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John O'Groats and the Highlands

 

Dornoch Hotel
  • Overview

    highlights

    • Stunning Highland and coastal scenery on your doorstep
    • Explore the cathedral town of Dornoch
    • Visit the capital of the Highlands - Inverness

    The Royal Burgh of Dornoch is a historical small town, set on the edge of the tranquil Dornoch Firth, a designated National Scenic Area. What a great base to discover the wonderful Northern Highlands, from city to coast and countryside.​

    Great for:

    • Great for - History
    • Great for - Nature
    • Great for - Scenery
    • Great for - Walking


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  • Itinerary

    ITINERARY

    LOCATIONS


  • The Hotel

    YOUR HOTEL


    Dornoch Hotel

    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
    • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch

    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 town with a spacious square and wide streets. Linger in the hotel's relaxed tempo and timeless sense of comfort - a spacious reception area with fine sweeping stairway, wood panelled bar and sun lounge with lovely views are welcoming retreats. This is an excellent base for visiting the remote scenery of Scotland's far north and for an array of outdoor sporting activities. The hill-strewn moorland terrain, jewelled with lochs, has a wild charm of its own and is ideal for exploring Easter Ross and Ben Armine Forest.

    • Overlooking Royal Dornoch Golf Course
    • Views of the sandy beaches of the Dornoch Firth
    • A few minutes walk from the centre of Dornoch
    • Excellent base for visiting the remote scenery of Scotland's far north
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  • Excursions & Extras

    INCLUDED EXCURSIONS


    Orkney
    Full Day: John O’Groats

    Travel along the rugged coastline to legendary John O’Groats, every tourist’s goal and which enjoys fine views over the Pentland Firth to the Orkneys.

    Ullapool harbour
    Full Day: Ullapool & Highlands
    Join us as we make our way to coastal Ullapool on the scenic shores of Loch Broom, before travelling back to Dornoch across the heart of the Highlands, passing through the quaint town of Dingwall along the way. 
    Ullapool harbour

    Firstly we visit Lairg on the shores of Loch Shin, before continuing on to coastal Ullapool, a bustling fishing port on the scenic shores of Loch Broom. Later we travel back to the Dornoch across the heart of the Highlands, passing through the quaint town of Dingwall along the way.

    Orkney
    Full Day: John O’Groats

    Travel along the rugged coastline to legendary John O’Groats, every tourist’s goal and which enjoys fine views over the Pentland Firth to the Orkneys.

    John O'Groats
    Full Day: John O'Groats and Timespan Centre

    Heading north, we travel to legendary John O'Groats. The 'end of the road' and the most northerly point of mainland Britain, this Highland village combines unspoilt scenery, dramatic viewpoints and an array of wildlife to be spotted, from birdlife to seals, whales, and dolphins in the waters.

    We also call at the Timespan Centre, which offers an abundance of fascinating history and information about the local area, as well as tales of local legends.

    Spectacular views over the Cromarty Firth
    Half day: Invergordon and Struie Viewpoint

    Excursion visiting the coastal town of Invergordon, on the shores of the Cromarty Firth and admiring the view at Struie Viewpoint.

    Dornoch, breathtaking!
    Half Day: Portmahomack

    Enjoy a jaunt across the Dornoch Firth and through hidden villages to Portmahomack, with its picture postcard harbour and stunning views.

    Ullapool harbour
    Full Day: Ullapool & Highlands
    Join us as we make our way to coastal Ullapool on the scenic shores of Loch Broom, before travelling back to Dornoch across the heart of the Highlands, passing through the quaint town of Dingwall along the way. 
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    John O'Groats

    We’ll make our way to John O’Groats via the remote North East coast of Scotland, famous for its wonderful views and scenery. John O'Groats is often referred to as the ‘start of Great Britain’, due to its location on the north-eastern tip of Scotland. Be sure to get your picture taken in front of the famous signpost!

    Orkney
    Full Day: John O’Groats

    Travel along the rugged coastline to legendary John O’Groats, every tourist’s goal and which enjoys fine views over the Pentland Firth to the Orkneys.

    Spectacular views over the Cromarty Firth
    Half day: Invergordon and Struie Viewpoint

    Excursion visiting the coastal town of Invergordon, on the shores of the Cromarty Firth and admiring the view at Struie Viewpoint.

    Orkney
    Full Day: John O’Groats

    Travel along the rugged coastline to legendary John O’Groats, every tourist’s goal and which enjoys fine views over the Pentland Firth to the Orkneys.

    Loch Broom
    Full Day: Ullapool & Highlands & Dingwall
    Join us on an excursion to coastal Ullapool on the scenic shores of Loch Broom, before travelling back to Dornoch across the heart of the Highlands, passing through the quaint town of Dingwall along the way.
    Orkney
    Full Day: John O’Groats

    Travel along the rugged coastline to legendary John O’Groats, every tourist’s goal and which enjoys fine views over the Pentland Firth to the Orkneys.

    Spectacular views over the Cromarty Firth
    Half day: Invergordon and Struie Viewpoint

    Excursion visiting the coastal town of Invergordon, on the shores of the Cromarty Firth and admiring the view at Struie Viewpoint.

 


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What's included

  • Return coach or air travel
  • Four nights half-board accommodation
  • Fantastic evening entertainment
  • Two excursions
Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch

Dornoch Hotel

A haven for nature-lovers and golfers

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Dornoch Hotel

  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch
  • Dornoch Hotel, Dornoch

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 town with a spacious square and wide streets. Linger in the hotel's relaxed tempo and timeless sense of comfort - a spacious reception area with fine sweeping stairway, wood panelled bar and sun lounge with lovely views are welcoming retreats. This is an excellent base for visiting the remote scenery of Scotland's far north and for an array of outdoor sporting activities. The hill-strewn moorland terrain, jewelled with lochs, has a wild charm of its own and is ideal for exploring Easter Ross and Ben Armine Forest.

  • Overlooking Royal Dornoch Golf Course
  • Views of the sandy beaches of the Dornoch Firth
  • A few minutes walk from the centre of Dornoch
  • Excellent base for visiting the remote scenery of Scotland's far north
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