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Highlight of our week

From the ferry and then Alan our driver our excursion was great. We even got rainbows at the... read more

Reviewed today
Jebidiah-69
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Livingston, UK
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The starting point is also rather spectacular.

On your way to Cape Wrath, please take the time to really appreciate the area around the starting... read more

Reviewed yesterday
johnhouston2
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Knaresborough, United Kingdom
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Reviewed today via mobile

From the ferry and then Alan our driver our excursion was great. We even got rainbows at the lighthouse and on the boat back. Even if I got so distracted I almost missed the bus! Thanks for waiting. Take waterproofs and good shoes and enjoy...More

Thank Jebidiah-69
Reviewed yesterday

On your way to Cape Wrath, please take the time to really appreciate the area around the starting point to your trip. The Kyle of Durness is a truly beautiful stretch of water, with great ribbons of golden sand contrasting perfectly with the blue sea....More

Thank johnhouston2
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Decided to take a trip to the lighthouse on Friday ...it had been out of bounds for first 4 days ...MOD ...so there was quite a queue but Alan and Stewert took it all in there stride ....The boat ride is fun especially in the...More

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Capewrathminibus, Owner at Cape Wrath, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Hi there. Thank you for your kind words. One small question tho if I may? Are you sure you were charged £13.50? Our trip costs £13.00 as stated on the return tickets we issue to every customer. Maybe this is a typo? Many thanks, James

Reviewed 1 week ago

Really enjoyable trip ( nearly 4 hours ), first by boat from Keoldale slipway across the Kyle of Durness ( £7.50 return ), and then by minibus along the 11 miles of very bumpy 'road' to the Cape Wrath Lighthouse ( £13.00 return ). The...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is a hard place to get to as you have to take a small open ferry which may or may not run due to weather. Then you take a bouncy small bus ride over a two track tippy and bouncy road. The bus driver...More

Thank Yrneh1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

OK, so we were lucky with the weather when we visited, but even if it had been 'blowing a hoolie', we still would give this five stars. If you want the wild wilderness of Scotland, then this is the trip for you. I'd suggest you...More

Thank Samthedrums
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

we visited Cape Wrath whilst touring the north of Scotland. what a beautiful place so very atmospheric, especially with the gale force winds, the clouds rolling and the amazing sunset, we parked at the top of the cliffs, side by side with a wide variety...More

Thank onthewingsofangels
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We completed the Scottish National Trail last Thursday at Cape Wrath. We started this leg from Ullapool and as the Ozone Cafe run by John Ure now has a bunkhouse we were able to travel light without tents and sleeping bags which we planned to...More

Thank wilsonjim
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Magical well worth the long drive and the beaches are superb. We stayed at Aiden House which overlooks the beaches. We were not disappointed.

Thank blandfall
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

My daughter and her friend arrived at Cafe Ozone close to 11pm. Found amazing warm bunk house for walkers and fabulous food. They were so happy to find this little haven upon completion of the Scottish National Trail, Over 500 miles. John was perfect host...More

Thank JOE A
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Janet R
27 August 2018|
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Response from wilsonjim | Reviewed this property |
Was there last week. I'm sure they both run to the end of September but contact James by email for a definitive answer at visitcapewrath website and there is an email address for him but I can't give you it in this... More
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HighlandBelle
14 August 2018|
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Response from Ian C | Reviewed this property |
They do have a larger boat that can hold 12 plus the ferryman. However in 7 or 8 years of going there, this year was the first time I saw it used but yes, it's a boat and not a large "Calmac" type ferry ;)
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spitfireboy
13 July 2018|
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Response from Capewrathminibus | Property representative |
Hi aye. Yes, we can help . Give me a ring or text on 07742670196. Cheers, James
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