The bus driver was very helpful despite not having been to the area before national holidays needs to update its information the trip to the falls of shin was a let down the visitor centre and restaurant areas including toilets had burnt down last year so no facilities at all.would suggest a visit to dornoch village there is a beautiful little cathedral some lovely gift shops and cafes ashort walk from the village tkes you to a beautiful sandy beach. The hotel is a bit dated but clean and comfortable the staff helpful and efficient, food head plenty of choiceand was sufficient.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set in its own grounds overlooking the Royal Dornoch Golf Course and the beautiful sandy beaches of the Dornoch Firth this is a truly grand and impressive building. The exterior of the hotel has recently undergone tasteful redecoration and on the inside you will be greeted by a fine sweeping staircase and a warm Highland welcome. From the relaxing Sun Lounge you can admire the superb views and watch the world go by or enjoy a drink in the wood-panelled Links Lounge Bar. For the more energetic, there is a (seasonal) pitch and putt golf course in the hotel grounds where you can enjoy a round to build up your appetite for dinner. The Four Seasons and Links Restaurants within the hotel offer great dining options. This is an excellent base to visit the remote scenery of the area and to explore the lochs, moorland terrain and charm of Scotland’s far north. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Dornoch Hotel Scotland