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Royal Golf Hotel
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There are 22 unique bedrooms at the hotel offering some of the best accommodation in the North Highlands. Many of the Superior bedrooms offer stunning views over the Royal Dornoch Golf Club and the Dornoch Firth beyond. There are also singles, doubles and twin rooms, all include direct dial telephone, remote control colour television with free view channels, hairdryer, hospitality tray and complimentary toiletries. Rooms offer the ideal retreat where guests can just switch off, relax and soak up the surroundings. Whichever bedroom you find yourself in you can be assured of a fine highland sleep! Free WiFi internet is available throughout the hotel.
The Conservatory Restaurant offers quality informal brassiere style dining, with its magnificent views across Royal Dornoch Golf Club to the Dornoch Firth itself. Only the finest Scottish produce is used, with all menus complemented by an extensive wine list and selection of over 30 malts. The main Restaurant is available for private functions and is also used for breakfast. The hotel bar has its own feature whisky wall serving single malt whisky, fine wine or Scottish beer, the style and ambience is relaxed and welcoming with wonderful drawings of Royal Dornoch’s famous golf holes.
The restaurant is located on the ground floor and enjoys natural light, perfect for your conference requirements. Catering services are also available in the conservatory for delegates and a wide range of menus to suit all budgets. With free WIFI internet access available throughout the hotel and with a full range of audio visual equipment available, the Royal Golf can hold conferences up to 20 boardroom and 50 theatre style. So if you’re looking for a venue that combines solitude with easy access and modern communication you have come to the right place.
There is much to see and do in the local area, with miles of sandy beaches which play host to an array of water sports activities including windsurfing and water-skiing. The coast teams with wildlife, such as seals, and a sizable population of both breeding and wintering birds. Dornoch town which dates from the 12th century is steeped in history, with the impressive cathedral plus many quaint shops and wonderful places to eat. There are many attractions in the local area including Glenmorangie Distillery where you can find out more about the history of this wonderful malt. Also Dunrobin Castle which resembles a French chateau with its conical spires is the most northerly of Scotland’s great houses, plus one of Britain’s oldest continuously inhabited houses dating back to the early 1300’s.