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Mill Farm B and B
Dornoch
Highlands

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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 Farm is in a tranquil and relaxing setting from where you can enjoy the views of the estuary, woodland, mountains and of course farmland.We are ideally positioned to be used as a base whilst touring this historic and beautiful part of the North East coast of Scotland. A great base for a short break, a "getaway" weekend, or a special occasion.We are perfectly located as a stop-over en route to or from Orkney; or as the first or last stage of an end to end trip. Our summer house is a unique and newly built addition to our facilities. It's perfect for an afternoon cup of tea, or an evening drink on the veranda.Why not bring the children? Our gardens have a variety of play activities including a trampoline, tyre swings and a multi play centre. Well behaved pets can be accommodated. We do not have an alcohol licence, but guests are welcome to bring their own to enjoy.

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Number of Rooms: 2
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