Dornoch

Dornoch is a small down in the county of Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland.  Situated on the Dornoch Firth which leads into the Moray Firth, the town is a seaside resort, as well as a historic hub, with it's castle, jail and cathedral.  The articles below are related to Dornoch and the surrounding area.
Grannie's Heilan' Hame Holiday Park near Dornoch

A brilliant caravan park in north Scotland, near Dornoch in the Sutherland area. Fantastic beaches, castles, waterfalls and wildlife.

The Royal Burgh of Dornoch in the north Scottish Highlands

The town of Dornoch in north Scottish Highlands on the east coast. A lovely place with a cathedral and many nice restaurants.

Dunrobin Castle, one of Scotland's great houses

Held by the Sutherland clan for over 700 years, Dunrobin Castle is steeped in history and has a beautiful Victorian garden.

Dornoch Cathedral, 13th century church in the Scottish Highlands

Learn about the rich history surrounding Dornoch Cathedral and its Bishop - Gilbert de Moravia in 1222.

Skelbo Castle, overlooking Loch Fleet in Sutherland

A charming ruin of a Scottish Castle located near Dornoch in the north of Scotland. Currently owned by a Russian billionaire!

Family lunch out at Sandstone Cafe, Dornoch

Lunch out with my family at Sandstone Cafe, our favourite place to eat in Dornoch. Amazing paninis and homemade cakes.