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Dornoch, the Castle of Mey & The Highlands

 

Dornoch Hotel
  • Overview

    highlights

    • Visit the wonderful Castle of Mey, saved and restored by the late Queen Mother
    • Stand at John O’Groats, the northernmost tip of Great Britain
    • Explore the bustling city of Inverness
    • Sample the produce at Glen Ord Distillery
    • Enjoy Portmahomack’s picture postcard harbour

    The enchanting cathedral town of Dornoch is a magical Highland destination, set along the beautiful Dornoch Firth, and is the perfect spot to explore the very best of Northern Scotland, from the dramatic coast and mountains, to the historic Castle of Mey. Read More

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    • Great for - Entertainment
    • Great for - Food & Drink
    • Great for - History
    • Great for - Scenery
    • Great for - Walking


    Dornoch Hotel

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    Famous for having the best sunshine record in northern Scotland, the third oldest golf course in the world and the burning of the last witch in Scotland, Dornoch is also one of our most popular holiday destinations in the UK! It's a seaside resort in the Highlands of Scotland that just has so much to offer. Only a small town, but what a huge personality - the people are friendly and welcoming, the tranquillity is idyllic and the scenery is second to none. It's a fantastic place to relax and enjoy time spent at a leisurely pace. With two golf courses, an enchanting little cathedral and an award-winning sandy beach, it's a beautiful place to holiday, especially as we know all the best places to take you in and around the area over the course of your stay. Northern Scotland is just waiting to be discovered!
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  • The Hotel

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    Dornoch Hotel

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    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


    Castle of Mey

    One of our holiday highlights is in store as we head north to visit the Castle of Mey, the former residence of the late Queen Mother - for almost half a century she spent many happy summers here. After time to explore, we head off to John O’Groats, at the northernmost tip of Great Britain.

    Glen Ord Distillery

    A delightful day ahead as we visit the 'Capital of the Highlands', bustling Inverness, located at the top of the Great Glen. Explore the shops, take a stroll along the River Ness or discover the city's heritage at the beautiful cathedral. We continue on to the historic Glen Ord Distillery, set on the edge of the Black Isle, to watch the distillers at work and sample the produce.

    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.

    Castle of Mey

    One of our holiday highlights is in store as we head north to visit the Castle of Mey, the former residence of the late Queen Mother - for almost half a century she spent many happy summers here. After time to explore, we head off to John O’Groats, at the northernmost tip of Great Britain.

    Glen Ord Distillery

    A delightful day ahead as we visit the 'Capital of the Highlands', bustling Inverness, located at the top of the Great Glen. Explore the shops, take a stroll along the River Ness or discover the city's heritage at the beautiful cathedral. We continue on to the historic Glen Ord Distillery, set on the edge of the Black Isle, to watch the distillers at work and sample the produce.

    Castle of Mey

    One of our holiday highlights is in store as we head north to visit the Castle of Mey, the former residence of the late Queen Mother - for almost half a century she spent many happy summers here. After time to explore, we head off to John O’Groats, at the northernmost tip of Great Britain.

    Glen Ord Distillery

    A delightful day ahead as we visit the 'Capital of the Highlands', bustling Inverness, located at the top of the Great Glen. Explore the shops, take a stroll along the River Ness or discover the city's heritage at the beautiful cathedral. We continue on to the historic Glen Ord Distillery, set on the edge of the Black Isle, to watch the distillers at work and sample the produce.

    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.

    Castle of Mey

    One of our holiday highlights is in store as we head north to visit the Castle of Mey, the former residence of the late Queen Mother - for almost half a century she spent many happy summers here. After time to explore, we head off to John O’Groats, at the northernmost tip of Great Britain.

    Glen Ord Distillery

    A delightful day ahead as we visit the 'Capital of the Highlands', bustling Inverness, located at the top of the Great Glen. Explore the shops, take a stroll along the River Ness or discover the city's heritage at the beautiful cathedral. We continue on to the historic Glen Ord Distillery, set on the edge of the Black Isle, to watch the distillers at work and sample the produce.

    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.

What's included

  • Travel by Coach or Air
  • Overnight hotel stays en route & post route. Only for travel from the South
  • Seven nights half-board accommodation
  • Fantastic evening entertainment
  • Three 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
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  • 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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