Links House is situated in the Highland village of Dornoch just 43 miles north of Inverness.
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Links House at Royal Dornoch
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
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Inverness Airport is served by regular scheduled flights from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Luton, Belfast City, Manchester and Schiphol, Amsterdam.
Links House is a mere one hour’s drive north from Inverness on the A9. We are just four hours from both Glasgow and Edinburgh.
To find us take the A9 (N) from Inverness, traveling over the Kessock, Cromarty and Dornoch bridges until, after 40 miles approx, you see the turn off for Dornoch. Drive through the High Street in Dornoch until you reach the junction at the end of the street. Here, turn right then take the first left, signposted for Royal Dornoch Golf Club, and you will find Links House adjacent to the clubhouse.
Inverness is served by a nightly (excluding Saturday) sleeper service from London Euston. Onward travel with Scotrail serves nearby Tain and Golspie stations.
Links House is a Scottish manor home in the great country house tradition. The original building was constructed in 1843 as the Dornoch Free Church manse at the direction of the Reverend George Rainy Kennedy. Today, over 170 years later, Links House enters a new chapter in its history as a bespoke luxury boutique hotel.
The Highlands is the most magical, beautiful and yes remote of the four major golf regions in Scotland, yet it is perhaps the best.
North Coast 500
The North Coast 500 is a spectacular driving route on the north perimeter of Scotland, named one of the top coastal road trips in the world. The optimal time to drive the NC500 is late Spring / early Summer (April to June), and early Fall (September through November). Links House is an ideal base from which to explore this extraordinary route. We provide expert advice on the best stages and have created four unique loops starting and ending at Links House which cover all the NC500, as well as some extraordinary “off the beaten track” roads.