The Norseman Hotel is positioned on the north coast of Scotland in small town of Wick. Visitors to this Caithness hotel have the chance to witness the untouched paradise of miles of white sandy beaches contrasting with the craggy headlands and dramatic cliffs.
The Norseman hotel has 48 en-suite bedrooms, all tastefully decorated and stylishly furnished. Stay at the Norseman Hotel and experience warming Highland hospitality and the delights of Scotland.
The Crofters Restaurant at the Norseman hotel grants you the opportunity to sample the best of all that is Scottish, with locally sourced produce freshly prepared by their team of Chefs.
The Norseman Hotel in Wick offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
The Norseman Hotel's Crofters Restaurant grants you the opportunity to sample the best of all that is Scottish, with locally sourced produce freshly prepared by our Chefs. Choose a wine from the extensive wine list to complement your meal.
For a more casual setting, choose the Wickers Bar to enjoy a light lunch or comforting supper.
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Directions to Norseman Hotel in Wick
The A82 (Glasgow-Fort William-Inverness), the A9 (Stirling-Perth-Inverness-Thurso) and the A96 (Aberdeen-Nairn-Inverness) are the three arterial routes to and from the Highlands.
Several bus operators run daily services to the Highlands from Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh, with connections from all other parts of the UK.
Daily services to and from Inverness and Fort William connect the Highlands with Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh and all the major UK cities. Rail services from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh, Wick and Thurso, and Fort William to Mallaig (where steam trains run in the summer) provide opportunities to take in the spectacular scenery. The Caledonian Sleeper service operates from London Euston to Fort William and Inverness (not Saturday evenings).
Inverness is the gateway airport to the Highlands, and just over 1 hours from London. Daily services are operated by British Airways and easyJet from London Gatwick, by British Midland from Heathrow and by easyJet from London Luton. You can also fly to Inverness from Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Shetland, Orkney and the Western Isles. Services are also available from Edinburgh, Kirkwall and Aberdeen to Wick.
Caledonian MacBrayne operate car and passenger ferry services to the islands on the west, while the Glenelg ferry links Skye. Northlink Ferries and Pentland Ferries operate car and passenger services from Scrabster (near Thurso) and Gills Bay respectively to Orkney. John o' Groats Ferries offer passenger-only services to Orkney.
Getting around the Highlands is also simple...
Train services and regular bus services link towns and villages and there are also tours by bus or taxi to key attractions and facilities. Post Buses carry fare paying passengers in rural areas where there is no other form of public transport. Local and national car hire companies operate throughout the area.
Guests staying on a Dinner inclusive rate receive an allowance of £15pppn towards evening meal.