Submitted by Owen McCafferty on Sat, 2009-12-05
Dornoch is famous for the Royal Dornoch Golf Course and, since Madonna married Guy Richie at Skibo Castle many people link the names of Dornoch and Madonna!
For me, Dornoch is beautiful and unspoilt, maintaining the original buildings and character of the town. It is also a clean town and I must admit to it being one of my favourites!
- 1 The Dornoch Cathedral
- 2 Dornoch Castle
- 3 Camore Wood
- 4 Scotland’s last witch
- 5 History Links Museum
- 6 Pipe Band
- 7 Sports Clubs and Facilities
- 8 Squash Club
- 9 Events to watch for in Dornoch
- 10 Swimming Pool
- 11 Dornoch Lochans
- 12 The Wells
- 13 The Town Jail
- 14 Churches, Dornoch
- 15 Dornoch Firth Caravan Park
- 16 Ranger Services
The Dornoch Cathedral
Scotland’s last witch
History Links Museum
The pipe band can be found in Dornoch Square on most Saturday evenings throughout the summer months.
Sports Clubs and Facilities
Tennis and Bowls available in Golf Road
The Sutherland Squash Club play in The Meadows, Dornoch.
Events to watch for in Dornoch
Grannie’s Heilan Hame in Embo has a swimming pool and various other entertainments.
The Town Jail
This former town jail offers an array of crafts and an art gallery. A must see.
Dornoch Firth Caravan Park
Dornoch Firth Caravan Park is situated on the A9, midway between the Highland’s oldest Royal Burgh of Tain and the town of Dornoch, now made famous by Madonna. This well-run family park enjoys open views of the Dornoch Firth with picturesque coastal and rural scenery. The park features Caravan holiday homes, touring and tent pitches with bar and restaurant adjacent.
The Ranger services offers a variety of guided walks throughout the summer months. Walks of different grades are available from Easy, short walks on well graded paths, over short grass or shoreline rocks, to Hard walks which are over 4 kms on rough ground and involving much ascent and descent.
Please ensure that you are dressed for our changeable weather. Take suntan lotion, midge repellent, waterproofs and stout shoes. You could also take something to eat and drink. All walks are free.
To find out more contact:
The Highland Council Ranger Service, Ferrycroft Countryside Centre, Lairg. Telephone: 01549 402 638. Visit: http://www.highland.gov.uk/
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