Impala

Address: Broadhaven Road, Wick, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW1 4RF, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Broadhaven Road, Wick, is near Wick Heritage Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Wick

    A Farewell to Orkney

    A travel blog entry by thehamguy1 on Jul 08, 2015

    16 photos

    ... partially separated living spaces, but whether they were for family groups or for important personages is not known. Neither is it known why, between about 2400 and 2200 BC, the structures were "decomissioned" and infilled with rubble and middens. Some removal of stone for other structures has been noted. But by and large the site is intact, the roofing stone has even been found lying where it had fallen when the roofs collapsed, and the strong, thick, dressed-stone walls are still ...

    Inverness to Wick

    A travel blog entry by bern54 on Aug 27, 2014

    4 comments, 10 photos

    ... Firth bridge. Starting to see oil rigs. Stopped at Helmsdale for hot chip lunch on the edge of the marina at a little village called Helmsdale. It used be a herring fishing village. There were flags flying on the hill to show the countries where the migrants went- Scotland, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and USA. Hardly any trees on the hillsides, quite a few ruined ...

    Day 7 - Orkney Islands

    A travel blog entry by franmart on Sep 14, 2013

    11 photos

    Orkney Island is the most northern point of UK. Arrived by ferry round 9am and bordered a bus to tour Island. Visited Italian Chapel which was built by Italian POWs in the 1940s. The POWs built the causeways joining all the islands using 16,000 x 1.5 metre cube blocks of cement. Morning highlight was visiting the Highland Whiskey Distillery on the Island and sampled 12 year old single malt whiskey which left a nice warm feeling ...

    Caithness (top o' Scotland

    A travel blog entry by rjbitcheno on Jun 05, 2013

    4 photos

    ... the name (probably due to the tastings at the previous two!).

    On Thursday 6th June we headed up to John O'Groats which, in fact, is not the northern most point of Scotland - Dunnet Head is. John O'Groats was very disappointing - they have the signpost up there where we had our photos taken way back in the 70's however now it is guarded by a fence and you have to pay to have ...

    Thurso and Dunnet Head

    A travel blog entry by brittanydoris_j on May 22, 2013

    53 photos

    ... of the east coast of Scotland. A rather derelict town, but has a relaxed laid back vibe. It also has one of the best right breaks surf in the Uk. Tom was keen to hit the waves in his special wetsuit but the weather has been dang. He did do a bit of salmon fishing in the Thurso river and hooked a 10-15 pound salmon but lost it! He was very upset and he had fished in the freezing cold from 5am! The wind was hectic on ...