Seaview Guest House
Seaview is a ideal base to explore the far north with all its stunning scenery and wild coast line and places of interest, take a visit to John o Groats or have tea at the castle of Mey, or why not go to Orkney for a day trip.
If you like bird watching, go to Duncansby Head, you see thousands of birds in the summer, Dunnet Head is the most northerly point of the mainland, Whaligoe Steps south of Wick, and the golf course, not forgetting all our beautiful beaches for those you just want to forget every thing.
Thurso is the next town to wick and is the most northerly like Wick it does have a good heritage centre and a selection of shops bars and places to eat, and all these places are within a twenty mile drive and are well worth a visit. Wick is a small town steeped with lots of history, the heritage centre is really worth a visit.
You can spend a few hours just looking around at the way things were years ago, then you could have a wee dram in Pultney Town Distillery, when you have had enough just come back and put your feet up in our guest lounge which overlooks Wick Bay and out to sea, with TV and a selection of films and books you can just relax, or go and have a lie down before you go out to eat.
All bedrooms have freeview TV, hospitality trays, hairdryer, towels and complimentary toiletries, we have a varied breakfast menu as we do try to cater for all diets, so please ask, we have a private car park & secure parking for cycles & motor bikes
Please ask about our child discounts,
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This page was last updated: 15 March 2015