Randolph House B&B
Randolph House is a charming property, built by fish merchants in the town of Wick in the Victorian era circa 1880, it is situated only a short walk from the town centre and all amenities. The generous sized bedrooms have spacious, ensuite shower room, excellent storage space, wifi, large flat screen TV, this quality accommodation has a modern contemporary feel. Your stay at Randolph House will be enhanced by a beautiful varied breakfast, using fresh local produce, homemade products and every effort will be made to suit your tastes.
Wick is located on the most north eastern part of the North Coast 500, and serves as the most northern Royal Burgh in Britain. The vast open landscape of the County of Caithness also known as the flow country, is rich in archaeological remnants of a bygone age. The geological features of the Caithness coastline feature soaring sea stacks, raucous colonies of sea birds, and vertically faced headlands jutting out into the wild waters of the Pentland Firth.
Most folk who have never been to the most northerly part of mainland Scotland have only a hazy idea of what it is like - a vague knowledge that Wick appears on the BBC weather maps or that it is a wind swept treeless place near the sea. The temperatures is indeed cooler than most of the rest of Britain but that hides as is often the case in the Highlands a truly friendly people welcoming to strangers - and long lost relatives who come in greater numbers over the years to find their roots at the North Highland Archive. A growing number of people are coming to see the coastal viking castle sites or the much old Pictish Brochs. Caithness has more Brochs and pictish stones around the county than almost anywhere else - a well kept secret. More sites than Orkney and yet nearly all remain undug by archaeologists or anyone else. Only in recent years have local people begun to realise the untapped historical wealth under their feet. Several projects are underway to finally take a closer look and interpret more of the Caithness heritage
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This page was last updated: 17 January 2019