This museum brings much of the history and lore of Caithness to life through its excellent displays. A couple of fine Pictish...
Thurso's idyllic country riverside walk starts near Waterside House ; you can walk upstream, retracing your footsteps to come back...
Thurso is an unlikely surfing centre, but the nearby coast has arguably the best and most regular surf on mainland Britain. There's an...
A trendy, comfortable place decked out in light wood, the Holborn contrasts starkly with more traditional Thurso watering holes. Quality...
Lonely Planet review
This is Thurso trying to get tarted up. It attracts a mix of tourists and locals looking for something a bit classier than trawling the scruffy local pubs in town. A modern space with couches and comfy chairs possessing a hint of minimalism, it’s a bit sterile but there’s a little sun-filled courtyard perfect for an evening drink. Steer clear of the seafood salad but try the chicken fajitas or sirloin steak baguette for a winner.