Impala Guest house is a family run business situated in the town of Wick Impala guest house is run by Julie & Eddie. We purchased the guest house in December 2014. We are gradually getting it just the way they want it. I am a former Nhs employee and decided on a change of career and always wanted to run my own guest house.
Situated along the North Coast 500: More than 500 miles of the best the North Highlands has to offer. The route way runs to and from Inverness, venturing round the capital of the Highlands, up the West Coast and back via the rugged north coast click the image for more details about route 500.
I enjoy comfortable nice surroundings and endeavour to make guests feel as comfortable and at home as possible. I also enjoy cooking and crafting in my spare time. Eddie is a Joiner to trade and works for local government he has and will be using his woodworking expertise improve our home.
Impala is lovely seafront walk 10-15 minutes to the town centre with airport, rail and bus stations all in easy reach, also a choice of restaurants and bars that serve meals and drinks all day, try a wee dram at Pultney Distillery or visit Wick Heritage Centre. Or take a boat trip around the bay. Impala is an ideal base for trips to the Orkney Isles or to explore the far north with its beautiful scenery and wild coastline and historical castles, Sinclair Girnigoe and of course, the late Queen Mother's Castle of Mey. Visit Dunnet Head, the most northerly point of the mainland, or Duncansby Head, great for bird watching, you won't be disappointed.