Caithness in the far North of Scotland is certainly full of wonders. The drive North on the A9 takes in some breathtaking scenery into a land littered with ancient archaeological remains and wide open spaces. You get more time to appreciate the things to see around you if you come to stay here a while and visit the local landmarks and attractions such as the Whailgoe Steps. Its peaceful and beautiful and you get frequent exposure to the Orcas and puffins of the coast in their thousands as well as views of the stunning Northern Lights
The Hawthorns Bed & Breakfast
Bed and Breakfast
Graeme and Eilean welcome you to their comfortable and spacious home in Mey,here in the far north of Scotland, in the beautiful county of Caithness.
Bed and Breakfast
A warm, Highland welcome awaits at the family home of Antoinette and Stephen Robertson-Carswell.
Things to do in Caithness
Duncansby Head (Scottish Gaelic: Ceann Dhunngain or Dùn Gasbaith) is the most northeasterly part of the British mainland,
Trinkie tidal pool Caithness
Trinkie is the Scottish word for trench: the pool was created about 70 years ago from part of a quarry. It owes its continued existence to the Sutherland family
A spectacular stairway with 365 steps – one for each day of the year descends to a landing place for small boats. Some of the steps probably date from the 17th century.
Dunnet Head, is a small peninsula in the United Kingdom located in the far north of the Scottish part of the island of Great Britain.
Dunnet Bay is a beautiful dune arc. The beach is a paradise for birds and is also popular among surfers, beachcombers, and walkers.
From the village of Keiss and the port of Keiss and the houses of the port of Keiss, a short walk along the coast to the beautiful sandy beach. There are miles of sand on the beach, perfect for strolling along the Caithness coastline and offering Sinclairs Bay views to Noss Head Lighthouse.
Castle Sinclair Girnigoe
Sinclair and Girnigoe Castle is located about five kilometers north of Wick's town, on the east coast of the Caithness district in the Scottish Highland Administrative Area. It is considered to be one of the earliest manor houses of the Sinclair Clan.
The Camster Cairns are two large Neolithic sarcophagi, located about 8 1⁄2 miles (14 kilometers) south of Watten in the Scottish Highlands and 5 miles north of Lybster in Caithness (8 kilometers).
The Castle & Gardens of Mey
Mey Castle (formerly Barrogill Castle) is situated in Caithness, on the north coast of Scotland, about ten kilometers west of John o' Groats, the village that marks the north-eastern tip of the island Britain. On a clear day, the castle overlooks the Orkney Islands.