all year except Christmas.
Fully licensed lounge/library & dining room. Free Wi-Fi throughout, in-room TV (Freeview), tea & coffee, hair-dryer.
‘babes in arms’, over-10s welcomed.
No dogs, except Guide dogs.
Amex, MasterCard, Visa.
Per person B&B single from £80 - £130, double £90 - £140, D,B&B double occupancy £136 - £196. Set dinners £23 - £28.
Good Hotel Guide Review
Bright and inviting, a ‘very pleasant’ sandstone guest house provides homely, well-executed accommodation close to the cathedral and the Royal Dornoch Golf Club. The late-Victorian town house, owned by ‘helpful hosts’ Kerensa and Michael Carr, has a wood-burning stove, tartan carpet and well-stocked library in the cosy lounge; many family antiques are displayed throughout the property. Traditionally decorated bedrooms have a decent hospitality tray, a power shower in the bathroom. The evening’s set menu takes into account guests’ allergies, intolerances or dislikes (notify in advance). A ‘delicious breakfast’ is served from 7 am (‘for those with an early tee time’). The sands of Dornoch Firth are nearby.
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