Thurso Travel guide
Thurso : Michelin's recommendations
Overlooking the harbour at the mouth of the River Thurso, this north-facing town was originally a Viking settlement, although the oldest surviving part of town is medieval. The ruined St Peter's Church still retains a splendid 16C stone window.
Tourist attractions Thurso : Things to see and do
High Street GB - Thurso KW14 8AJ
The objects in the local museum include Picts stones and a reconstruction of a local farm.
GB - Thurso KW14 7RW
For four decades, the coastal landscape of Sandside Bay has been dominated by the futuristic dome of Dounreay. Its rapid neutron reactor was the first of its type to produce domestic electricity, but the power station is now being dismantled. Its his..
Traill Street GB - Thurso KW14 8EH
Located close to the centre of the small town of Thurso, this is an excellent base for exploring the North Coast. Central for business or leisure, near to bus station and train station, the Royals friendly atmosphere is unmatched. Situated in the t..
Burnside GB - Thurso KW14 7UG
The Weigh Inn Hotel overlooks the Pentland Firth and has panoramic views of the Orkney Islands. The Orkney car ferry is 2 minutes away. The hotel is located on the outskirts of Thurso. It is close to the A9 to Scrabster Harbour, and the main road t..
54 Princes Street GB - Thurso KW14 7DH
Prix Prices from : 55 £
Very close to Thurso Train Station, this hotel has free Wi-Fi, free public parking and comfortable rooms with Freeview TV. Station Hotel serves fine Scottish meat cooked in a traditional style. There is a good selection of drinks including several w..