Address: Strathy Point, Strathy, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW14 7RY, United Kingdom | B&B
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      Most northerly tip of mainland Scotland

      A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Nov 02, 2014

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      Drove at 7.30 back to Duncansby Head. After brekkie, walked out to the headland. Magnificent cliff scenery, dry but windy and a few birds still nesting on the cliff tops. Looked at the three Duncansby Stacks (Scotland's answer to The Twelve Apostles off the Victoria coast.) Then back to the Boomer and drove on to Dunnet Head, the TRUE northern tip of mainland Scotland. Looked across at Scapa Flow, ...

      Orkney Islands

      A travel blog entry by rerowand on Aug 09, 2014

      ... with our local guide/driver for the day. We crossed over some of the Churchill Barriers to the Italian Chapel. This was made by Italian POWs out of two Quonset huts next to the POW camp. It was very impressive with the decor. There was also a statue of St. George slaying the dragon nearby. Our next stop was The Ring of Brodgar, which is a Neolithic henge and stone circle. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Heart of ...

      DayThree (17.5 miles....Cum 49.93)

      A travel blog entry by jogling-noyes on Jun 17, 2014

      4 comments, 10 photos

      ... potato left over from lunch. So we had pie, mash and beans. A veritable feast.
      So when we got up this morning, I was surprised to be greeted by the smell of cooking bacon. Jim was kindly proving Cath wrong and giving us a cooked breakfast!
      I was worried that the uncooked bacon we had brought with us from John O'Groats (the same bacon that we had left in Elvira's fridge....only for her to drive after us and return to us!) might go off. So we decided to cook it all ...

      Birds of a Feather stick Together!

      A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jun 08, 2014


      ... north coast. There, folding and faulting have created longitudinal sequences of Lewisian gneiss, basal quartzite/pipestone and Durness limestone that, because of each rock-type's different susceptibility to erosion, can be seen easily in the landform as you drive through the sequence.

      'OK, K'way', I hear you saying, 'let's get back to awe-inspiration of the intervening night that you teased us with a paragraph ago.'

      To the point quickly: we'd heard about midges, ...

      North by north west

      A travel blog entry by twovines on Jul 27, 2013

      15 photos

      Our day begins at Smoo Cave which is just down the road from our campsite. This cave is the only one in the UK which has an outer chamber formed by sea action and inner chambers created by rain water. It's pretty big and was used to shelter and repair Viking ships. Norse and Iron Age archeological finds suggest that it's use may go back as far as 6000 years. It's name, Smoo derives from the Norse 'smjugg' or 'smuga' meaning a hole or hiding place. As ...