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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 warm welcome from everyone from the front desk reception till we left staff were all so lovely. Every little detail had been attended to lovely room great ensuite. Murray made us feel very welcome so many extra touches the dram on arrival and the paper at breakfast Would recommend this hotel to everyone and would love to return on future visits to the area .Dinner was excellent as was breakfast.A real find on our travels round Scotland.
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. I stay in hotels regularly due to my work and have to say this is probably one of the best down to earth hotels I have stayed in for a long time, what can I say the staff were more than helpful, the food was excellent especially the breakfast and also one of the best I had in a long time The room was clean, warm and bed was extremely comfortable
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. Lovely B&B, very friendly host.
Set in Wick, Impala Guest House features accommodation with free WiFi. All units come with a seating area, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a hair dryer and shower. I really enjoyed my stay. Nice, quiet place with an amazing view and a reasonable way to offer breakfast. Julie is a lovely host and everything was just perfect! They make the difference!
Offering free WiFi and sea views, Harbour quay is an accommodation located in Wick. This holiday home features a garden. Very well appointed, lots of nice touches, a breakfast box of cereal and bread/ marmalade, marmite etc plus eggs, bacon, fruit juice and butter left in the fridge on arrival for breakfast. Fresh fruit available, Very quiet and bed super comfy and spotlessly clean
Wick Apartment is set in Wick. The apartment has garden views and is 33 km from Thurso. The apartment features 2 bedrooms, a living room, and a kitchen with a dishwasher. Very nice and clean property with free parking and very close to the town centre.
Situated in Keiss, just 2.5 km from Sinclair's Bay, The Herons features accommodation with a garden and free WiFi. The property features sea views.
Mory'S Cottage offers accommodation in Keiss, 2.5 km from Sinclair's Bay. It features free WiFi and a garden. The holiday home has a TV. Wick John O’Groats Airport is 11 km from the property.
Set in Keiss, within 3.8 km of Sinclair's Bay, Seaview Apartment is an accommodation offering sea views. Guests may enjoy free WiFi.
Boasting sea views, Greenbraes, Wick offers accommodation with a garden, around 3.6 km from Sinclair's Bay. This property offers access to free WiFi.
A good base, but not a lot in the town itself to justify a long stay. Nice French restaurant, but otherwise pretty standard takeaways etc. Harbour chip shop is great though. Pubs very poor, fact that Wetherspoons is about the best says it all! There seems to be an effort to highlight the town's interesting history. Hope it succeeds, but it clearly needs working on. Stay in Thurso if you need a base locally.
Wick is regenerating and offers so much for the lone traveller and families. Well worth a serious visit, give time to explore the amazing heritage and nearby places of interest. Wick is a hidden gem, a gateway to the past, present and future of Caithness.
This northern Scottish town has a fishing past and from what we saw still has an active shellfish industry. We didn’t get to the Heritage centre this time as we chose to walk around the centre streets and part of the harbour during our short visit. Lunch at Morags Cafe was tasty and good value - we had sandwiches which came with salad and good coffee.
Open views and countryside. Good walks and local museum. Had lunch in a cafe by the Harbour called Wicker’s World with good home cooking and lovely fresh fish. Amazing French restaurant called Bord de L’eau in Market Street - what a find! Good base to visit John O’Groats and Castle of Mey and continuing on Route 500.
Small town with not much to offer besides scenic beaches and rugged hillside. The road over from the north west coast or from the south is small and windy and very busy :( the west coast is the best coast, sadly wick is in the very north east!
We are at the French restaurant for both nights we were in Wick Another venue we would have liked was booked up but both nights the food was excellent with an opportunity to speak with the chef on the first night
7.9 Good 374 reviews
I stayed in the single room for 1 night during my bike tour of Scotland. Plenty of room for me and my gear. The rooms are on the second floor. Bathroom was accross the hall but not a problem and was just for me. Very friendly hosts and very accomodating to my needs. Breakfast usually starts at 7.30am but they were kind enough to bring mine to the room at 6.15am, fantastic as I was setting off early for a 500 mile stretch. Breakfast was fantastic. Thank you.
8.9 Fabulous 59 reviews
Huge apartment with three large bedrooms plus a lounge room. Bedrooms had very comfortable beds and nice linen. Each bedroom had an en-suite bathroom. The decor is traditional and suits the period nature of the property. The heating worked well and the flat was cosy and warm. Location was good, central to Wick and you can see the harbour from the lounge. Free street parking for cars. 5 min walk to the train station.
9.2 Superb 7 reviews
The location was great, we based ourselves here for a day trip to Orkney. The owner of the property was very friendly and shared lots of local knowledge with us that was great to hear. We liked seeing the Trinkie and Old Castle of Wick. We would go back and would recommend to friends.
9.1 Superb 109 reviews
Lovely B & B in Wick. Our proprietor Isobel was welcoming and very accommodating. We loved being with her and her breakfast was exceptional. Beautiful view of the Bay from our room. Highly recommended!
9.7 Exceptional 147 reviews
Very modern apartment with all appliances. The bed was comforable. Located a short walk from the port and town. It is a great base to explore the top end of scotland. Easy parkin
8.1 Very good 267 reviews
This is a spacious Hotel in the middle of town. We had a Bar Snack which was a generous portion. The Breakfast was good which we enjoyed. We would return to this hotel.
9.8 Exceptional 141 reviews
The many little extra touches the hosts provide, the property is tastefully furnished, warm and comfortable. My "go to" choice in Wick.
8.9 Fabulous 127 reviews
Lots of space. The fact that it was available on a Banking Holiday weekend. It was relatively close to John Groans and Wick Castle
9.7 Exceptional 80 reviews
We stayed at 10 small B&B’s and hotels across Scotland. The Clachan and The Station Hotel in Rothes were the top two.
8.6 Fabulous 181 reviews
Great location in the centre of Wick, a good portion of Scottish breakfast and a helpful host.
8.9 Fabulous 31 reviews
The flat was spacious, clean and near to the city center of wick.
8.5 Very good 220 reviews
The hotel was very clean and modernised.
8.7 Fabulous 149 reviews
Why stay in a conventional hotel when you can try something different. Very friendly hosts with lovely friendly dogs. Everyone made our little dog Rudi very welcome too. This is a hidden gem, beautiful walks in the area. Breakfast was very special in the dining room. Such a beautiful building steeped in History.
9.2 Superb 142 reviews
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.