Discover Dornoch Castle – Spend your quality time wisely here with a choice of whisky, golf or indulgent spa breaks.
Book now for a summer break at the historic three star Dornoch Castle Hotel in the dramatic Scottish Highlands where a whole range of leisure pursuits are at your disposal from golf at Royal Dornoch Golf Course, one of the world’s top 10 courses, to whisky tasting at the numerous Distilleries nearby such as Balblair and Glenmorangie, to simply chilling out with a range of spa treatments at Aspen Spa, enjoying walking and sightseeing, or relaxing by the open fire in the bar.
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Says Dornoch Castle owner Colin Thompson; “We would be delighted to welcome guests who have found us on Silversurfers – we think we have all the ingredients they’ll be looking for from a short break.”
“We are fresh from TV coverage too – we were recently featured on the BBC Landward programme about whisky tourism as my two sons run front of house carrying out many whisky tours for visitors from all over the world. We have been named International Whisky Hotel 2014 by whisky blog, the major connoisseur’s website. So if you are into the “water of life” and would like to find out more and sample some of the rare whiskies in our whisky bar as well as visit some distilleries we are certainly the place to head for and will bring whisky to life for you.”
“Our historic Castle dates back to the 15th Century and now offers all the comforts and indulgences of a modern Hotel, “ he added, “Staying at Dornoch Castle Hotel will provide you with an opportunity to share in the building’s rich heritage as well as visit the charming town of Dornoch. For many this may be a new part of Scotland to discover!
Set in Sutherland, one of Scotland’s most dramatic regions, 3 star Dornoch Castle, which has been a hotel since 1947, has all the obligatory ingredients you look for when you are lured by the thought of staying in a Castle – there are the turreted balastrades, the winding staircases, the atmospheric dungeon and the impressive four posters. Not to mention the obligatory centuries of strife witnessed by the Castle withstanding fire, flood and battle! There is even a resident Ghost – a disgruntled sheep stealer who was locked up in the cells and later hanged when the building served as the town jail.
Just over the road from the Hotel is 12th Century Dornoch Cathedral where Madonna had her baby son christened in the year 2000 ahead of her wedding to Guy Ritchie at Skibo.
“We also have great shopping here in Dornoch and the area is a wildlife lover’s paradise with dolphin and porpoise spotting as well as numerous sea birds – you really are spoilt for choice,” said Colin Thompson.
Dornoch Castle’s highly individual bedrooms are situated both within the oldest part of the Castle and the modern extension and include four poster bedrooms and the award winning Old Courtroom boasting hand carved four poster bed, open log fire, half panelling, stone walls and spa bath open to the 16 foot beamed ceiling.
Other features include the atmospheric bar – the former Bishop’s Kitchen – with its open stone walls, sumptuous leather armchairs, eleven ft wide fireplace and wide selection of Malts and the Terrace Restaurant overlooking the gardens with its daily a la carte and snack menus for lunch and dinner.
For further details and to book call the Hotel on 01862 810216
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