Wick

Wick is an ancient town with its own castle to the south and another Sinclair Girnigio north, and within the settlement what is claimed to be the narrowest street in Britain. Of interest to the traveller too its little airport and the nearby Pulteney distillery... Read More

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Brown Trout Hotel

Brown Trout Hotel

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The Brown Trout Hotel, situated in the historical village of Watten near Loch Watten, offers luxurious accommodation, fantastic home cooked food and a friendly atmosphere This family run hotel is ... More

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Norseman British Trust Hotel

Norseman British Trust Hotel

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In the centre of Wick, overlooking Wick River and close to Wick Train Station, The Norseman offers good food and traditional, warm hospitality. Under new owners, Norseman Hotel has been refurbished and ... More

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Mackay's Hotel

Mackay
Mackay's Hotel is located in Wick, in the beautiful area of Caithness. Family run, the hotel and No 1 Bistro has gained wide recognition for its high standard of award winning service and fine food. The ... More | visit website
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Breadalbane House Hotel

Breadalbane House Hotel

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Housed within a splendid stone wall building, originally constructed in 1891, this small hotel is ideally set within a 2-minute walk of Wick town centre. Originally built as the private home ... More

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Sinclair Bay Hotel

Sinclair Bay Hotel

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A small family run hotel with comfortable rooms, tv and coffee making facilities in all rooms. We serve a wide range of food in our restaurant, & real ale behind the bar. ... More

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