Dornoch Station Hotel
Highlands & Inverness, Scotland
Overview of Dornoch Station Hotel
Welcome to Dornoch Station Hotel, your ideal base for an unforgettable golf trip in the Scottish Highlands. Relax in the elegant rooms inspired by nature, offering a warm and homely ambience, before teeing off at your chosen course. The renowned Royal Dornoch Golf Club is just a few minutes walk away and is known for its impressive Championship layout.
Savour the authentic Highlands cuisine at the Golden Gorse, unwind at Bar Ross after your game, and take advantage of the private putting green and fitness centre. Situated on the stunning Sutherland Coast with an array of nearby attractions, your Highland golf trip awaits.
The Highlands are certainly not short of awe-inspiring courses, making it perfect for a Scotland golf tour. During your stay at Dornoch Station Hotel, we recommend testing your game at Royal Dornoch Golf Club. There are two links layouts to choose from, including the impressive Championship Course which is often ranked as one of the best in Scotland.
The elegant rooms are inspired by nature, with a muted earthy colour scheme and unique furnishings that present a warm and homely aesthetic. You’ll notice modern twists on traditional décor, with features such as patterned carpets and vintage telephones contrasting with the updated amenities.
From sumptuous twin rooms with a sea view to grand and spacious suites, Dornoch Station Hotel offers the ultimate Highlands-inspired retreat.
Restaurant & Bars
During your stay, you can indulge in the authentic Highlands palette with the benefit of fresh, locally sourced ingredients. The Golden Gorse caters for vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free diets. Wash down your meal with a drink at the new Bar Ross – the perfect place to relax after your round of golf.
Spa & Leisure
For those looking to get in some extra practice before your round, try out the private putting green at Dornoch Station. There is also a fitness centre on-site, perfect for keeping fit during your trip.
Dornoch Station Hotel is located in the Highlands on the Sutherland Coast. The closest airport is Inverness, which is approximately a 1-hour drive.
Beyond the incredible nearby courses, there is plenty to keep you entertained during your trip. Book a tasting experience at the award-winning Carnegie Whisky Cellars or the Clynelish Distillery, visit Dunrobin Castle, or hire a bike and explore the rich natural beauty of the area. There are also numerous restaurants and bars to discover.
Golf courses near to Dornoch Station Hotel
at Royal Dornoch Golf Club
The Championship Course at Royal Dornoch is a magnificent links course that is widely considered one of the worlds very best golf courses. As of 2020 Golf Digest ranked it at no. 4 in the world.
at Moray Golf Club
Designed by Old Tom Morris, the Old Course at Moray Golf Club has a beautiful layout. Deep bunkers and fast greens are a consistent theme throughout the 18 holes.
Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Course
at Fortrose & Rosemarkie Golf Club
A must-play Scottish links course, this par-71 masterpiece measures in at 5875 yards and boasts fantastic views over the Moray firth, one of the best places in Europe for dolphin spotting.
at Royal Dornoch Golf Club
Ranked in the top 50 UK links course is the stunning Struie Course at Royal Dornoch. The course originally opened as a 12-hole Ladies course in 1899 and opened to the present 18-holes in 1999.
Brora Golf Course
at Brora Golf Club
Measuring in at 6217 yards this classic links course was designed by the five times Open Champion James Braid and is a great example of classic links golf.
Tain Golf Course
at Tain Golf Club
Measuring in at 6404 yards, this 18-hole links course offers a spectacular setting in the Highlands for a challenging, yet enjoyable round of golf.
Castle Stuart Golf Course
at Castle Stuart Golf Links
This 18-hole, 6592 yards, par-72 golf course is the epitome of contemporary links course architecture, with wide fairways, huge undulations and extraordinary greens, all bordered by thin fescue, broom, gorse and heather.