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Soft Play at the Hub

Mon-Fri: 9am to 7:45pm Sat: 9am-4:30pm Sun: 10am-3:30pm

Just 13 miles from Dornoch, on the road between Bonar Bridge and Adrgay, this soft play area is a 'must visit' for families! The Hub provides an excellent choice for a family-friendly…

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Dornoch Cathedral

Each year many couples from around the world want to be married in historic and lovely Dornoch Cathedral which combines both grandeur and intimacy. Full details about marriage in the…

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Cromarty

Cromarty is an especially pretty village on the Black Isle.  It has impressive, 18th century merchants houses on its narrow streets and winding lanes as well as tea shops, hotels…

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Inverness

Inverness is the capital of the Highlands and the main centre for the area. It has a range of shops as well as being the cultural and travel hub. Eden…

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Dornoch Beach

Dornoch's safe, Blue Flag beach, is ideal for families with its gentle shallows, sheltering dunes and miles of golden sands. Perfect for paddling and swimming on warm summer days. Throughout…

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Falls of Shin

Just 19 miles from Dornoch are the Shin Falls, on the road from Bonar Bridge to Lairg. The Falls are spectacular in their own right and very easily accessible, just…

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The north and west

Ullapool Enjoy a stunning drive west to Ullapool and then spend your day in this most attractive, small, coastal town. Ullapool is the ferry port for Stornoway on the Isle…

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Ullapool

The ferry port of Ullapool is situated on the shores of Loch Broom and is a beautiful 1.5 hour drive from Dornoch. This charming village is surrounded by intense natural…

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Churches, Celebrants and the Registrar

As well as Dornoch Cathedral, Dornoch has 2 other churches, St Finbarr's Episcopal Church and The Free Church of Scotland.    Humanist celebrants and Registrars can hold a ceremony anywhere…

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Dornoch Cathedral

Dornoch Cathedral's first service was held in 1239 and it continues today as a parish church. Originally Roman Catholic rites were observed but since the Reformation it has been part…

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