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North Coast 500 Accommodation Guide: From Castles to Campsites

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Scotland’s route 66, the North Coast 500, has hit popularity scales to make your ‘See You Jimmy’ hat ginger hair stand on end. This is great for Scottish tourism but a bit of a challenge for visitors when it comes to finding North Coast 500 accommodation if not booking ahead.

However, there are plenty of options from luxury to penny-pinching budget if you are organised and this North Coast accommodation guide will help you make the right choice for your type of trip.

You can check out our full North Coast 500 guide for a free itinerary, budget and ridiculously stunning images if I don’t say so myself. Credit to Scotland and not my photography skills!

PS, we have no affiliation with NC500 at this time.

North Coast 500 Itinerary Route

Quick Overview North Coast Accommodation

North Coast 500 Bed and Breakfast

Although there are hotels all over the North Coast 500 route, some modest and other grand, it is traditional for holidaymakers to stay in bed and breakfasts in Scotland.

A B&B is a private room in a local’s house. Some may have private bathrooms, others may not.

Interaction with the host depends on the personality but usually, they meet and greet you on arrival and serve you breakfast the next day.

We enjoy sitting at the family table, minus the family members, chatting with the locals to find out more about the area and also the peculiar life of Highlanders!

You’ll meet many Scots or even expats who have left city life to move up north and enjoy the tranquillity that you are about to experience.House Cromarty on North Coast 500 in Scotland_

North Coast 500 Apartments

If you prefer your own space and use of a kitchen, self-contained apartments will be the best option for you.

All of the Airbnb apartments in this self-contained apartments guide have private parking so you don’t have to pay extra during your road trip.

North Coast 500 Hotels

Hotels are vast and vary in size and cost. If you envisage yourself sleeping in a 15th-century castle then your wish is my command.

On the North Coast, 500 dreams do come true!

For those just looking for shut-eye, there are options for under £100.

If you are on a budget pick hotels with breakfast included as you may end up spending more eating out.

Due to logistics/tourism you can expect a mark upon central belt Scotland prices.

See our NC500 guide for our budget costs.

During any hotel stay, we recommend asking the reception/door staff/bell boy for tips on what to do in the local area, they have first-hand knowledge to get you off the beaten path.

 Helmsdale hotel sign North Coast 500 Scotland_

North Coast 500 Hostels

Hostels are an option on the NC500 which I am happy to say.

This means that those who are solo travellers but like to socialise or travellers on a budget can still enjoy what this scenic Scottish road trip has got going on!

Hostels advertise a bed in a dorm or sometimes a private room.

Most hostels have kitchens for those who want to cook their own food.

Inverness and Ullapool have a large grocery store called Tesco, other villages have smaller shops.

Many of the hostels have drying rooms, this is ideal for those hiking as it rains in Scotland (shock!)

Drying rooms were very much appreciated during the West Highland Way hike, which you can read about here.

» You may also like: our NC500 packing list

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North Coast 500 Accommodation

Inverness Accommodation

The first and last stop of the NC500, the capital of the Highlands, Inverness offers lots of variety.

The closer to the city centre the better for those hiring a car or having a dance and tot at the ceilidh club, Hootenanny. Remember to check if your Inverness hotel has parking.

Inverness city skyline, bridge, sea, NC500 route

Inverness Hotels Under £100

The super modern Mercure Inverness Hotel overlooks the River Ness, has extensive facilities including a gym, 24-hour room service and the Brasserie Restaurant for meals.

Parking is available and breakfast options can be added or are included in some packages.

→ For availability and prices click here | Read reviews or book with TripAdvisor

The Mecure is a popular choice with readers.

The Royal Highland Hotel is 3 star hotel is in the heart of Inverness so you can stumble back from the bars at night and still get up and out early to visit the historic attractions near the city.

Since it is located next to Inverness Train Station, this is a great option for those hiring a car in Inverness as you won’t have to roll your luggage far.

→ For availability and prices click here

Inverness Hotels Under £200

When spending a little more, your options for a city centre hotel in Inverness increase.

Smithton Hotel is a popular two-star hotel is 3.5 miles from the centre, 5 miles from the airport and only 1.2 miles from Culloden.

It offers free parking, free breakfast and WiFi throughout. Customers rave about the friendly staff, nice food and well-stocked bar.

Readers book this property often.

→ For availability and prices click here | Read reviews or book with Trip Advisor

Inverness Luxury Hotels Over £200

While holidaying in the UK why would you not stay in a four-star country house? Macdonald Drumossie Hotel is set in 9 acres of parkland and is only 10 minutes drive from the centre of Inverness.

Not only does each room have a shower but also a bath, robes and slippers for pure relaxation before the big NC500 tour (or after?)

Guests can enjoy breakfast with some packages. Dinner menus are also available at the award-winning restaurant, the Grill Room. Parking available onsite.

→ For availability and prices click here | Read reviews or book with TripAdvisor

Hotel Kingsmills is a mansion hotel with a swimming pool and spa.

Originally built in the 18th century, it is one mile from the city centre, 10-minute walk away, and offers free parking to guests.

Many of the rooms uniquely have garden views.

There a few dining options, the Kingsmills Restaurant offers a menu of fresh, local produce. Guests can also dine in the garden conservatory brasserie, for a more informal menu.

→ For availability and prices click here | Read reviews or book with TripAdvisor

Kingsmills Hotel Scottish Highlands

Hostels in Inverness

There are 10 hostels in Inverness for budget travellers. For information, reviews and prices for all 10 click here.

One of the most popular hostels is the Black Isle Bar and Rooms. The appeal?

It’s the first bar to sell craft beer and also offers tours of the Black Isle Brewery (the Black Isle itself is stunning).  Rooms sleep 1-4 people and all rooms have an en-suite bathroom (image below). The bar also sells organic pizzas.

→ Click here for reviews, availability and the best prices.

Note: some of the other hostels in Inverness demand 7-night stay which may be problematic for those looking to nod then NC500.

Black Isle Bar and Rooms North Coast 500 Inverness

Wester-Ross on the North Coast 500

After the nail-biting Bealach na Ba you will be looking for a stiff drink and a lie-down.

Depending on which area of breathtaking Torridon you choose to stay in there are the following options.

Car window Bealach na Ba Road Scotland Road trip

Applecross Accommodation

Applecross is the first stop after taking on those hairpin bends.

Applecross Hotels Under £100

An economical yet enchanting option for Applecross is to stay in the old hunting lodge of the Applecross Estate at Hartfield House.

This hotel is located in the bay with views of the Isle of Raasay and Cuillin Hills of Skye ahead. Rooms have shared bathrooms which may not be everyone’s cup of tea. Hartfield House welcomes families, bikes and pets to the Highlands and the North Coast 500. Parking available onsite.

→ Check availability at and read reviews or book with TripAdvisor

Applecross Inn | North Coast 500 Accommodation Guide

Shieldaig Accommodation

My favourite village in the Torridon area, Shieldaig. If caught on a dry day you can watch the sunset over Shieldaig Island. Bliss.

There are no online advertised bed and breakfasts in Sheildaig; we found ours through Airbnb.

Have you used Airbnb before? We love it. We’ve used it all over the Americas and Europe. Private houses are less common on the NC500 route but privates rooms with breakfast are popular.

Torridon Hotels

There is really only one option for romance and luxury in the Torridon area of the Scottish Highlands and that is the respected hotel, Torridon Estate.

Set on 58 acres of private parkland on the shores of Loch Torridon, each boutique room has been designed individually.

This luxury NC500 hotel shows off its castle turrets and period features but decorated with a modern twist.

The Torridon Restaurant features a Scottish menu, and cooked breakfasts are optional.

This estate really is a perfect spot for those taking a Scottish Highlands honeymoon.

→ For availability and prices click here | Read reviews or book with TripAdvisor

This is my friend and Two Scots Abroad writer, Ruth’s top find. She has stayed at Torridon Estate often.

Hostels in Torridon

There is one Torridon hostel, Torridon Youth Hostel ran by the Scottish Youth Hostel Association.

This family (and dog!) friendly hostel is surrounded by hills ready for hiking, perfectly located under the highest peak in the area, Liathach. Torridon Youth Hostel boasts of a large kitchen, two social areas, a drying room and panoramic views along with private rooms and dorm beds starting at £14.

→ Check availability at this website

Shieldaig Luxury Hotels Over £200

The 19th century Shieldaig Lodge Hotel is one of the few remaining traditional Highland shooting lodges open to the public.

Each room has its own private en-suite and free toiletries. A full Scottish breakfast is available as well as a selection of whiskies (for after breakfast!) WiFi is available in public areas. This is not in the village of  Sheildaig mentioned above. Image courtesy of Shieldaig Lodge.

→ For availability and prices click here | Read reviews or book with TripAdvisor

Shieldaig Lodge Room NC500 Hotels

Gairloch Accommodation

The popular childhood holiday destination for many Scots, Gairloch is home to two beaches and a few coffee shops.

There is also a very scenic golf course so you can phwoar while you fore.

Gairloch Hotels Under £100

The Gairloch Hotel appears a tad outdated but it does offer free parking and breakfast. The hotel is less than 10 minutes walk to the beach.

→ For availability and prices click here | Read reviews or book with Trip Advisor

Hostels in Gairloch

The Gairloch Sands Hostel, managed by the Scottish Youth Hostel Association, is the oldest of the SYHA hostels.

The former hunting lodge was built in 1880 but is now maintained as a family and dog-friendly hostel. Dorms (from £23) and private rooms are available for booking. The hostel offers free parking and meals are available.

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Poolewe Hotels

Poolewe is an attractive NC500 village with one sleeping option – the Poolewe Hotel. The 16th-century building is popular for its seasonal entertainment, log fire bar, local produce meals, and views of Loch Ewe.

→ For availability and prices click here | Read reviews or book with TripAdvisor.

Sunset, boat, Sheildaig, Scotland, tree, bench, see

Ullapool Accommodation

Ullapool is the largest village on the NC500 itinerary, home to serious musical talent including my good friend, Kim Richards.

‘Trad scene’ fans should devote two nights to Ullapool if you want to enjoy the scene and/or do a bit of hiking.

We recommend walking the Stac Pollaidh, it’s only two hours and relatively easy (image below).

There are quite a few options for North Coast hotels in Ullapool. 

NC500 Tips Stac Pollaidh, Gemma, Ullapool Scotland

Ullapool Hotels Under £100

One of the oldest hotels in Ullapool is one of the cheapest!

The building in which the Caledonian Hotel was constructed in the early 1900s, the decor has had some sprucing up since then mind you!

The hotel allows pets, offers parking and WiFi. Breakfast and dinner are included in some packages.

Don’t forget your Smidge spray (UK) or Avon Skin So Soft (UK/US) for the blasted midges in Ullapool!

→ For availability and prices click here | Read reviews or book with TripAdvisor

Ullapool Hotels – £100-£200

The Arch Inn is located on the waterfront. On a warm day, visitors perch up and drink pints on the seats which spill onto the road overlooking the Loch Broom and Ullapool ferry terminal.

Live music can often be found at the Arch Inn bar and food is served daily in the restaurant. Breakfast is included in many packages. Sea view rooms are a tad more expensive.

→ For availability and prices click here | Read reviews or booking TripAdvisor

Hostels in Ullapool

There is only one Ullapool hostel, again managed by SYHA. Ullapool Youth Hostel sits on the seafront with views of Loch Broom and Beinn Dearg mountain.

Like Torridon, it has two social areas, a kitchen and dorm rooms (from £23) or private rooms available. There is also a laundry and drying room if it has come to that point of the road trip (clean pants time, we’ve all been there!)

→ Check availability: Ullapool Youth Hostel | Check reviews or book with

Stac Pollaidh | NC500 Hotels Guide

Sutherland North Coast 500 Places to Stay

Lochinver and Achmelvich

Lochinver is a small village most popular for its (expensive) pies. It is also close to the B869 (it needs a sexier name) which was one of my favourite parts of our NC500 itinerary.

Tucked into the B869 you will find Achmelvich Bay (and campsite) as well as Clachtoll Beach (and campsite) and a small cluster of houses amongst the hills.

» Read next: wild camping, campsites and motorhomes NC500 locations

Gemma, Craig sitting on rock, Achmelvich Beach Scotland North Coast 500_

Lochinver Hotels Under £100

Park House Bed and Breakfast in Lochinver offers modest bedrooms with shared bathroom facilities for under £100. Breakfast is also included in the price.

Click here for reviews and availability | Read what others have to say on TripAdvisor


Glencanisp Lodge is a traditionally decorated hotel located in Lochinver. Free WiFi access and free private parking is available as well as breakfast.

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Lochinver Luxury Hotels on NC500 £200+

The four-star Inver Lodge overlooks Lochinver Bay in the Scottish Highlands.
The spacious rooms each have a flat-screen TV and free Wifi is available throughout.
The award-winning hotel restaurant, the Chez Roux, serves a variety of meals and breakfast is available with some packages. Afternoon tea in front of the log fire is a delightful option available to guests.

→ Click here for reviews and availability | Read what others have to say on TripAdvisor

Hostels at Achmelvich

O.M.G, and I do not use that phrase often. SYHA has a hostel at Achmelvich Bay.

Just book it now, seriously. Crystal clear turquoise waters and white sand beaches are the views from this hostel, no wonder it is rated 9.7/10.

You will not be surprised to hear that Achmelvich Beach Hostel is often (mostly) sold out.

It accepts group bookings and dogs.

The hostel has a self-catering kitchen, dining room, and dorm beds start at £23.

One of the most scenic hostels on the North Coast 500 – catch it if you can.

Durness Accommodation

Durness is a very small area in the north-west however it is a good base for Cape Wrath boat trips and visits to Smoo Cave.

Balnakeil beach is also located in Durness, breathtaking turquoise waters and white sand dunes. John Lennon used to holiday here, now you can too rock star!

Durness has a hostel and an incredible (albeit very exposed) campsite. There is a local Spar shop (limited groceries, maximum snacks) as well as a restaurant/bar next to the Sango Sands campsite.

Smoo Cave NC500 route tips

Hostels in Durness

Right next to Smoo Cave (and Sango Sands campsite) you will find Durness Smoo Youth Hostel.

Yet another family and dog-friendly (regretting not taking our German shepherd/husky, Bowie) SYHA hostel with dorms and private rooms. Self-catering kitchen, drying room and coal-burning stove heated area also provided.

The hostel is relaxed and friendly, providing a simple base from which to explore the area on a budget. There are multi-share and private rooms, a well-equipped self-catering kitchen, drying room and cosy lounge heated by a coal-burning stove.

→ For availability check Hostelworld | | TripAdvisor

Bettyhill Accommodation

Bettyhill Hotel boasts of views of Torrisdale Bay, games rooms and beautiful rooms.

Caithness on the NC500

Thurso Accommodation

Close the John o’ Groats, Thurso is the northernmost town in mainland Scotland and is known to have the best waves in Scotland. People actually come to Scotland to surf!

Thurso Campsite Orkney Window North Coast 500 Scotland_

Thurso Hotels Under £100

The trendy Inn at Y-Not is located in the heart of Thurso.

The hotel is a 10-minute walk from all amenities, shops, bars and restaurants.

Rooms have en-suites and there is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel as well as free parking.

The Inn @ Y-Not bar has live music and the hotel also serves food in its restaurant. Traditional breakfast is available for an additional cost.

Click here for reviews and availability | Read what others have to say on TripAdvisor

Hostels in Thurso

Sandra’s Backpackers receives positive reviews for friendliness and location. Breakfast is included, and Thurso has restaurants and cafes for those choosing to eat out.

Sandra’s Backpackers offer luggage storage, linen hire and bike rental. Dorms start at £18 and private rooms are available. Availability of hostels eases on the North Coast 500 as you hit Caithness.

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Dunnet Head and John o’ Groats

Those travelling around the Route 500 looking to see wildlife may get lucky in John o’ Groats; seals, dolphins, minke and killer whales do visit.

There is also a nice option to walk the coastal path from John o’ Groats to Duncansby Head Lighthouse and the famous Stacks of Duncansby. Those looking to take a trip to Orkney can do so from John o’ Groats.

John o Groats signpost Gem North Coast 500 Scotland_

Hotels in Dunnet

Northern Sand Hotel is situated in the village of Dunnet, 1.9 miles from Dunnet Head and 6 miles from the beach.

WiFi is available throughout and parking is reserved for guests. The hotel also runs a restaurant selling meals made with local produce  Dunnet Bay Distillery (distillery article coming soon!) is a one minute walk away.

Click here for reviews and availability | Read what others have to say on TripAdvisor

Dunnet Bay and John o’ Groat both have NC500 campsites.

Dunnet Head North Coast 500 Scotland_

Wick Accommodation

Harbour House is a converted home of the harbour masters of Pulteney.

This 19th-century building is located in the heart of Wick. Harbour House offers free Wi-Fi, a lounge with a pool table and breakfasts (Continental or cooked) served in your own room!

Harbour House is a few minutes walk from the pub.

Click here for reviews and availability | Read what others have to say on TripAdvisor

Wick Bridge Flower North Coast 500 Scotland_

Golspie B&Bs

Close to Dunrobin Castle, Golspie is a timely overnight stop on the North East Coast 500.

Invicta House B&B also offers free breakfast, WiFi and parking.

The B&B is a 6-minute walk from the beach and bikes are available for hire.

→ Check rates and availability here | reviews on TripAdvisor also available

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Tain Accommodation

Tain is a good base for those looking to explore the NC500 distilleries on the east coast of the North Coast 500.

You are never more than a 40-minute drive from the ‘water of life’ – please ensure that your designated driver is not participating in the tasting.

Tain Hotels Under £100

Springfield guest house has nicely decorated private rooms with bathrooms, free breakfast served at a communal kitchen table, WiFi and parking. Guests think it is in an excellent location too.

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Dunbius Guest House is a quiet B&B in Tain. Rooms are comfortable, guests rave about the baked goods and breakfast served.

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Tain Luxury Hotels Over £300

The elegant Glenmorangie House comes in at 5/5 on TripAdvisor down to its surroundings, attentive staff and focuses on whisky!

Rooms are grand; some with four-poster beds! There is even a cosy snug with fire. Parents, childcare options may be available. Perfect or what? Image courtesy of Glenmorangie House.

→ Check for availability and best rates here | or book and read TripAdvisor reviews

Glenmorangie House on the NC500

Stay in a Castle on the North Coast 500

Who said the North Coast 500 hotels we stay at have to be just hotels? 

When discussing Scottish itineraries, I am often asked- can I sleep in a castle in Scotland?

This time I can say for sure that yes princess, you can!

Nothing says romance like pitching up in a turret once lived in by royalty!

I am really surprised to see how affordable these castle stays are too. I’ve made it my year goal to stay in one, I think I deserve it after creating this article.

Castles North Coast 500 Scotland Map

So where are these castle hotels in Scotland?

Let’s follow the castle trail from the northeast down the coast to Inverness.

Ackergill Tower North Coast 500 Castles

Castle Hotels in Dornoch

Dornoch Castle Hotel is a 500-year-old converted Scottish castle which has retained many of its period features.

The Castle Hotel has a restaurant called the Garden Restaurant onsite for fine dining.

The walled garden is a highlight for many guests, some rooms look onto these gardens.

Dornoch golf course is a 10-minute walk. Rooms can be found for under £100 in high season but they sell out fast. Image courtesy of Dornoch Castle Hotel.

→ For prices and availability click here | For more review check TripAdvisor

Dornoch Castle Hotel North Coast 500 Scotland

Castle Hotels in Tomich

Sleep where the Mackenzie clan once did at Kincraig Castle Hotel. This four-star hotel was built in the 1800s and overlooks the Cromarty Firth. Guests can enjoy dinner at the AA Rosette restaurant or less formal meals in the hotel’s Highland Bar.

Some of the hotel rooms overlook the well-maintained gardens. Rooms can be found for under £200 in high season.

→ Check reviews and availability here | book with

Dingwall Castle Hotels

Do you believe in ghosts? Well, the 12th century Tulloch Castle Hotel may have a surprise for you!

The Green lady is hanging and waiting for you to stay over at the once home of the Davidson clan. Food is available at Turrets Restaurant onsite.

The Tulloch Castle Hotel is pet-friendly. Rooms can be found for under £200 during high season.

→ Check reviews and availability here | book with

Bunchrew Castle Hotels

Not quite a castle but a more ‘modern’ 17th Century Baronial Mansion, Bunchrew House sits by the sea on the Beauly Firth looking over to the Black Isle.

One of the many four-star NC500 hotels, Bunchrew House is partly pink on the outside and comfortable on the inside.

Guests can relax in the Drawing Room and small parties up to 14 can hire the MacKenzie Room for dining shindigs or meetings. Rooms are more expensive (£400+ high season).

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NC500 Guides

We have created a number of free guides to help you with your NC500 planning:

Chanonry Point Lighthouse Craig Scottish Highland NC500

Final words

I am not underestimating when I stress how popular the NC500 route has become.

If you are interested in walks along deserted beaches, ironic since the route is so popular, I know, hikes up mountains and drams in castles get booking using the advice from our North Coast 500 accommodation guide!

As the saying goes, “It’s not about the destination – it’s about the journey” and this is especially true for Scotland’s equivalent to Route 66.

Oh, don’t forget to check out our jam-packed NC itinerary and tips and packing guide.

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Comments 16

  1. That is a super cool list! I was planning for a long to go up north. The maps to find the castles are super helpful. Let’s hope they are available when I stop by :))

    Any idea when it’s the best time to visit? Summer the prices are up, I am assuming, but maybe Winter is not so pleasant to visit? What do you think? Appreciate your insider knowledge!

    1. Thanks Matt! Our best months are actually April – end of June. I always remember walking past everyone sunbathing at Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow as I walked to the library to study for exams in May. You might want to check out our NC500 guide too, it gives advice on time of year and those blasted midges!

  2. Hi can you book accommodation once on route , we fly into Inverness and drive in hire car if we drive left to apple something can we get a hotel or best to book .
    All depends on weather and how far we want to drive or is it best to pin down stops on route and book from home c

    1. Thanks for reading Bev. I wouldn’t recommend leaving it to chance during the drier months. We booked a week in advance and were left with very limited options and I foresee an even busier summer ahead with the increase in marketing. It’s a great road trip, really worth it. You can cancel with if that helps any.

  3. We are planning this trip for first week in April 2019, do you think this would be a good time to avoid crowds? But also concerned about places being closed? Thanks for advice

    1. April 2019 are the Easter holidays in Scotland so there will probably be some crowds, less so than summer.

      You can see the availability of all the hotels in our guide, See ‘for availability and prices click here’ under each accommodation. From there you can use the calendar on the booking site to see if the desired accommodation is open for your dates.

      Come back and let us know how you get on.

    1. Perfect! We’ve just had a strange couple of warm days but back to normal February weather now. I’ll do a sun dance for you.

  4. Hi, I would like to do this trip in my campervan, are there any restrictions on parking on the side of the roads, are caravan and camping on route and would you have to book in advance.

    1. Hey David! It’s a grey area and you may struggle to ‘wild’ park during high season. Parking on the side of the road is a challenge (impossible) because the roads are mostly ‘A’ roads with passing places so they are tight to drive on. There are sites you can book (as per article), if you are doing the route during summer you may struggle to get space now. It is highly recommended to book in advance as the NC500 is very popular. Come back and let me know how you get on. It sounds like you may be very new to the route. I’d suggest checking out our tips here.

      1. Yes i’m new to most of it, done the inverness to the west coast, cant remember the road we went up, once up there, the views were spectacular, I called it the clutch burner haha, took a different route back, I am new to the camper movement as well, I will probably do it after the main season is ending or the around april next year, my main plan is to drive through france and tour north west spain. thanks.

        1. Yes! That’ll be the Bealach na ba! I laughed when I read clutch burner.

          Keep in contact, we’ll be joining the van clan too soon. Craig is currently converting a van.

          Northern Spain is high on our bucket list too. The natives are very passionate about the area, very appealing!

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