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Dunnet Head Scotland,

May 4, 2007  Dunnet Head Lighthouse,BROUGH-view the Old Man of Hoy & at dusk watch the spirits dance on the North Sea
3.5 of 5 stars based on 2 votes

Dunnet Head, Scotland--the most spectacular jewel of Rugged coasts and Scarry ghosts. Walkers' and Horse Riding Paradise.

  • Explore locations featured in this Trip List: Europe
  • Category: Perfect weekend
  • Appeals to: Couples/romantics, Seniors, Budget travelers, Active/adventure, Pet owners
  • Seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
  • 1. Northern Sands Hotel

    Wonderfful Little Hotel where you can reach any of the walking areas along the coast, horse riding stables or enjoying the locals Friday night get togethers

  • 2. Northern Scotland, John O'Groats, Europe
    Europe

    John O'Groats, the other side of Lands End. The tippy top of the UK in Scotland. A wonderful place to train it, plane it from Wick, or drive from anywhere in the UK

  • 3. Dunnet Head Lighthouse In Brough,

    Northernmost point in Scotland and the UK (although officially they'll tell you John O'Groats takes the title. Either place is great for the outdoor lover, the camper and the walkers. Not a bad place for seniors to enjoy. Make it a fast or slow paced trip. Either way it's the most beautiful and rugged place in the highlands.