Days Out

You can do it all from Dornoch! Within a short distance there are beaches, golf courses, a range of sports, historical sites, stunning scenery and wonderful wildlife. Everything you’ll want to see and do in Scotland is here.

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Falls of Shin

Just 19 miles from Dornoch are the Shin Falls, on the road from Bonar Bridge to Lairg. The Falls are spectacular in their own right and very easily accessible, just…

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Inverness

Inverness is the capital of the Highlands and the main centre for the area. It has a range of shops as well as being the cultural and travel hub. Eden…

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The north and west

Ullapool Enjoy a stunning drive west to Ullapool and then spend your day in this most attractive, small, coastal town. Ullapool is the ferry port for Stornoway on the Isle…

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Castle of Mey: The Queen Mother’s Caithness Home

The Castle of Mey The Queen Mother acquired the Castle of Mey, the most northerly inhabited castle on the British mainland, in 1952. She renovated and restored it and created…

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Dunrobin Castle and north to Caithness

Dunrobin Castle and north to Caithness Dunrobin Castle is Scotland's most northerly great house and a wonderful day out. As well as the house and its treasures, the gardens, museum…

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Cromarty

Cromarty is an especially pretty village on the Black Isle.  It has impressive, 18th century merchants houses on its narrow streets and winding lanes as well as tea shops, hotels…

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The Pictish Trail

From Dornoch, the Pictish Trail runs north to Dunrobin Castle, which has a collection of carved Pictish stones, and south to Inverness with many stops along the way, including Edderton,…

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Ullapool

The tiny village of Ullapool is situated on the shores of Loch Broom and is a beautiful 1.5 hour drive from Dornoch. This charming village is surrounded by intense natural…

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