Dornoch Cathedral is a 13th century church that serves many in the village and area. Having burned down in 1570 it was over-repaired, losing many original features, although some of these have since been restored. It is possibly one of the smallest cathedrals in the UK, but it makes for an interesting visit all the same.
Loch Fleet and the surrounding region offer a wide selection of interesting walks, including coastal stretches where you can see wading birds feeding, expansive woodland where the pine trees create a wonderful fresh scent, and sand dunes that are home to large patches of beautiful wild flowers.
Dunrobin Castle is the most northerly of Scotland's great houses. It is the largest house in the highlands, with 189 rooms and is one of Britains oldest continuously inhabited houses, dating in part from the early 1300s
The museum is dedicated to the history of Dornoch parish. The permanent exhibition shows the Cathedral, feuding clans, the shameful burning of Scotland's last condemned witch and the treachery and violence of Picts and Vikings.
Glen Grant Distillery and Garden
From the moment it was first created in 1840, the clean distinctive taste and pale gold colour of Glen Grant have set it apart from other single malt Scotch whiskies. This makes a visit to Glen Grant such a special experience.