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Dornoch Castle Hotel
Castle St
Dornoch
Highlands

IV25 3SD | View map

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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 in Scottish history and fascinating legends, the 15th century Dornoch Castle Hotel firmly stands its ground opposite the inspiring 12th century Dornoch Cathedral. Still bearing an air of magnificence and grace, it is the perfect venue for your Scottish Highland break or as one of the most stunning wedding venues in the UK. Ideally positioned near Royal Dornoch Golf Club, this 3-star property also provides an idyllic base for a short break ,with shopping, walking routes, heritage trails and health and beauty spots all on the castle’s doorstep. It is also an ideal base for many excursions and activities in the local area.

Renowned for the best in Scottish hospitality, with a dramatic backdrop of the quaint Market Square in Dornoch, the castle offers a cosy and personable stay. With such a unique setting, the hotel is the ideal venue for special occasions. A wedding organiser is at hand to assist with every detail of the day – from the meal, drinks and entertainment to the flowers, place cards and hairdresser.

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