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We were lucky with the weather and saw some amazing views from the summit at Dunnet Head. You could make out the old man of Hoy on Orkney, Cape Wrath to the west and Duncansby to the east. If you like birdwatching the path at...More
We drove up from Inverness and it was so worth it, not only is it the most northerly point, amazing scenery but also the place I saw and photographed my first puffins.
There is a stone marking the most northerly point which is good as...More
We had a wonderful long week-end staying in lighthouse keepers cottage number one.The cottage itself was perfect,the views were fabulous,the sunsets gorgeous, and we had puffins for neighbours.Our host,Norman,showed us a perfect private spot where we could puffin watch right in front of the lighthouse
We were in a road trip with two young children and we decided that a Scotland road trip would not be complete without a stop at Dunnet Head Lighthouse. It is not far from Thurso and the road is easy. There is plenty of parking...More