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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. Friendly, efficient staff. The abundant fresh berries/fruits of the forest at breakfast -delicious! The manager kindly allowed us to have the Sunday night carvery buffet, even though we'd arrived back late from the Orkneys.
Situated in Castletown, 29 km from Wick, Aurora Bed & Breakfast features a garden and free WiFi. There is a private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer in each unit, along with free toiletries. Getting to know Richard, Jane and the amazing food they prepared. Home baked bread, hospitality and great sitting room. Getting to know the hosts was just a delight.
Located 9.5 km from Thurso, near Dunnet Beach, Bank House features free WiFi. The bed and breakfast offers a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer, free toiletries and shower. The house was really interesting, located close to the beach and was VERY clean!
Boasting a garden, barbecue facilities, and a terrace, Bayview Cottage, provides accommodation in Thurso with free WiFi and sea views. Top quality accommodation, very comfortable everything you would need, even complimentary breakfast items and samples of local drinks
Providing hot tub facilities, Braeside Retreats features accommodation in Thurso. Free WiFi is offered. Braeside Retreats was fabulous! We loved the location, the view and the pod was perfect. We felt like we were completely alone in our private pod. It was great to have a kitchen at our disposal and the hot tub was a dream! We can't stop raving about it.
Nice hidden gem. Found a smashing Heritage Centre of an old flagstone company. Walking trail around the old ruins/surviving buildings. Met a stoat on the pebbled beach, which absolutely made my day.
We stayed for a night before catching the ferry to Orkney. It was a good choice of booking as the host was friendly and informative. Our room was nice and clean and we were served a tasty breakfast in the morning.
Only a small village built on the crossroads and river, good stop for sightseeing and only 10mins from Thurso. Better parking here and has some decent local utility shops eg butcher, fresh veg, groceries and bank terminal although no bank. Hotel is ideal for staying and food. Lack of guest houses may be a problem. Close to excellent seafront for beach and Castle of Mey. 15 mins from Wick Airport.
While we stayed in Castletown for two nights we didn't really spend much time in it. We went down to a wee bay by the beach which was lovely, although extremely windy and we never got out of the car. Besides this, we tried one of the local takeaways (Krispy Chicken and Fish I think it was called) which was kind of like a chip shop but with a side of KFC but also did pizza and kebab. Food was amazing!
Castletown is a nice little village ideally situated as a base for exploring Caithness and Sutherland. Village has a good shop and butcher. Hotel does exellent meals. There is a heritage centre and pretty harbour. Also an excellent chip shop. Located with in easy reach of Thurso and Wick for more shops.
Small town between Wick and Thurso, but still bas good restaurant at a local hotel (Castle Hotel) where you can get evening meal. Conveniently placed for visiting Castle of Mey (in season) and Dunnet Head or taking Orkney ferries, as well as being on the North 500 route.
Friendly, efficient staff. The abundant fresh berries/fruits of the forest at breakfast -delicious! The manager kindly allowed us to have the Sunday night carvery buffet, even though we'd arrived back late from the Orkneys.
The host was very friendly and helpful and the breakfast was delicious!!