Welcome to Visit John O'Groats

Experience the wilds

John O’Groats may be best known for it’s iconic location and jaw-dropping scenery, but there is plenty of adventure to be had at this inspiring location. Explore the village, board a ferry, lookout for wildlife, walk the coast, discover the bays and beaches, or use it as a starting point for further adventures!

While many see the village for its iconic ‘end of the road’ location, it’s part of an area rich in Scottish history and culture and deserving of a closer look, with a good choice of accommodation and a choice of local craft shops.

A warm welcome

Visit Us

A warm welcome awaits you with the cool breeze of the North Sea. John O’Groats is a stones throw from glorious beaches but within easy reach of adrenaline fuelled activities and nearby luxury accommodation. When visiting John O’Groats you are guaranteed a comfortable and memorable stay.

Things to do and see

Welcome to the end of the road

John O’Groats has a wide range of tourist attractions and activities. 

Stay with us

Luxury Accommodation

Tucked away in an area of outstanding beauty and wild Scottish landscapes, a choice of luxury John O’Groats accommodation options await you. The 3 bedroom self catering lodges offer unrivalled luxury and breath-taking seaviews out to the Orkneys with extensive glass wall frontage, designed to bring the natural light and seascape directly into your holiday home.

Travelling to John O'Groats

Getting here


Travel from Inverness on the A9 to Latheron in Caithness, then follow the A99 to Wick, travel through Wick and at Reiss turn right to John O’Groats, still on the A99, straight on to the ‘End of the road’.


Daily bus services run from Inverness bus station to Wick and Thurso. Then use local services to John O’Groats. A ferry bus also runs from Inverness to John O’Groats direct.


There is a direct service from Inverness to Wick and Thurso 3 times a day, Monday to Saturday all year, and a limited Sunday service from June to September. Take the local bus service to John O’Groats.


The nearest airport is Wick (Wick Airport Terminal Tel: 01955 602215) or Inverness, with flights operated by Eastern Airways and FlyBe.


It’s only 874 miles or so from Land’s End. Why not become an End To Ender?!