Strathy Inn

Address: Strathy by Thurso, Strathy, Caithness and Sutherland, Scottish Highlands, Scotland, KW14 7RY, United Kingdom | Inn
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      Reviewed by jimmyhudson

      Strathy Inn

      Reviewed May 30, 2013
      by (2 reviews) Leith , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      My two nights at the Strathy Inn were comfortable and relaxed. The breakfasts were thoughtfully presented. My hosts went out of their way to be helpful, checking bus timetable for me. The restaurant was obviously popular with locals and people staying at accommodation elsewhere. It offered a much more interesting range of dishes than one might expect from the usual 'bar meals.'

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