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Royal Thurso Hotel, hotel in Thurso

Royal Thurso Hotel

Hotel in Thurso

Royal Thurso Hotel is centrally located in close proximity to the train station in the town of Thurso. The hotel provides free Wi-Fi access in rooms and public areas of the hotel.

7.0
Good
719 reviews
Price from£60per night
Pentland Hotel, hotel in Thurso

Pentland Hotel

Hotel in Thurso

Offering a restaurant serving fresh Caithness seafood, Pentland Hotel is centrally located in Thurso and provides free WiFi access in public areas. A lounge bar with snacks is at the guests' disposal....

7.7
Good
1,157 reviews
Price from£95per night
Station Hotel, hotel in Thurso

Station Hotel

Hotel in Thurso

Very close to Thurso Train Station, this hotel has free Wi-Fi, free public parking and comfortable rooms with Freeview TV. Station Hotel serves fine Scottish meat cooked in a traditional style.

7.9
Good
912 reviews
Price from£89per night
Park Hotel, hotel in Thurso

Park Hotel

Hotel in Thurso

The Park Hotel - Where the atmosphere & surroundings are as welcoming as the food. Why not go all the way! To Caithness, the land beyond the Highlands and enjoy the hospitality at the Park Hotel.

8.4
Very good
682 reviews
Price from£110per night
Forss House, hotel in Thurso

Forss House

Hotel in Thurso

Set in Thurso, 36 km from Sinclair's Bay, Forss House offers accommodation with a garden, free private parking, a restaurant and a bar.

8.8
Fabulous
641 reviews
Price from£120per night
Manor House Hotel, hotel in Thurso

Manor House Hotel

Highland Council

Set in Thurso and with Thurso Beach reachable within less than 1 km, Manor House Hotel offers a restaurant, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi and a bar. The hotel has family rooms.

8.3
Very good
1,193 reviews
Price from£75per night
Pentland Lodge House, hotel in Thurso

Pentland Lodge House

Thurso

Situated within 200 metres of Thurso Beach and 28 km of Sinclair's Bay in Thurso, Pentland Lodge House offers accommodation with seating area.

9.1
Superb
966 reviews
Price from£98per night
Holborn Hotel, hotel in Thurso

Holborn Hotel

Thurso

The Holborn is a family run hotel situated in Thurso, a 5-minute walk to the beach. It offers en suite bedrooms with tea and coffee making facilities, TV and free Wi-Fi.

8.0
Very good
630 reviews
Price from£100per night
Sandras Backpackers, hotel in Thurso

Sandras Backpackers

Caithness

Sandra's Backpackers is set in the centre of Thurso, the UK’s most northerly town. This simple hostel offers rooms and dorms with free Wi-Fi, shared bathrooms, free bed linen and towels.

7.1
Good
740 reviews
Price from£58per night
Valleyview House, hotel in Thurso

Valleyview House

Thurso

Just 3 miles from Thurso, mainland Scotland’s most northerly town, Valleyview House offers stylish accommodation and high-quality breakfasts.

9.4
Superb
465 reviews
Price from£65per night
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What guests said about Thurso:

  • 8.0

    Some of the best place to eat in UK.

    Some of the best place to eat in UK. Outdoors is its selling point, if King Charles III has a holiday retreat nearby it must be the best in the World. Winter nights are dark and cold with limited night life.
    Peter
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Excellent place to go and the drive there was same as saw so...

    Excellent place to go and the drive there was same as saw so much and I had been saying for Years I should go there and now I have I have recommended to Others and be back with Family again soon.There is something for everyone in Thurso.
    Michael
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0

    We used Thurso as a jumping off and landing point for the...

    We used Thurso as a jumping off and landing point for the Orkney islands. I wish we had more time in the Thurso area as I believe there is much more to explore. And don't miss the Sri Lankan restaurant in town!! your dinner may take awhile but that's because it is being cooked up fresh.
    Shep
    United States
  • 8.0

    Thurso is a town that has seen better days, but most people...

    Thurso is a town that has seen better days, but most people are going to Thurso to visit John O Groats or to catch a ferry, rather than for the town itself. We stayed out of season so did not visit the beach. We enjoyed our walk to Dunnet Head, and spent our 2nd day visiting John O Groats and Wick. We recommend the Thurso Visitor centre / Museum (free entry, but donatiion requested)
    Dennis
    United Kingdom
  • 6.0

    The house is rather dark and drab.

    The house is rather dark and drab. The pictures make it look much lighter. It was good for one night. It can be difficult to find somewhere which allows just one night. There was food in the freezer, and sheets in the dryer when we arrived. That was a bit odd. Otherwise, a good location, easy to find. Fine for one night.
    A
    Anonymous
    United States
  • 8.0

    There's not much to do, but it is an excellent location for...

    There's not much to do, but it is an excellent location for seeing and exploring the surrounding area (and a trip to Orkney). I really liked Thurso as people were friendly and it was really peaceful.
    Paul
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Thurso

  • 9.6
    Exceptional · 412 reviews
    This is our second visit to Braeside, and it was just as outstanding as the first a year ago. The quality of the pods have maintained a high standard, and the extra size to them makes a big difference in comparison to other pods we have stayed in. The kitchen area is big enough to prepare a meal, and the shower was the best we had across the multiple properties we stayed in during our Scotland holiday. There is also the added bonus of the hot tub with a view! What more can you possibly want?!
    Ian
    United Kingdom
  • 7.7
    Good · 1,183 reviews
    Very easy to find, and there was heaps of free parking available. The real stand out for us was the high quality of our dinner in the restaurant, it was probably the best meal we had during our two week drive around Scotland, and seriously good value too - our expectations were well and truly exceeded. This hotel is very conveniently situated for the Scrabster ferry to Orkney - no use to us on this trip, but we will know for future reference.
    Matthew
    United Kingdom
  • From £65 per night
    9.4
    Superb · 465 reviews
    It is a fine house, beautifully kitted out for guests, run by nice people. The prices are very reasonable. It is situated in a fine part of the world; a Lightly rolling, lush, green landscape full of locally owned farms. It is a peaceful part of Scotland and provides a fine contrast to the rugged parts of the Highlands with grand views of the Orkney Islands and within a mile or so of the wild beaches of the north coast.
    Gordon
    United Kingdom
  • 9.5
    Exceptional · 505 reviews
    The breakfast was excellent. The location was perfect with a lovely view. Fantastic large room in a stunning, beautifully renovated, comfortable old house. But best of all were the owners, Michael and Karen. They were incredibly friendly and helpful, eager to inform about places to eat, and Michael even offered to bring us and/or our bags to the train station (it was just a ten minute walk). Such a wonderful place to stay!
    Debra
    United States
  • From £110 per night
    8.4
    Very good · 682 reviews
    The hotel was easy to access from the main road,with its own parking.You could walk into town in 5 mins.The room was very comfortable and a brilliant bathroom, all exceptionally clean. The staff are very friendly however not in your face.The meals are just amazing, I loved my breakfast ! and good value for money. I would definitely stay again and recommend it to those who want to explore the north of Scotland.
    David
    Spain
  • From £58 per night
    7.1
    Good · 740 reviews
    We wanted somewhere inexpensive to stay in Thurso for one night so we could be away on the first ferry to Orkney, and this fit the bill. On our trip around Scotland we largely stayed in hostel-type accommodation, and this was pretty much what we'd expect from a small independent hostel in that location. Some of the decor and facilities looked a bit tired, but I guess that's the nature of the beast.
    simiolusmalus
    United Kingdom
  • From £88 per night
    7.5
    Good · 757 reviews
    The location was very convenient, and the staff were pleasant to work with. Check in was easy and there was plenty of parking, etc. We had a fantastic dinner, with out table in the atrium area of the restaurant overlooking the view down to the water, which was great. The staff were all friendly and helpful. Breakfast was good, with plenty of options, and they even packaged up one to go for us.
    Charlotte
    United States
  • From £219 per night
    8.8
    Fabulous · 641 reviews
    We stayed in the converted and charming mill cottage by the waterfalls. A group of six and had everything we needed, plus room to entertain. Comfortable & spacious with fabulous views of the falls. Had a private dining room in main hotel to celebrate a special birthday and staff very helpful organising the cake and decorations etc. You can walk along the river to the coastline from the hotel.
    Helen
    United Kingdom
  • 7.3
    Good · 79 reviews
    Erna is a friendly, cheerful host who made us feel at home. The room was quiet and comfortable. Location is good with some good restaurants nearby. Our favourites were YNot and the Holburn Hotel. Thurso is a nice town and the main highlights such as the Castle of Mey, Dunnet Head and John O'Groats are not far away.
    Graeme Hurst
    United Kingdom
  • From £105 per night
    7.7
    Good · 1,158 reviews
    Excellent breakfast and Maureen was as fantastic as ever. Nothing is ever too much trouble for her. Her 25 years of dedication to the hotel really shows. Andrew was an attentive owner/manager who addressed any concerns at once and made our stay very comfortable. Food was great value, especially Sunday’s carvery.
    Barbara
    United Kingdom
  • From £110 per night
    8.4
    Very good · 682 reviews
    The staff was amazing freindly very helpfull and listend to anything i needed the breakfast buffett was brilliant with all you need for a good start the evening meals stand out as exceptional i had the roast beef dinner and at £12 or less for main meals are the cheepest in the area.
    Andy Peacher
    United Kingdom
  • From £98 per night
    9.1
    Superb · 966 reviews
    Great location in Thurso, close to the town and plenty of dining options nearby. Clean and comfortable room and the hotel is on a quiet street. Really friendly staff at the hotel, happy to recommend things to see and do and also cook a cracking breakfast in the morning.
    Timg1001
    United Kingdom
  • From £75 per night
    8.3
    Very good · 1,193 reviews
    Self-described rustic and restored hotel lives up to its description. Charmed. Owners are happy to offer suggestions and cook to order guests' meals. Great location: about a 5-minute walk from Thurso train station and about a 10-minute walk to the shoreline.
    LongLiveEurope
    United States
  • From £89 per night
    7.9
    Good · 912 reviews
    Room was clean and comfortable with fab shower. Hotel is dog friendly and even have an eating area where your dog can be with you. Evening meal was outstanding with a good variety on the menu. Breakfast was excellent too!
    Lynn
    United Kingdom
  • From £105 per night
    7.7
    Good · 1,158 reviews
    Very well located in Thurso. Room lovely and very clean. Great value for money and would stay here again. Had dinner in hotel and very good lots of choice. Great breakfast in the morning and again lots of choice.
    Marie
    United Kingdom
  • From £60 per night
    7.0
    Good · 719 reviews
    We arrived to a nice friendly welcome from the lady at reception who told us everything we needed to know regarding times for breakfast, lunch, dinner etc and all staff in the hotel were friendly and polite
    kathleen
    United Kingdom
  • 9.5
    Exceptional · 235 reviews
    Carrig Lios more than met our expectations. Our hosts were warm and friendly and made a great breakfast and the room was perfect, with views over farmland. Great location between Thurso and John o'Groats.
    Ali
    United Kingdom
  • 9.8
    Exceptional · 45 reviews
    I was traveling for an extended period, 6 months, and Camfield House was one of the best places I stayed. I only regret that I only stayed one night. If I could do it over again, I’d book a longer stay.
    David
    United States
  • From £100 per night
    8.0
    Very good · 630 reviews
    Nice, cosy Hotel in the middle of Thurso. Delicious full Scottish breakfast by menu, so you can choose what to get.
    Philipp
    Germany
  • From £78 per night
    7.8
    Good · 498 reviews
    A very good dog friendly hotel with very friendly staff. I can fully recommend the hotel restaurant!
    Torsten
    United Kingdom