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Caithness News Bulletins July 2007
THREE NIGHT WEEKEND BREAK ON SPECIAL OFFER
ACCOMMODATION FOR A FAMILY, FULLY INCLUSIVE OF GAS, ELECTRICITY, BEDDING,
ARRIVE FRIDAY, DEPART MONDAY - DATES: 20th/21st/22nd July 2007 -
You will need to be quick!
Booking reservation on first to confirm basis.
Special Offer Price £300 for a family of up to six.
Book now and treat yourselves or your family to a fantastic weekend break in Wick.
For further information on the house: www.visit-wick.co.uk
The Hanging Basket Committee are offering a fully inclusive Weekend Break in Wick.
The booking cost will be donated in full to assist raise funds to meet the costs involved in providing and maintaining the wonderful floral baskets and arrangements displayed throughout the town. The committee are hard working and dedicated to making our town look charming for locals and visitors alike, and badly need sustained funding to continue their admirable work.
Do you have Friends or Family who you would love to have home for a visit but do not have the space? Book them a holiday now at The Corner Town House and take all the work and worry out of having visitors. Just look forward to your folks arriving and enjoy their visit, their home in Wick will be waiting welcomingly for them, the heating will be on, the kettle on the boil, beds made up.
Drop in with a wee surprise for them if they are celebrating a special occasion. This is your opportunity to have your family home, you can relax knowing that they will be comfortable in their home and you can all come and go to suit, eat in, eat out, invite each other over.
This lovely home offers 4 Bedrooms; A Master en-suite; a twin/single, and two singles (one downstairs); Lounge, Dining Kitchen and disabled open plan shower room, and hallway.
The Corner House is really conveniently located for most of the towns attractions and also great for the kids as it is only a short walk away from the public playing fields, swimming pool, crazy golf, trampolines, etc. Also just a short walk away are the Distillery, the wonderful heritage museum, the local archives are held at the Library so terrific for folks researching the family tree. The family can enjoy relaxing strolls up the river or an afternoon at the shops or enjoying the atmosphere in the Town Square. There are boat trips available at the harbour, guided bus trips around the county, or a short boat trip to Orkney. Caithness is rich in archaeology with many sites now suitable for visitors. The history of the local flagstone history is also well presented in the county, and lovers of Castles and gardens will be delighted as they can visit the Queen Mothers Castle of Mey, Dunbeath Castle gardens and a few others according to season.
Walkers will also be quietly pleased as the coastline is very inspiring, so come prepared. Golfers be warned - there are several golf courses to sample. Our county may be remote but we have so much to see you will need to warn your family and friends they may want to come back again, and again, and again...
Phone: Donald on 0845 3705704 Mrs
Duncan on 01955 602130