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Honeysuckle Cottage

Dornoch self catering holiday accommodation in town centre

Honeysuckle Cottage, 2 Castle Street, Dornoch, Sutherland, IV25 3SR                             Website by Partnersol

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Full weeks Friday to Friday Cottage available from 3pm on day of arrival - vacation on day of departure by 10.30am

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Experience Brora, In the Brora area there is much to do and see!! The following ideas are all within a walk or short 25 min drive from the village.

Italian POW Church in Orkney

Orkney: For the ultimate step back in time both pre-history and more recent wartime sites.

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Osprey fishing, Osprey along with many other birds can be see in area

Bird Watching: A wide variety of habitats make Dornoch an ideal location for observing birds.

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Beautiful Coutryside inland as well as the seaside

Mountain Biking: With the longest downhill runs in the country visit the local Highland Wildcats.

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Dornoch Firth

Beaches: In addition to the lovely sea side beach a few minutes walk from the B&B there are miles of idyllic beaches up and down the coast like this one.

Stoll around Dornoch

Walk, Observe, Take Photos & Relax:  Dornoch has a relaxing atmosphere and stunning surrounding countryside to explore and record.

Dunrobin Castle just North of Dornoch between Golspie and Brora

Dunrobin Castle: A few miles up the coast, the most northerly of Scotland's great houses dates to 1300

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Salmon Ladder near Falls of Shin Shop and Visitor Centre

Falls of Shin:  Salmon ladder to see the fish returning to spawn by the Shin where you can take in magnificent scenery.

Bottlenose Dolphin Having Fun off Chanonry Point Fortrose nr Dornoch

Sea Mammals: Seals bask on the sandbanks daily and dolphins and otters can occasionally be seen from the shore.


Dornoch Catherdral in the sun

Dornoch Cathedral:  The Cathedral is a short stroll down Castle St in the centre of town near shops.

Clynelish  Distillery in Brora just up the coast from Dornoch

Whisky Distilleries: To the south Tain hosts the famous Glenmorangie and to the north Clynelish at Brora

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Things to do and see, Historic Buildings and Scenes, Wildlife, Activities and Local Attractions

Dornoch has a world class reputation for Golf.  In addition, there are many other activities available in this lovely area, amazing vistas over hills, glens and sea.  There is pony trekking, swimming, sea and river fishing, walks in forests and hills, with ‘Munros’ in easy distance. Nearby Loch Fleet offers interesting birdwatching and wildlife with ospreys, seals and otters.   The Orkney Isles and the spectacular West Coast are within the scope of a day’s outing from Dornoch.  See www.visitdornoch.com for activities that you can arrange in advance of your stay in Dornoch.