Quayside Bed and Breakfast

Address: 25 Harbour Quay, Wick, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW1 5EP, United Kingdom | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 25 Harbour Quay, 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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... changed from our last visit in 1989. Re-enactments, conducted tour, and excellent interpretative centre. The last battle fought on British soil, 16th April 1746, saw the defeat of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites for good. Fish and chips for lunch at the small village of Helmsdale (Valley of the Helmets). Driving up the east coast, good weather and ...

Lewiston( Inverness ) to Thurso

A travel blog entry by loisclarke on Oct 19, 2014

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Royal Hotel, Thurso. Weather fine with clouds, sunny periods and then some rain showers late in the day A lovely breakfast at the B&B before we left to drive through Inverness and up the east coast to Wick, John O'Groats, Dunnet Head and into Thurso. We stopped at Golspie for morning tea. Free parking and free toilets up north! We then stopped at Hill of Many Stanes, a Pict historical site. It had 22 rows of stones up ended and they are not sure whether they are astronomical ...

Day 9 Travel to Wick

A travel blog entry by dougm51 on Sep 13, 2013

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WICK & THE ORKNEY ISLANDS.
Visit the Culloden Visitor Centre and battlefield, scene of the 1746 defeat of the Jacobites before driving along the shores of Loch
Ness in search of the monster. Now follow the lovely coastal route north to Wick for two nights. After breakfast, drive to John O'Groats, the most northerly town on the British mainland, where
you board a terry to the Orkney lslands. Visit the village of Skara Brae, the Ring of Brodgar, Kirkwall and the ...

Wick and Castle Mey

A travel blog entry by rozzij on Aug 30, 2013

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... of 7,333 and is a Royal Burgh. It is an estuary town and very pretty. We stay at the Norseman Hotel which is a 70's style hotel but really comfy. We get our room keys and tidy up then head off to see the Queen Mother's home of Castle Mey which is open to the public when Charles & Camilla aren't staying. The Queen Mother bought the Castle in 1952 after her husband died and as it was in danger of being abandoned. It needed a lot ...

End of a Journey

A travel blog entry by priceless on Jun 05, 2013

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We awaken to the sound of the bus load of 'tourists' getting ready for a day tour on the Orkney Islands.   By the time we wander in for breakfast, they have all gone and we share the room with a small number of other guests. As we are booking out, the guy at reception says that another bus load will be in tomorrow and it will continue throughout the 'summer'.   This is what keeps the town viable. We know from yesterday's walk that John O'Groats is just 20 miles (32 ...

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