Address: 6 Northcote Street, Wick, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW1 5QP, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on 6 Northcote Street, Wick, is near Wick Heritage Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Wick

John O'Groats at last!

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 01, 2014

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... moor and coastal scenery. Then to John O'Groats, NOT the most northerly tip of Scotland( see tomorrow). John had wanted to come here since 1989 and today he made it. Looked around the small village and took the usual photos with the signpost, then moved from the small settlement to the headland at Duncansby Head to camp. There we met Nigel and Sandra, an English ...

Wicked sailing to Wick

A travel blog entry by simoncole on Jul 01, 2014

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... for 4 hours in superb conditions - some of the nicest sailing ever.

We were tied up in Wick by a quarter to nine and took a brief strole around this former fishing town, similar in size to Looe. In one year in the 19th century more herring were landed in Wick than any other port in the world. ...

Wick and Castle Mey

A travel blog entry by rozzij on Aug 30, 2013

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... We pass through Brora, another petty village and we're driving along the coastline through steep hills, Heather, and past Dubeath. We can see the oil rigs & wind farm out in the sea. We're seeing Highland cattle, sheep and horses. It's very wind blown country but so pretty. We pass through Latheronewheel village, Thurso Scrabster & a sign to the Gunn Museum, Lybster (we're in Caithness county) & Occumster. Wick has ...

Caithness (top o' Scotland

A travel blog entry by rjbitcheno on Jun 05, 2013

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... and Jon sitting on seat pretending to be Prince Charles!! This was an unexpected treat and thoroughly enjoyed by us all.

Ferry across to the Orkneys was like sailing on glass - yes, not a breath of wind thank goodness. We did go through a small area of turbulence which was purely currents and rips.

I shall fill you in on the Orkneys very soon.

Love Robyn & Jon

Jimmy's coastal walk: Day 41

A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on May 03, 2013

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... Queen Mother.
The rest of the morning brought a series of quirky odds and ends. The most interesting was the Whale Rescue centre at Scarfskerry. I do not expect to be lucky enough to see any whales during the course of my walk but this reminded me that these creatures are very much a part of our marine fauna.
Once again I was aiming to travel back to Edinburgh via Inverness later in the day. A bus at 1250 would get me ...

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