi and parking. A charming hotel with fine dining.
Set in Wick, Langley Cottage offers accommodation with a patio and free WiFi. The accommodation is 33 km from Thurso. A stunning hotel /resort 3 room cottage suite where you would not expect to find such . Travelers looking for a home base to experience this corner of Scotland will be hard pressed to top this place.
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Northern Sands Hotel is situated in the village of Dunnet, 3 km from Dunnet Head. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free private parking is available on site. Friendly people work to make you feel like at home, beautiful view from my room, good food for...
On the banks of the River Thurso in the village of Halkirk, this hotel is a 10-minute drive from Thurso town centre. It is built from Caithness stone, and has free Wi-Fi and free parking on site. The rooms were fresh and modern
With panoramic views of the Pentland Firth and the Orkney Isles, Seaview Hotel is just half a mile from the John O’Groats ferry terminal. Staff was friendly and service was prompt. Check-in & out were also handled efficiently
This small, family-run hotel has free Wi-Fi and free parking. It is in the centre of Castletown, close to Thurso and Wick and only minutes from the Castle of Mey. This hotel had all that we needed Onsite parking, easy access to the room,very good facilities in...
A former 19th-century coaching inn, Castle Arms Hotel is a Visit Scotland award winning hotel just 8 miles from John O'Groats, in the village of Mey. The hosts are fantastic, so is the food quality and the service in the restaurant, the room was...
The Portland Hotel is located in Lybster. Boasting a spacious guest lounge, this property also provides guests with a restaurant. Guests can have a cocktail at the bar. The staff were very warm and welcoming, there was nothing they would not do.
Situated in the historic village of Watten, near Loch Watten, this family-run hotel provides a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, complemented by comfortable accommodation and fantastic home-cooked... Helpfulness of the staff. Over and beyond usual.
Wick is a small town situated not far from John O'Groats but rather north and tedious to get too. Not much on offer up there other than to say it is the most northerly connected land of the UK. If you are heading to Orkney Islands etc then its good. There was a limited public use of a laundry shop which was very good for us. 1 nights stay is plenty there.
We put up a night in Wick as it was on our way southbound from the north. We found out that it is a nice town with good locals who were easy to communicate to. The Bridge Apartment was hard to find and rather elusive. We had to call a couple of times to get the directions even though out GPS has confirmed arrival. There was signage printed on the door. We collected the keys at a fast food store on the ground floor and made our way up. Despite the horrific outside appearance, it was all well done on the inside of the apartment. Cosy beds and ample space for my family to move about. The only comments were it was untidy, it appeared as if the owners were in a quick rush to get the place ready for our occupancy. Rubbish were not taken out, and the worst was the bathroom was smelly. Nonetheless, we had our good night sleep. Tired from whole day of touring the upper north of Scotland.
Great historical site with references to it on the Lowrie walk. The Heritage museum is well worth visiting. Since we were out all day we were late finding places to eat but found a Weatherspoon's which was fine. Sad to see many building, on High St not only empty but really dilapidated. So many building associated with fishing industry where really in bad shape. My understanding is that they are listed building - so not sure what the future holds for them. There was signs of major investment near harbour - I think it headquarters of company involved. in off shore windfarms. On other side of harbour, the houses looked much newer and better maintained. Saw quite a few cyclists who use Wick as pit stop. Wick has so much potential. Met some really nice friendly people there.
Sadly like many seaside towns and ports Wick is a bit depressing with several houses and business premises boarded up in the harbour area. The town centre is better. It was OK for a one night stop over on our way to the Orkney Islands. Gills Port and John O' Groats ferries are a short 30 minutes drive away. Wick has a few restaurants and a Wetherspoons pub. We tried Caithness Balti, which was very good.
A typical dour looking northern Scottish town. Good harbour, and plenty of places of interest around (both historical and scenic). Very limited facilities in the town itself, although there are at least a couple of good places to eat..
We visit Wick a lot as we have family in the area, were there for a wedding and decided to stay an extra couple of days, went a visit out to John O Groats and we're delighted to see a lot of regeneration going on, so lovely to see as sadly it had become quite run down in latter years which was such a shame when it's such a tourist attraction.