Ancient Castles in CaithnessPentalina passing Stroma
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
There are two brilliant Ancient Castles to visit in Caithness. The Castle of Mey was restored by Queen Elizabeth, the Queens mother, and also has pleasant gardens, the other is the spectacular ruined castle of Sinclair Girnigoe.
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The Hawthorns 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. - Find out more
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