Wick

The Northern town of Wick was once a Viking settlement, and in the 19th century it was the busiest herring port in Europe.  From delving into Wick’s history at the Wick Heritage Centre and visiting castle ruins, to puffin and seabird spotting and windsurfing, there are a range of activities to enjoy whilst on holiday in Wick.

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  • The Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage

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    The Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage

    Highlands and Skye (4 miles from Wick)

    Sleeps up to 6

    A recently modernised holiday cottage offering all modern comforts and finished to a high standard.

  • Taigh-An-Clachair Self Catering Cottage, Lybster, Wick

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    Taigh-An-Clachair Self Catering Cottage, Lybster, Wick

    Highlands and Skye (14 miles from Wick)

    Sleeps up to 3

    This comfortable well equipped self catering cottage, near Lybster, sleeps up to 3 people. Set in a peaceful location with spectacular views of mountains and the sea, Taigh An Clachair provides an ideal base for exploring the far north of Scotland.

  • Loneacre

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    Loneacre

    Highlands and Skye (8.2 miles from Wick)

    Sleeps up to 4

    A recently built holiday cottage offering all modern comforts and finished to a high standard. The cottage with its own private garden is located on a family owned working stock farm. There are uninterrupted views across the stunning Caithness Countryside.