Dornoch Castle Hotel
Dornoch Castle Hotel


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"I have read some disappointing reviews of your eve meals. Please can Manager James Moutrie tell me what is being done to rectify this sad situation, before I book ..." More

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"Myself & my family have been coming here since 1999, as we live in Stafforshire it is quite a journey, however this is well worth it, we can hear the ..." More

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Dornoch is a Royal Burgh in east Sutherland, designated a National Scenic Area in the Highlands of Scotland. Dornoch is situated on the coast of the Moray Firth at the north shore of the Dornoch Firth. In 2005 Dornoch became the first Fair-trade town in the Highlands. Dornoch is an ancient small town with settlements dating back 4000 years; the area is abundant with chambered cairns, hut circles, a standing stone and relics of the Picts. Dornoch Cathedral was built in 1224 by St. Gilbert, with the first service held in 1239. Pop-star Madonna had her son Rocco christened here in 2000. Other historically interesting features include the Bishops Palace a16th century fortified tower, which is now a hotel, the Old Town Jail and the nearby Witches Stone dating from 1722. Dornoch is a sea-side town with a quiet location, spectacular scenery and an award winning sandy beach. There are two golf courses in the Dornoch area including the famous Royal Dornoch Championship course. Dornoch has a wide range of shops and hotels, and is a popular resort for tourists, golfers, walkers and nature enthusiasts. Nearby attractions include Skibo Castle, where Madonna and Guy Ritchie were married in 2000 and The National Nature Reserve at Loch Fleet.


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Dornoch Castle Hotel (0.12 miles)

Dornoch Castle Hotel

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Set in private and beautifully manicured gardens, this Scottish Castle occupies a tranquil position in the heart of the beautiful village of Dornoch, yet still enjoys easy access to the A9. Steeped ... More

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Dornoch Hotel (0.17 miles)

Dornoch Hotel
Set in its own grounds, overlooking Royal Dornoch Golf Course and the sandy beaches of the Dornoch Firth, this attractive hotel is a few minutes walk from the centre of Dornoch, an enchanting little cathedral ... More | visit website
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Eagle Hotel (0.22 miles)

Eagle Hotel

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The Eagle Hotel is a beautiful, traditionally run hotel in the Idyllic highlands of Scotland. Situated in Royal Dornoch, it makes ideal base to explore the local area, or play ... More

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Mill Farm B and B (2.25 miles)

Mill Farm B and B

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Mill Farm is a working farm and family home, located just two miles away from the historic county town of Dornoch. Set in its own 50 acres of ground, Mill ... More


Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle (3.89 miles)

Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle
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Heaven On Earth Was How Andrew Carnegie Described Skibo - His Glorious Highland Castle Which Is Now Home To The Carnegie Club. The Carnegie Club ... More
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Morangie House Hotel (4.75 miles)

Morangie House Hotel

The Morangie, a fine old Victorian mansion, is set on the northern outskirts of the Ancient and Royal Burgh of Tain, Ross & Cromarty, one of Scotland's oldest burghs. Its grand design and spacious and ... More | visit website

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Mansfield Castle Hotel (5.23 miles)

Mansfield Castle Hotel

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Mansfield House Hotel is a luxury country house hotel, rated 4 star by the Scottish Tourist Board, in which the resident owners provide a welcoming and friendly atmosphere in a comfortable ... More

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Bhraggie House (7.62 miles)

Bhraggie House
Bhraggie House is situated in a wonderful location about one mile from the village of Golspie in a very quiet cul-de-sac. It has magnificent views from the lounge and both bedrooms which are overlooking the ... More | visit website
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Royal Marine Hotel (11.23 miles)

Royal Marine Hotel

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The Royal Marine Hotel overlooks the mouth of the River Brora and offers calm, gracious surroundings, great food, leisure facilities, log fires and a Highland welcome.
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Dunroamin Hotel (11.76 miles)

Dunroamin Hotel

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A friendly hotel where a warm welcome is guaranteed. Scotland's Best Service Award 2002. The hotel has magnificent views all year round and is within easy access to the Scottish highlands.

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