Wick holiday cottages

Although it may be lesser known than other tourist destinations in Scotland, this small town in the north of Scotland is definitely worth visiting. Its unique charm lies in its rugged coastal landscape, historic landmarks, and friendly locals. One of the most striking landmarks in Wick is the Old Pulteney Distillery, which produces one of Scotland's most renowned single malt whiskies. Take a tour of the distillery and learn about the process of making whisky, and of course, sample some of the award-winning spirits. Another must-see attraction in Wick is the ruins of the Castle of Old Wick. The castle, which dates back to the 12th century, is situated atop a cliff overlooking the North Sea. Take in the stunning views and learn about the history of the castle and the area. Explore all that this area has to offer from one of our Wick holiday cottages.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in Wick

This picturesque town in the Highlands is known for its maritime history, stunning coastline, and cultural attractions. Here are the top 5 things to see and do in Wick:

  1. Caithness Horizons: Explore Caithness Horizons, a museum and cultural centre that showcases the history and heritage of the Caithness region. Learn about local industries, archaeology, and art.

  2. Pulteney Distillery: Take a tour of Pulteney Distillery, one of the northernmost whisky distilleries in Scotland. Discover the whisky-making process and enjoy tastings of their fine spirits.

  3. Castle Sinclair Girnigoe: Visit Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, a stunning ruined castle perched on the cliffs overlooking the North Sea. Explore its historical significance and enjoy panoramic coastal views.

  4. Wick Heritage Museum: Discover the Wick Heritage Museum, which offers insights into the town's maritime history, including displays on the fishing industry, shipbuilding, and local life.

  5. Ackergill Tower: While not in Wick itself, Ackergill Tower is a nearby castle with a fascinating history. You can arrange visits, events, and even stay overnight in this historic setting.

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