Welcome to the Castletown Hotel, Caithness, Near Thurso. The Castletown Hotel was formerly the St Clair Arms Hotel Caithness which was bought in June 2007 by Andrew and Sandy Mackay, two local brothers.
Seaview Hotel is ideally situated for your holiday in the North of Scotland, with stunning views overlooking the Pentland Firth, Stroma and the Orkney Islands and only 300yds from the John O’Groats Ferry Terminal and a couple of minutes from the Gills Bay Ferry, we are the place to come.
Welcome to a family operated caravan and camping park located on the north coast of Scotland where you will find truly unique opportunities to experience Scottish history, flora and fauna.
Harrow Cottages are a set of three self-catering cottages; The Barn, The Byre and The Stable, two with one bedroom and one with two bedrooms providing an ideal base for exploring the diverse range of attractions Caithness has to offer.
The 500-year-old Castle is situated in the centre of Dornoch opposite the town’s 13th century Cathedral, boasting stunning views of the historic town. Ideally located for exploring the wonders that the Scottish Highlands has to offer, with only a short walk to the world famous Royal Dornoch Golf Course and Dornoch’s stunning beach.
Our site is situated at the end off the A99 on the seafront beside the Last House in Scotland. You could be amongst the thousands that say "we have made it, we have arrived at John O Groats" From the site you can relax and enjoy the panoramic views of the Pentland Firth and the Orkney islands. The nearest Orkney Island is only 7 miles away. The booking office for day trips to the Islands is at the entrance to the site.
There is something for everyone at the Royal Marine Hotel in the Highlands of Scotland, set against a backdrop of striking coastal scenery. Our former private country house offers luxury Rooms, fresh, local outstanding food and Dining options, and a …
Set between Brora and Helmsdale on the East Sutherland coast, Culgower House B&B offers relaxing, contemporary, high quality bed & breakfast in a traditional setting. An ideal base for exploring the north highlands, the North Coast 500 or stopping en route to Orkney
An exclusive & stylish boutique B&B in a recently refurbished former 18th Century Sporting Lodge, situated on the NC500, close to the sea and Smoo Cave. Relax in luxury in one of the most iconic buildings in Durness, surrounded by stunning coastal and rugged mountain scenery, with wildlife all around - a tranquil sanctuary for anyone wishing to escape the rigours of modern urban living. We specialise in Korean/Japanese influenced cuisine, using locally grown meat & produce and fresh local seafood where possible.
Sitting in two acres of grounds on the headland close to Noss Head Lighthouse and Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, this former shepherd's cottage has views to Orkney and Duncansby Head from the garden. On a clear night, it is possible to spot 5 lighthouses. Star gazing can be amazing! Auroras are also visible in the correct conditions. Cosy Living Room with cast iron stove, Freeview TV/DVD, IPod dock, unlimited wifi, fully equipped kitchen with electric range cooker, dishwasher, washer/dryer and freezer. Two bedrooms (1 double and 1 twin). Bathroom with separate bath and shower. All heating included.
Set amid one of the last great unspoiled wildernesses in Europe, the Inver Lodge Hotel offers visitors a tranquil retreat of outstanding natural beauty. For anglers, walkers, bird-watchers or anyone who loves nature, a stay here gives you the opportu…
Welcome to the Tongue Hotel This former sporting lodge is nestled within the sleepy village of Tongue on the north coast of the stunning Scottish highlands. Overlooking the beautiful Kyle, the stunning Ben Loyal, and the gentle sweep of Ben Hope with Castle Varrich in the foreground, the Tongue Hotel offers the visitor a glimpse of its glamorous past and reflects a bygone era.
Stay in the Lighthouse Keepers’ Cottages in the grounds of the most northerly point on the Scottish mainland. Views to Orkney, the Old Man of Hoy, the hills of the west and Cape Wrath. Wildlife watching - seabirds including puffins and even whales.
With stunning views overlooking the beautiful Kyle of Tongue, the Queen of Scottish Mountains – Ben Loyal and the historic Castle Varich, the Ben Loyal Hotel is the perfect stop on the NC500.