The Royal Burgh of Dornoch is an historic small town on the edge of the Dornoch Firth less than an hour from Inverness, ten minutes more from the airport and just off the main A9.
It offers a tranquil location, wonderful scenery and a pleasant climate that have all combined to attract visitors to the area for years.
Add to this some wonderful visitor attractions across Sutherland and Dornoch becomes the perfect Highland destination for short breaks or family holidays.
It has established itself as one of Scotland's genuine golfing destinPicture courtesy of Pelorus Web Designations with Royal Dornoch Golf Club being on the wishlist of most golfers whether they come from the UK, Europe or from North America.
Others just enjoy the pace of the town and the area and the hospitality that the town is well known for worldwide.
Dornoch remains a thriving community today and although it has a population of less than 2500 residents Dornoch offers visitors a wide range of quality shops and businesses, a range of accommodation and two golf courses.
A walk down the main street is more than pleasing to the eye with a range of fine architecture including the magnificent 13th Century Cathedral,a bishop's palace (now a hotel), courthouse and old town jail and sandstone cottages and town houses compliment the grander structures.
It is one of those places that relaxes you regardless of your reason for being there.
Enjoy an evening walk through the town with its floodlit buildings or a stroll along the magnificent beach you simply cannot fail to switch off.
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