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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. A great budget hotel. Clean and friendly, comfy bed, everything exactly as you'd expect for the price.
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. Good varied breakfast. Hot food was cooked to order and excellent. Only a short distance from the railway station.
Situated in Wick in the Highlands region, The Clachan B&B features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a Full English/Irish breakfast. Lovely room. Really nice hosts, very helpful and knowledgeable about local eateries, travel, tourist sites, etc. Great breakfast too!
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. Very clean and comfortable the food excellent and the owners were lovely
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. Lovely people, walking distance from restaurants. Nice amd clean room. Breakfast was really nice too.
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. Great place. Booked for my fiancé's family and they loved it. Beautiful apartment right in the centre of Wick!
Loved the proximity to a working harbour,very interesting.Very close to historic sites,buildings and castles.Wonderful panoramic views of the sea.Good restaurants,cafe's and plenty of supermarkets if self-catering.Great for walking on sunny days or rainy days.
the centre of Wick especially Bridge Street needs renovation, most of the buildings are old but ornate and would benefit from repair and restoration which would give the whole place a much needed lift.
We were travelling the NC500 we travelled from Ullapool to Durness to Tongue to John O'Groats to Wick. We wanted to eat there but a lot of the businesses were boarded up i'm guessing because of COVID. There was very few places to eat, the Wetherspoon was one of the few places open but was full. We ended up with a chinese take away and a chip shop takeaway and ate it on the harbour. We were very disappointed with Wick. We thought there would be more places to eat and little gift shops but there was nothing and it looked a little rough. Shouldn't be on the NC500
You should check on Visit Scotland website for all there is to do in the area. We walked to the harbour and along the coast a bit to the Trinkie outdoor baths. Then walked through the shops. We were having a lazy day, we had been doing the NC500, lovely scenery but some tricky roads. Please keep in mind during this Covid 19 time, lots of tourist attractions are closed for the season. So please check on their websites so not to be disappointed when you arrive to find they are closed! It is also advisable to book you accommodation and meals in advance as this can also be limited due to Covid 19. We took a flask with us for the NC500 and this came in very handy as some of the places we were travelling through at lunchtime had no café open, or if they were they were very busy.
Very interesting town. Some lovely buildings and a very varied history of boom and bust. It would be great to see more made of the Telford story and maybe using one of the deteriorating buildings as a historical centre.
Lovely quiet friendly town, we enjoyed Morag's for meals. We all have stressful jobs and found this place very relaxing. We visited the Old Pulteney distillery and had a fab tour with our guide Susan, wonderful way to spend some time on a rainy afternoon, or anytime. Plenty of walks.
Good varied breakfast. Hot food was cooked to order and excellent. Only a short distance from the railway station.
Great place. Booked for my fiancé's family and they loved it. Beautiful apartment right in the centre of Wick!
A great budget hotel. Clean and friendly, comfy bed, everything exactly as you'd expect for the price.
Lovely hosts. The hospitality was fantastic, as was the breakfast. And very comfy bed.
The view of the harbour. The owners were wonderful. Breakfast was excellent.
Very clean and comfortable the food excellent and the owners were lovely
Friendly welcome. Good location for our one night stay in Wick.
great b&b, lovely host, really clean room, great breakfast