Getting to Dornoch
It is increasingly easy to reach Dornoch and the Northern Highlands of Scotland, whether by air, rail or road.
Around an hour north by road from Inverness and about a further ten minutes from Inverness Airport. Heading north from Stirling in central Scotland simply follow the A9 the whole way and Dornoch is only a mile off the main route.
The drive time from Aberdeen Aiport to Dornoch is just over three hours and is just under four hours drive from Edinburgh.
Check the Royal Golf Hotel Google Map for more detailed information
Inverness Airport is just over an hour from The Royal Golf Hotel in Dornoch and is serviced daily by British Airways from London Heathrow from May 2016. The flight will depart Heathrow just before 10am returning in the afternoon. Also Easyjet from London Luton. Flights from London Gatwick are direct to Inverness and there are three return flights per day.
Please note that timetables are subject to change by the airlines and passengers should always contact their airline direct or use its website for the most up to date flight and booking information.
Aer Arann to Dublin
www.aerarann.com or T 0800 587 2324
easyJet to Bristol, Gatwick & Luton
www.easyjet.com or T 0871 244 2366
Flybe to Belfast City, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Gatwick, Jersey, Kirkwall, Manchester, Southampton, Stornoway & Sumburgh
www.flybe.com or T 0871 700 0535
Highland Airways to Stornoway/Benbecula
www.highlandairways.co.uk or T 0845 450 2245
Lufthansa - Flights from Dusseldorf, Germany to Inverness for summer 2011
www.lufthansa.com or T 0871 945 9747
There are regular trains from throughout the UK travellling to Inverness
Dornoch doesn't have its own railway station anymore but Scotrail operate the North Highland Line from Inverness to Wick and Thurso which stops at Tain and details of the up to date timetables and fares can be found on the Scotrail website.
Citylink offer regular services from Inverness to the North Highlands. Check timetables and jourenys on their website