Located just one hours drive from Inverness in the quaint town of Dornoch. Directly on the first tee of the world ranked 15th best golf course, with stunning sea-views over the sandy beaches. Offering guests impeccable service and quality accommodation. Many of the individually styled bedrooms overlook the golf course and the Dornoch Firth beyond, each equipped with everything you would expect from a hotel of this calibre. In the conservatory restaurant the head chef will once again demonstrate the great flair and imagination offered by the Royal Golf of old by using the very finest local ingredients to create many mouth-watering dishes. The hotel is your ideal base in the Highlands, and with 20 golf courses within an hours drive, as well as extensive hill walking, fishing and the many award-winning beaches all nearby you are sure of a memorable break away. The hotel also offers free breakfast.Please Note: Pets allowed with a charge of 10 GBP per stay.
When visiting Dornoch, Dornoch Castle Hotel is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Garden Restaurant, which serves local cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. Other highlights at this historic hotel include a bar/lounge and a garden.
Featuring free WiFi, Eagle Hotel offers accommodations in Dornoch. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Each room is equipped with a flat-screen TV. The rooms have a private bathroom. Inverness is 29 miles from Eagle Hotel, and Elgin is 31 miles from the property. The nearest airport is Inverness Airport, 24 miles from Eagle Hotel.
Set in its own grounds in a truly historic corner of the Scottish Highlands, overlooking the esteemed Royal Dornoch Golf Course and bordered by pristine beaches and forestry walks, The Dornoch Hotel boasts 105 bedrooms, two restaurants, and spectacular views.Located within easy reach of the historic town of Dornoch, home to a spacious square and winding streets as well as its spectacular 13th century cathedral, the Dornoch Hotel is an ideal base from which to explore the Highlands and some of Scotlands most unspoiled coastline