Short breaks

Plan a winter break to see the Northern lights!

People across the Highlands were treated to a spectacular show of the Northern lights last night; Dornoch and the surrounding area was ablaze with colour. The best time to see the ‘Mirrie Dancers’ during your holiday in Scotland is during the Autumn and Winter seasons, when the nights are long and nights are clear. So it’s a perfect excuse for a late winter break in the Highlands!

Ten Things to DO in Dornoch: Beaches

The Northern Highlands has a huge array of beaches waiting to be explored: from the craggy and stony to miles of golden sands or small coves with white sand and…

Ten things to DO in Dornoch

Top ten things to do in Dornoch! There is so much to do in and around Dornoch! Take a look at our top ten list for some ideas of what…

Ten things to DO in Dornoch: Golf

The Northern Highlands has some of the best Links courses in the world. Once you have played the Royal Dornoch, Why not visit some of our neighbouring courses, all within…

Ten things to DO in Dornoch: Whisky

Dornoch is the place to be for Whisky Lovers! Lovers of single malts or those keen to learn about Scotland’s national drink are spoilt for choice when visiting Dornoch and…

Ten Things to DO in Dornoch: History and Heritage

The Highlands of Scotland are well known for their rich history and heritage. Discover all about the history of the Dornoch area- and the whole of the Northern Highlands- during…

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