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Stayed here for two nights on an It Is On deal. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Our room (21) was disabled friendly, hence shower only, but it was clean and warm. Only (minor) complaint was the positioning of the television - quite small and difficult to...More
I spent two nights in The Old Courtroom and have to say I was pleasantly surprised.
The room was bigger than it seemed on the pictures and very in keeping with what I felt a castle room should be - stunning and a beautiful log...More
I stayed here for one night on the 28th November 2014. All the accommodation in town was full due to a big wedding in town and I was checking in very late...11:30pm! A very knowledgeable barman called Scotty came to my rescue. I was put...More
A completely charming hotel! The staff were all so friendly and welcoming and the open fire in the bar was a delight. I stayed in a turret room which was large, very comfortable bed, sea views and adjustable heating. It was so cosy sitting in...More
Stayed with a colleague whilst in the area on business Nov 2014. The hotel is formed within what is left of what was a much larger castle property together with a modern extension. The hotel is bang in the centre of Dornoch, so very handy...More
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I agree with the previous writer that bus is convenient from Inverness to Dornoch BUT it leaves early (?9.20am) so you would need an overnight stay in in Inverness unless you were doing sleeper which arrives Inverness ?6am... More
I agree with the previous writer that bus is convenient from Inverness to Dornoch BUT it leaves early (?9.20am) so you would need an overnight stay in in Inverness unless you were doing sleeper which arrives Inverness ?6am. Train connection goes to Tain and a taxi would be feasible from there approx.8 miles.