Bilbster House

Bilbster, Wick, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW1 5TB , United Kingdom | B&B
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Day twenty - Back to mainland

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost

... plenty of time to spare. The ferry over to mainland was the same route as the one we came to the island on. We arrived to mainland early evening and began our long drive towards Mellon Udrigle stopping for fuel, supplies, and John O'Groats (England's "highest" point). We were due to arrive in Mellon Udrigle after midnight, but ended up stopping earlier at a lay-by for the ...

Day seventeen - Island life

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost

This morning we had a 9:30am ferry crossing so had to be up and ready to go on time. Our ferry journey lasted an hour so before long we were over on the island of Orkney. The blog for this day is going to be very short as after we disembarked from the ferry we drove straight to our campsite at an organic ...

Day sixteen - My highlight so far

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost

... a reason. Once we finally peeled ourselves away we began our 5 hour journey up to Gills Bay. On the way we stopped at the most beautiful castle (my favourite so far) Dunford castle, gardens and falconry. It was a shame we got their after closing time, but we got some lovely shots of the sun setting around it. It was 11pm when we arrived in Gills Bay, and we had an early ferry crossing over to Orkney Island the following ...

Day 9 Travel to Wick

A travel blog entry by dougm51


... Enjoy a wee dram of the finest whisky at the Highland Park distillery before returning to your hotel.

Had pretty busy day even with quite a bit of travel.
Our first stop was at Loch Ness- it's over 700 ft deep, nice scenery but no monster sightings!
Next we went to Colloden, the battlefield where British fought the Scott's around 1756. The Scott's were slaughtered- lots of history here!
On to lunch at a little town called Dornoch. This was a very ...

Wick and Castle Mey

A travel blog entry by rozzij


... on it it was a good project for her at such a sad time. She restored it to a cosy home. It takes 30 minutes to drive further north from our hotel to the Castle Mey. There are oats growing in the fields, lots of silage and black Angus cattle. We saw where they have been cutting peat to dry and burn in winter. We drive through John O'Groats onto the Castle. When we arrive we walk around the walled garden which is wonderful. Big ...

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