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Hospitable Mackays is Wick’s best hotel by a long stretch. Attractive, mostly refurbished rooms vary in layout and size, so ask to see a few; prices are usually lower than the rack rates. On-site No 1 Bistro is a fine option for lunch or dinner. The world's shortest street, 2.06m-long Ebenezer Place, is one side of the hotel.
Guests get free use of a local gym and pool. The hotel also has some self-catering apartments and town houses nearby.
In Wick, in the beautiful area of Caithness in the Northern Highlands, Mackays offers award-winning service and fine food in No1 Bistro, as well as free Wi-Fi and parking. Built in 1883, Hotel is regularly updated, combining attractive period features with simple, stylish touches for a relaxed atmosphere. Rooms have a wide-screen TV, free Wi-Fi and a guide to the local area. No1 Bistro serves local produce and fish from the boats of nearby Scrabster. In the friendly bar, whisky and wines are a speciality. The Orkney Islands are a ferry ride away, and you can visit The Castle of Mey, which was home to the Queen Mother for many years.
Please note, the hotel does not accept American Express.