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Population: 1160
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Royal Marine Hotel
"Good Points: Food was very good Bad Points: I had tried to book direct with the hotel and told that they were full. I also checked the tarif they quoted ..." More

Royal Marine Hotel
"Good Points: Well located for my travel plans. Easy to find. Bad Points: There was a bit of noise from a door opening and closing nearby but that did not really ..." More

Royal Marine Hotel
"A pleasant hotel with good food and friendly staff. However it is a pity that the general standard of cleanliness was not impressive.....dirty top bed covers, dirty windows everywhere, ..." More

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Brora is a small village in east Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland, situated on the coast of the Moray Firth. Archaeological studies uncovered ancient inhabitants with arrowheads dating from 3700BC, Pictish Towers and Hillforts dating from 8th century BC including Duchary Roch Fort situated above Loch Brora, Ben Griam Beg and Dun Creich lying south-east of Bonar Bridge. Brora is a coastal resort popular with tourists, golfers and fishers. Brora has hotels and a caravan-site and is an excellent base for exploring the area. The village centre has mainly grey-stone buildings; interesting features include the Memorial Clock Tower, the museum and the small harbour, there are a few shops, restaurants and cafes. Attractions include the18-hole links golf course designed in 1923 which runs parallel with the beautiful sandy beach. Clynelish Malt Whiskey Distillery built in 1819 stands north of the village. Activities include fishing on the sea, Loch Brora and the river, bowling, tennis, nature watching and many walks in the surrounding hills. Nearby is the Glenmorangie Distillery, Dornoch Cathedral and a working watermill and pottery shop in Tain. Loch Fleet National Nature Reserve has a visitor centre and guided walks. Dolphins, whales and seals can also be observed in their natural habitat in the Moray Firth.


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Royal Marine Hotel (0.23 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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Bhraggie House (4.79 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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Bridge Hotel (10.31 miles)

Bridge Hotel

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Situated in the heart of a picturesque Highland village on the east coast of Scotland, this contemporary country hotel rejects modern day distractions in favour of a haven of peace. In an ... More

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Dornoch Hotel (10.98 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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Mill Farm B and B (11.05 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

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Dornoch Castle Hotel (11.19 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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Eagle Hotel (11.26 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


Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle (13.92 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 (15.67 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 (16.04 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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