The Clachan is located in the popular coastal town of Wick in Caithness. Steeped in history; its name comes from the Norse word Vik meaning 'bay'. This part of Scotland is famed for its spectacular coastline; the dramatic cliffs providing a safe home to large populations of puffins and other seabirds, where you also have a good chance of seeing the Aurora Boreallis at certain times of the year
This grand home has been providing bed and breakfast accommodation for over 30 years, continually improving to reach the quality of accommodation you see today. The property was modernised in 2009 and includes a purpose built extension for guest which includes 3 ensuite ground floor guest rooms to choose from. Rooms are tastefully decorated with crisp white linen and large ensuite showers. The Clachan was placed in the top 25 of the “AA's Friendliest B & B of the year 2014/15.
The Clachan is located on the new exciting North Coast 500 route which is the 5th best coastal route in the world. The former holiday home of the late Queen Mother, Castle of Mey, Dunnet Head. Old Pulteney Distillery and Wick Heritage Museum are all close by. You can enjoy a trip with the Seacoast Tours around the coastline of Caithness or take a trip over to the Orkney Islands from John O'Groats, daily 1st May - 30th September.
Nearest Town: Wick