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Mackays Rooms and Restaurant

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Small 4 star hotel modern highland chic with fantastic food. Located in Durness near Cape Wrath & Sandwood Bay relax in the heart of Mackay Country. The perfect place to free the heart and restore one's soul! Without a doubt, Mackays is the premier place to stay in the most far- flung northwest corner of Scotland. The 7 en-suite bedrooms are individually decorated and furnished. Each room is unique and different from the next. A stylish home from home atmosphere leaves guests with no option but to unwind, relax and enjoy the surroundings. Peatstacks is the small, intimate restaurant within Mackays. Serving many traditional Highland dishes, which are now difficult to find. The daily changing menu features top quality food using the finest local ingredients, ensuring superb results.

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