Discover East Sutherland
East Sutherland lies north of the Dornoch firth until the start of Caithness above Brora. The county also stetches westwards to Ullapool although its definition can be a bit confusing as most of it has a Inverness-shire postcode and is thus identified by Private House Stays as North Highlands. The area has some good farming land as well as the usual beautiful highland scenery, dotted with whisky distilleries, lochs, rivers and mountains. Dornoch, Tain, Golspie and Brora are all highland towns with their own interesting histories and culture. Dornoch has a world famous championship golf course, the bird watching and coastal scenery are spectacular and the Falls of Shin are also recommended for a visit.
The 2nd Green in Dornoch
A stunning self-catering property overlooking the Royal Dornoch Golf Course.
The old Bank House
This is a self catering ground floor apartment with airy and very spacious rooms. To further help you to relax, you have a comfortable bedroom with superking bed and TV. The en-suite bathroom has a luxury walk in shower, bidet and toilet, vanity unit and, best of all, a spa bath. The lounge seats 10 people and has a large TV with Sky channels, Sky Sport and BT Sports. Well equipped kitchen with range cooker and utility room with American style fridge/freezer with ice maker.
Bed and Breakfast
Rhives House B&B is situated in the scenic village of Golspie, along the North Coast 500.
Albatross Bed and Breakfast Dornoch
Bed and Breakfast
Albatross Bed & Breakfast is a distinctive detached property, a 19th century traditional Scottish town cottage in the heart of Dornoch
Things to do in East Sutherland
Loch Fleet Nature Reserve
The Loch Fleet is a paradise for flora and fauna located in the waters north of Dornoch.
Dunrobin Castle is the most northerly house in Scotland and the largest castle in the North Highlands, with 189 rooms. With it's history tracing back to the early 1300s, its one of the oldest inhabited castles in the UK.
Falls of Shin
The Falls of Shin is a prime location to view salmon leaping up the River Shin in an attempt to return upstream.