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Award winning luxury accommodation & fine dining with the charm, grace and elegance of the world's finest small hotels, adjacent to the 1st tee at Royal Dornoch Golf Club

#1 Golf Hotel in the Highlands - The Scottish Hotel Awards 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018

#1 Luxury Hotel in the Highlands - The Scottish Hotel Awards 2015, 2016 & 2017

Golf Digest 18 Coolest Places to Stay - 2017

TripAdvisor 2015 #7 Luxury Hotel in United Kingdom

Tour the Scottish Highlands & Experience the Breathtaking Scenic Scottish Landscape.

The wild, romantic landscape of the North Highlands of Scotland with its beautiful beaches, towering cliffs, moors, mountains and glens is untameable making its rich and powerful history even more remarkable.

The hill forts, chambered cairns and hut circles excavated across the North Highlands capture how truly ancient the human history of this region is. However, not as ancient as the land itself. Created over 430 million years ago the North Highlands play a huge part in our present understanding of earth’s geological evolution. And many important excavation sites and discoveries can be seen on several specialist tours throughout the region.

Luxury Breaks In Scotland with an bundance of Things to do in the Scottish Highlands

The North Highland’s geography also lends itself to the active pursuit of country sports and many superbly managed estates across the North Highlands offer excellent hunting, shooting and fishing opportunities to visitors throughout the year. In addition, there are dozens of stately homes and castles in the North Highlands, most have wonderful gardens and almost all welcome visitors. Most notable is, of course, Dunrobin Castle near the village of Golspie just outside Dornoch. The family seat of the Sutherland clan since the 14th century, Dunrobin Castle is the largest stately home in the North Highlands. With gardens and much of its Victorian architecture designed by Charles Barry – who also designed The Houses of Parliament – from a distance Dunrobin looks as if it would be more at home in The Loire Valley. But closer inspection quickly reveals a Highland heart and a very warm Highland welcome to thousands of visitors every year.

The North Highlands has always attracted artists and today their work can be found throughout the region, often in exciting purpose-built spaces and galleries. Regular exhibitions in towns and villages are fascinating places to find unique gifts or just to see at first hand how inspirational the North Highlands are.

Along with the legendary distilleries in the North Highlands – always worth touring or making a detour for – there are several renowned restaurants making the most of the North Highlands’ superb local ingredients, micro-breweries with excellent reputations and an endless choice of friendly pubs and bars with well stocked cellars and plenty of local colour.

Whether you choose to shop or eat, explore the ancient past or enjoy more contemporary pursuits, the richness and diversity of the North Highlands is incomparable and completely unforgettable.

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