Bed and Breakfasts in Caithness

Caithness is in the North East of Scotland in quite a remote area as 2 sides of it are surrounded by sea and the third has Sutherland as its neighbour. Glass making is renowned here and places to visit include the Dunbeath Heritage Centre, Laidhay Croft Museum, the Northlands Viking Centre and the Thurso Museum.

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Harbour House, Wick, Caithness, The Highlands

PPPN £45
PR2S £80
Allows PetsNo SmokingHas WiFi/Internet
Harbour House offers bed and breakfast accommodation and overlooks Wick Bay with great views of the harbour and marina. Our bed and breakfast is in an ideal location for exploring Caithness and the many local attractions and places of interest in this beautiful part of Scotland. Room 1 - Double room with en suite with a Freeview TV and DVD player. Room 2 - Is a twin room/king size with en suite and comprises two single beds or one king size bed. There is a Freeview TV with a DVD player. Room 3 - Single room with private bathroom opposite, this room includes a Freeview TV. Room 4 - Our new triple room is very flexible with 3 beds making a combination of twin and a single bed or super king size and single. The room is en suite with a Freeview TV and DVD player. Breakfast is served to the rooms which have breakfast tables and chairs plus tea and coffee making facilities. So you can have breakfast in bed or sit in the window alcoves and watch the boats go in and out of the Harbour. There are many activities available in the local area to suit guests of all ages. Fishing is available on the River Wick and from a boat in the sea, you could enjoy an adventure trip around Wick Bay on 1 of the Geo Explore Boats or why not take a trip to the Pulteney Distillery which is the last distillery on the mainland of Britain. Please visit our website for more information. Rates: From £45 single room per night. From £80 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children over 4 are welcome. Pets are allowed by arrangement. Free on street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 3 Star Self Rated.

Bed and Breakfast @ 4, Thurso, Caithness

PPPN £40
PR2S £60
No SmokingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
Bed and Breakfast @ 4 offers comfortable B&B accommodation located in the town of Thurso in Caithness. The bed and breakfast has many beautiful walks nearby. There are three guest rooms at the B&B including one double room, one twin room and one family/triple room. All of the guest rooms offer the following: TV. Hairdryer. Tea & coffee making facilities. Bathroom facilities. One of the bedrooms boasts an original fireplace and another has a large bathroom with a free standing bath. As well as being able to relax in your bedroom you can also use the guest lounge where there is comfortable seating. Breakfast is served in the conservatory where local produce is used as much as possible. There is a range of food available including cooked and continental options. The bed and breakfast is surrounded by things to do and explore including many sandy beaches, steep cliffs and stunning coastlines. Guests can take day trips to the Orkney Isles to visit the ancient Neolithic site of Scara Brae or perhaps visit the famous Italian Chapel. Old Pulteney Distillery is another great place to visit where you can see how the whiskey is made and also taste some of the final product. Caithness Horizons is a popular attraction; it is a museum that houses archaeological and botanical artefacts and also has a cafe and shop making it ideal for a day trip. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £40 per person per night. From £60 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. Children are welcome. Sorry, no pets. Wi-Fi/internet access.

The Weigh Inn, Burnside, Thurso, Caithness

PPPN £72.50
PR2S £95
3 Star3 Star3 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDinner AvailableDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
The Weigh Inn is situated in the Burnside area of Thurso. Our inn overlooks the Pentland Firth and has panoramic views over the Orkney Islands. It is an excellent base for those wishing to explore the magnificent county of Caithness. Within the hotel there are 16 en suite deluxe bedrooms. Facilities include telephones, Internet access, Freeview television, hospitality tray, hair dryers, iron and ironing board. We have basic and standard rooms in annex buildings in the hotel grounds. These rooms are not star graded & are budget accommodation. They are small, but practical and have TV and tea/coffee facilities. All rooms are en suite. The Lodges, with en suite bath/shower rooms, situated within the 2 acres of well appointed hotel grounds, also boast televisions and tea/coffee making facilities. They are ideal for the budget traveler. There is no Wi-Fi access in these rooms. The hotel has 3 Bars within this complex. The Ashes Bar is designed with a sports theme, serving Bar Lunches and Evening Meals and with full coverage of all major Sports events is the ideal venue for any sports enthusiasts. The Ashes bar offers superb bar lunches and evening Meals. The Pentland Suite with its own bar offering total exclusivity to that private and personal gathering. We also have Marnies lounge & conservatory which has views of the Pentland Firth. This can be booked for large groups or private functions. Thurso, the most northerly town on the Scottish mainland, is a busy cosmopolitan and self sufficient community of over 10,000 people situated at the mouth of the river Thurso. It traces its origins and takes its name from the old viking language, when it was named THOR-SAA, which translated means Thunder River. Thurso offers visitors a varied and entertaining selection of amenities to choose from, such as surfing, windsurfing, sea angling, water skiing, sailing, swimming, bowls, golf, tennis, boating, loch & river fishing, rough and clay pigeon shooting and pony trekking. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £72.50 per person per night. From £95 per room per night based on 2 sharing. From £110 per family room per night. Children are welcome. Disabled facilities available by arrangement – please enquire for exact details. Dinner available. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 3 Star Visit Scotland.

Inver Park House, Dunbeath, Caithness

PPPN £40
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenDisabled AccessHas WiFi/Internet
Inver Park House offers bed & breakfast accommodation at Dunbeath in Caithness. We have 3 lovely, large en suite rooms for B&B. All of the guest rooms are on the ground floor; 1 double room has a view over the Moray Firth and an en suite with bath and separate shower, 1 room with 3 single beds looks out over the caravan park and has a large wet room with under tile heating. This room is also suitable for use by disabled persons. The 3rd B&B room also looks out over the caravan park, has 1 double bed and 1 single bed and a large bathroom with shower over the bath. All the bed and breakfast rooms are furnished to a high standard and include: TV with Freeview. Hair dryer. Refreshments tray with tea, coffee and hot chocolate. Wi-Fi internet access. I do not allow dogs in the house (my cat disapproves of dogs). Sometimes it is possible to accommodate B&B guests in a static caravan in which I do allow dogs. Please speak to me if you require accommodation for your pet. Breakfast is a fairly moveable feast and I offer a range of options from something light and healthy to a full fry up with more toast than you can eat, lots of cereals, fruit, homemade preserves, oatcakes, tea and real coffee, etc. Evening meals are not available (unless you arrive really late and are starving) but the Bay Owl Restaurant is only 400 yards down the road, and is excellent, so you don't need to worry. It is a good idea to book there, especially at the weekend (Tel. 01593 731356). The bed and breakfast is only a short walk from a local shop and there is a beach, children’s play park and tennis court nearby. We are within easy reach of many lovely walks up the Dunbeath Strath which is a wonderful vantage point from which to view the puffins. For more information please visit our website. Rates: From £40 per person per night. Reduced rates for children and 10% discount for walkers and cyclists. Card payments taken. Children are welcome. No pets. Disabled facilities. Category 1 unassisted wheelchair access grading. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 4 Star Visit Scotland.

The Impala Guest House, Wick, Caithness

PPPN £30 - £40
No SmokingOff Street ParkingGardenHas WiFi/Internet
The Impala Guest House offers guest accommodation on a small family run house on the outskirts of Wick in Caithness. Our Scottish guest house is in a fantastic location for those who want to explore The Highlands and the many activities & local attractions that are on offer. We have 2 doubles, 2 singles and 1 family guest room available. The family room has 2 double beds. All of the guest rooms have: Controllable central heating. Wi-Fi/internet access. Freeview TV. Hospitality tray. Hairdryer. Microwave in dining room for guests to use. Breakfast is served in the dining room from 7.30am – 8.30am but this can be earlier on request. A wide choice of breakfast items are available and the owners aim to cater for all diets. A continental breakfast is available before our standard breakfast times however please let us know in advance. A Packed lunch is available on request. We welcome cyclists and bikers and the guest house has a secure garage for storage as well as a drying room for those wet days. Arrivals between 4pm - 7pm late or earlier arrivals can be arranged with prior contact. For more information please enquire for details or visit our website. Rates: Single £35 winter (with breakfast) single room/ 1 person, £40 in summer. Room only £30 and £35 respectively. Double room/twin - 2 persons £70 winter £80 summer, double/twin room only £60 and £70 respectively. Family room £90 winter to £120 summer. Room only £80 to £100. Children are welcome. Sorry, no pets. Wi-Fi/internet access. Off street parking.

Bank House Guest House, Wick, Caithness

PPPN £55 - £65
PR2S £75 - £85
4 Star4 Star4 Star4 Star
No SmokingOff Street ParkingHas WiFi/Internet
Bank Guest House is a family run bed and breakfast situated in the centre of the town of Wick in the beautiful county of Caithness. The building represents a taste of Victorian glamour and the views at the back of our accommodation overlook the countryside, it is also only a short walk down to the harbour. We have four guest rooms available including double, twin, single and family rooms. Our guest rooms are spacious, comfortable and well equipped with everything you'll need for your stay. Four of our rooms have bright and fresh en suite shower rooms. Our en suites in our larger rooms have just been refurbished with a contemporary style and spacious modern showers. All have fluffy white towels and complimentary toiletries. We pride ourselves on our cleanliness and attention to detail. Each room has a Flat Screen LCD TV with remote control and Freeview facility for extra channels (some with DVD), tea/coffee making facilities, hairdryer, radio alarm clock. We have wireless internet access if you have a wireless enabled laptop with you. We will do our utmost to ensure that you have a pleasant stay and we can provide many little extras like fresh milk for your drinks and extra bedding or electric heaters along with an iron/ironing board. If you are celebrating a special occasion please let us know and we can help you arrange a special surprise for your loved one(s)! Breakfast is served in our riverside dining room, anytime between 7.30 a.m. and 8.30 a.m. We aim to give you good food, simply prepared to start your day. We only use good quality fresh produce, the majority of which is Scottish and as local as possible and are happy to cater for all dietary requirements. Our guest house is close to the shops and also to some lovely restaurants such as Bord De L'eau (French), Mackays (Traditional), K2 (Indian) and of course Silver Darlings who do beautiful steaks! The town of Wick itself is a former Viking settlement. The town sits astride the River Wick, stretching along both sides of Wick Bay and holds the claim to fame of once being the busiest herring port in Europe in the mid 19th century. The remains of the Castle of Old Wick, often referred to as the Old Man of Wick, sits atop the edge of the cliffs about half a mile south of Wick Bay and overlooks the sea. Around 3 miles north from Wick the dramatic 15th to 17th century ruins of Sinclair and Girnigoe castles rise steeply from a needle-thin promontory. There is a good clifftop walk to the castle via Noss Head Lighthouse from the tiny fishing village of Staxigoe. Visitors will encounter a wide selection of wildlife along the way including various species of seabirds and puffins and a beautiful scenic beach, popular for windsurfing and sand-yachting, awaits them at the end of Sinclair Bay. For more information please visit our website. Rates : From £55 - £65 per person per night based on single occupancy. From £75 - £85 per room per night based on 2 people sharing. From £95 - £125 per family room per night. Discounts for longer stays available during low season. Children are welcome. Sorry, no pets. Off street parking. Wi-Fi/internet access. 4 Star Visit Scotland.
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