Clashmore Wood is situated 800 metres past Carnegie Hall (the position on the map is Carnegie Hall-please refer to the directions page)
We are five minutes' drive from the world famous Royal Dornoch golf course and Dornoch's award winning beaches.
Skibbo Castle is two minutes by car, the world famous Glenmorangie distillery is only seven minutes and historic Dunrobin Castle is fifteen minutes.
We are only one mile from the A9 and NC500
Clashmore Wood is a recently opened dog friendly B&B situated just off the A9 and two miles from historic Royal Dornoch and its world famous links golf course.
We have just one bedroom, so you will be our only guests with exclusive use.
The room has a king sized bed, a newly refurbished bathroom with a very spacious walk-in rain shower and your own small lounge with Internet smart TV and Fridge.
Please feel free to bring your dog (£15 extra per booking) to meet our super-friendly Golden Retriever 'George'.
Julie has ten years experience cooking extensive breakfasts for guests We will always accommodate any dietary requirements you might have, please advise before arrival. We will add to the menu options as we move into the season.
Royal Dornoch Beaches
Dornoch's beaches are a wonderful place to take a leisurely stroll or to walk the dog.
Adjacent to the world famous Royal Dornoch golf course they make for a fabulous day out.
If you're feeling extra brave you could also take a dip in the north sea. It's cold but refreshing, especially during the summer months.
Royal Dornoch and Golf
While Royal Dornoch golf course is the jewel in the golf crown of north Scotland, Tom Watson said it was the most fun he ever had on a golf course, there are any number of courses for all abilities within 40 minutes drive of us.
Take a short drive up to Brora and play a links course that is as challenging as any but won't challenge your budget.
We can advise you on any number of places to play, which makes Dornoch an ideal destination for the golf enthusiast.
For an historic day out why not visit Dunrobin Castle.
Just 25 minutes drive North this 189 room house, the most northerly of Scotland's great houses is a must visit for those of a historical bent.
Resembling more a great french chateaux than a traditional Scottish castle, it is nonetheless a building full of architectural wonder and historical interest.
Open from April 1st every year there also falconary and other activities available.