29 April 2016

Our Little Weekend in Wick

At the end of the Easter Holidays, before the schools went back, the family and I managed to squeeze in a little trip to Wick. Well it was almost Wick, just a few miles out in a little place called Berriedale. I’d booked a cottage from the Landmark Trust and we were all very excited to be having another adventure. This one was very different to Legoland though with no TV/wifi or any sort of modern tech in the cottage. It was just us, the dogs and the wild seas outside the cottage door, bliss.

For those of you that don’t know the Landmark Trust rescue old dilapidated historical buildings up and down the country. They revamp them giving them a new lease of life then they let them out for holiday makers to stay in. It’s a brilliant idea and you get to stay in a piece of history. The cottage that we stayed in up North was beautiful. It was simply decorated but fitted so well with it’s surroundings. Even though there were a handful of houses near by we never saw a soul, probably due to the bad weather mind you, but it was lovely and in between breaks in the rain we got out onto the beach with the kids and the dogs.

We stayed for a couple of nights and had a drive to John O’Groats to take a family selfie haha. We couldn’t go all that way without getting a photo even though we were almost blown away! Logan didn’t even want to leave the cottage he liked it so much but he eventually agreed to come with us. Words won’t really do this trip justice so here’s a few snaps to let you see what we got up to.

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