Here is our selection of hotels in Castletown, a village on the north coast of the Highland council area of Scotland. It is within the historic parish of Olrig, where it is the main settlement, and within the historic county of Caithness.
Much of the village is built on the old townland of Stanergill. The name Stanergill can be read as meaning Stone Valley and much of Castletown was built during the 19th century boom years of Caithness as a source of flagstone. The harbour was built by James Bremner. Castletown's main building is the 'Drill Hall'. This is mainly used for parties, discos and small clubs such as the indoor bowls.
The village has all the amenities needed for for a visit. Check our list of hotels in Castletown to opt out the best hotel accommodation after comparing rates given. There after you can also make bookings online.