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Welcome to Dornoch Castle Hotel

NO. 1 CHOICE FOR LUXURY SCOTTISH CASTLE HOTEL ROOMS & FINE DINING

Dornoch Castle Hotel is set in the beautiful, historic town of Dornoch and situated directly opposite the inspiring 12th century Dornoch Cathedral, making it one of the most perfect wedding venues in Scotland and a great choice for anyone looking for a luxury hotel break in the Scottish Highlands.

EAT

When you want that special candle-lit dinner our Garden Restaurant,
overlooking the formal walled gardens, is the perfect place to be.

For that special private dining experience the Vault at Dornoch is perfect. A specially designed menu, with wine and whisky pairing in a truly intimate setting.

STAY

Experience History and Luxury
in our Scottish Castle Rooms & Cottages

Luxury self catering holiday cottages located on the Black Isle just a short drive from Dorncoch and a great base for exploring the Scottish Highlands.

DRINK

Dornoch Distillery by the Thompson Brothers.
A traditional, organic microdistillery within the Old Fire Station

Dornoch Distillery

Scotland is famous for it’s ‘uisge beatha’ the water of life, and the Highlands is home to some of the best distilleries, which offer a fantastic experience to have a tour around these world-renowned distilleries and see how their favourite dram is made.

The Dornoch Castle Hotel’s very own Dornoch Distillery Company, created by owners Simon & Phil Thompson, has been operational since August 2016 and producing the Thompson Brothers Organic Gin whilst patiently waiting for their Old Style Whisky to mature. Dornoch Castle Hotel is one of a very limited number of U.K. hotels with a distillery on-site, a truly unique Highland escape!

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North Coast 500

SCOTLAND’S VERY OWN ‘ROUTE 66’

Scotland’s very own ‘Route 66’ has been developed with the aim to showcase the stunning coast of the Scottish Highlands. The route consists of just over 500 miles beginning in Inverness and loping round the coast. Instead on the long, flat drive of Route 66 you are swept along the windy and steep single track roads of rural Scotland, bringing you passed many a Castle and beach to entice you. With plenty of enchanting towns and villages along the way and just off the track there is something to suit all on this route.

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