Welcome to Albatross Bed & Breakfast. Our distinctive detached property – an elegant 19th century traditional Scottish town cottage, is situated in the heart of Dornoch: we are very close to the town’s many varied amenities and ‘just down the road’ from one of the world’s great golf destinations. It is sometimes claimed that the town and golf links conspire with one another to cast a magical spell over all who visit Dornoch ... This may be true, but our mission is to ensure that you experience a very relaxing night’s sleep, followed by a memorable breakfast to set you up for the day ahead.
Each of our guest bedrooms can be configured as a Twin Room or Superking Double. Just let us know at the time of booking which you require. Both rooms have full En-Suite facilities including shower, basin, toilet and towel radiator.
Our two guest rooms – which can be ‘doubles’ or ‘twins’, feature good size beds with soft cotton pillows and fine linen sheets, and they both have ensuite bathrooms. We like to describe our house as being characterful and distinctive, and our accommodation as welcoming and comfortable ... Hopefully these aspects will also conspire to provide you with a marvellous as well as a magical stay in Dornoch. Thank you for considering us.
Albatross Bed & Breakfast is situated on the corner of Sutherland Road and Castle Street – practically in the middle of Dornoch. To be more precise, we are 29 seconds from the atmospheric Eagle pub in one direction and 34 seconds from splendid Luigi’s Restaurant in another. (Apparently the celebrated Whisky Bar in the Castle Hotel is only 28 seconds away ‘going out’, yet can seem more like 43 seconds distant when you ‘turn for home’). ... Most importantly, the 1st tee at Royal Dornoch is a mere 5 minute brisk walk from our doorstep.
So Albatross Bed & Breakfast is conveniently located in the centre of a charming cathedral town and we are situated very close to a world famous golf course. We are also surrounded by some of the finest and most spectacular scenery on the planet ... To quote a golf writer friend of ours:
“Haunted castles, mist-covered mountains and bottomless lochs; bagpipes, whisky and haggis: I doubt whether there is a more romantic place in the world than the Highlands of Scotland. Moreover, I doubt if there is a place quite so shatteringly beautiful.”