Brown Trout Hotel

Address: Brown Trout Hotel Station Road, Watten, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW1 5YN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Brown Trout Hotel Station Road, Watten, is near Wick Heritage Museum.
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        • Restaurant
        • Bar/lounge


        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews Brown Trout Hotel Watten

        4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

        Travel Blogs from Watten

        Up over for us down unders!

        A travel blog entry by begone on Aug 14, 2014

        7 comments, 2 photos

        ... non-existent wind!
        What a lovely castle. We were shown how she lived in the castle. How at 100+ she still walked up the front stairs, how she purchased artwork from local artists, made her cook bake a Christmas cake each year for the local public school children, how she had a picnic lunch almost every day somewhere in the local area, and how she entertained guests for dinner.
        and the walled garden, full of roses, vegetables of every kind, including about 15 different potato ...

        Getting to the Bottom of Alba.

        A travel blog entry by rnjemk on Jun 13, 2014


        ... line has been drawn across the land. To the north, peat bogs are ubiquitous with a few indigenous timbered glens where a mini-climate and good soil has enabled Scottish Pine, Oak, Beech and Aspen to make a comeback. Around 30 years ago Scottish Forestry planted as a mono-culture what looks like pinus radiata across great swathes of peat country. These forests have now reached maturity are being heavily harvested. The post-harvest visual effect is one of ecological vandalism. Given ...

        To the North!

        A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 09, 2013

        17 photos

        ... men with large lenses waiting for the aircraft to fly overhead, we boarded my "usual" Crosscountry train from Aberdeen to Penzance, but this time only two stops, 15 minutes, to Ladybank. We had twenty minutes wait on the tiny platform with only one bench, which was occupied by a cheery young man and his smiling staffy. I mean, REALLY occupied by the staffy: as we approached the bench, instead of scooting over to make room for us, the young man patted the bench to encourage the dog to jump ...

        Jimmy's coastal walk: day 40

        A travel blog entry by jimmyhudson on May 02, 2013

        1 comment, 22 photos

        ... and soon returned to the cliff path.
        The weather forecast was not good for that day or the next but the hazy sun was bright enough to cast a shadow. During the morning the haziness increased and the shadow disappeared until the sun became a faint glow behind me.
        The first landmarks were a pair of castles Old Keiss Castle and New Keiss Castle. The old one on a dramatic cliff edge site, dates from 1595 but was already a ruin by ...

        Phase 21 Day 2

        A travel blog entry by heather-stewart on Jun 27, 2012

        3 comments, 20 photos

        What a difference a day makes! After the glorious weather of yesterday, today was dank and dreary, misty and murky. We were up fairly early and with breakfast eaten, lunch packed and waterproofs on we headed down the A9 to The Laidhay Croft Museum to begin the walk for the day. Cloud was down over the hills causing low visibility and plenty of spray which caused the necessity of headlights and wipers. Walking started at 9am and it was brolly up and head down, sheltered from the ...