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Mey House provides accommodation, panoramic ocean views and is located a short distance from Orkney or The Castle of Mey. Rooms have king-size beds, spacious bathrooms and flat-screen TVs. Castle suite is fantastic. Really welcoming hosts. Great breakfast
Situated in Scarfskerry in the Highlands region, Mey Cliff Cottage features a patio. Located on the beachfront, this property has barbecue facilities.
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Offering free WiFi and garden views, RetreatOnThe500 is an accommodation set in West Canisbay. The accommodation is 27 km from Thurso. A continental breakfast is available daily at the property.
Located in Dunnet, Dunnet B&B Escapes provides accommodation with free WiFi and access to a garden with a sun terrace. Simply the best.. everything is perfect!
Rowan Cottage is situated in Castletown. This property offers access to free WiFi. Very clean, warm and spacious. Host were very friendly and informative of the local area and even went above and beyond to help us out a jam (or more like a ditch!).
Situated in John O Groats, Hamnavoe provides accommodation with seating area. Free WiFi is featured. A continental breakfast is available each morning at the property. It was like staying in a cozy family cottage. The staff make you feel so at home, and I felt comfortable and safe. Lovely.
The Cottage is situated in Keiss. The accommodation is 6 km from the Sinclair's Bay. The holiday home has a TV and 1 bedroom. Guests can relax in the garden at the property.
The Ivy Wing offers accommodation in Keiss, 6 km from Sinclair's Bay. Free WiFi is available. The holiday home comes with a TV and 3 bedrooms. Guests can also relax in the garden.
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 the room, and helpful friendly staff. The restaurant provided a generous evening meal and excellent breakfast.
Castle Mey, The Orkneys and John O Groats can be visited from this location on the North Coast Route 500. The castle is a delight with wonderful informative staff giving you a private glimpse into the Queen Mum's life. The Orkneys is a lovely trip to tag on and easy to get to by Pentland Ferries. But miss John O Groats as it is such a disappointment and actually not the most northern point (Dunnet Head is). We stayed at The Castle Arms, Mey an ideal location with friendly hosts. The menu is very good and excellent quality.
Super, friendly and welcoming little hotel serving high end restaurant quality food. Imaginative dishes, made using mostly local produce, which made it such a special treat to stay there. We stayed 6 nights, so both the breakfast and dinner menus were well tested by us! The bedroom wa clean, comfortable and well equipped, as was the en suite bathroom. Good wifi connection in the lounge and some bedrooms. Comfortable lounge with good selection of drinks. The Castle of Mey is nearby and Dunnet Bay, Dunnet Head and John O'Groats is just a few miles. Plenty of car parking space at the hotel too. Absolute gem of a place!
Our main aim was to visit the Castle of Mey. This was lovely and very scenic setting right next to the sea. Mey is only a few miles along from John O'Groats where you can take a day trip over to the Orkney islands. Well worth a visit.
The Castle of Mey is the main attraction. Makes a great day out. Mey is half way between John O'Groats and Dunnet Head, the most northerly point on the UK mainland. Dunnet bay is brilliant for walking. Excellant boat trips from John O'Groats.
Mey is a good base for those doing tge norrh east sectioñ of the 500 route. The village is quite spread out being more of a crofting community. The folk are friendly but there are no other facilities apart from the hotel who provide restaurant and bar to nonpatrons as well. Mey castle is a pleasant stroll from the village.
Mey is a small village located on NC500 route. Picturesque views across to Orkney and Dunnet Head. Castle and gardens worth seeing. Mainly ate at Castle Arms Hotel. Good selection and they catered for most dietery requirements. easy to walk around .
9.9 Exceptional 18 reviews
My partner and I had two lovely nights stay at Mey House, what a beautiful location and fabulous home Rob and Sally-Ann have. The views were outstanding, the room was immaculate and so luxurious, the attention to detail is of the highest standard, great friendly hosts.......we enjoyed it so much that we are already talking about our return!!
8.5 Very good 461 reviews
Very friendly staff, the restaurant provided good food. The hotel is in a good location for catching the car ferry to the Orkney Islands.
9.6 Exceptional 66 reviews
Friendly owners. Large room with bar fridge. Nice breakfast. Handy to Castle of Mey and Gill's Bay ferry.