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Royal Marine Hotel in the Highlands of Scotland is set against a backdrop of coastal scenery with Sutherland beaches right on the doorstep and has easy access to some of Scotland’s finest golf... The location was perfect and we loved the hotel. We explored other nearby towns but we were very happy that we chose to stay at the Royal Marine Hotel for three nights as a home base. Our stay was very relaxing and fun. All staff members made us feel welcome and they were eager to help with directions and tips. The golf course was so close that we walked to it. Breakfasts were included in our stay and they were delicious. There was a cold buffet of cereals, juice and fruit plus a selection of hot items chosen from the menu. We also ate dinner there one evening and it was excellent as well. Thanks to everyone for making our stay so special!
Burnside cabin is located in 0.6 mi away from the fishing village of Brora and offers a garden and sea views. The accommodations is 4.3 mi from Dunrobin Castle. Loved the quiet rural location with the sea view and deer in the field in front of the cabin. The cabin had everything we needed for self catering and weather permitting the ability to sit outside and just soak in the peaceful surroundings. We only met our hosts briefly but they were very welcoming. Close to the town of Brora for shopping or if we wanted to eat out. Lovely!
Located in Brora, within 11 miles of Dunrobin Castle, No. 2 The Links offers garden views. This beachfront property has a patio. Spent three nights at no2 the links and wished I could have stayed longer. Clean , well furnished, garden view and beach view. Though in November weather not the best will def go back in the summer months. Waking up to the sound of the ocean watching the dolphins and seals dancing in the sea was the best.
Burnside Shepherd Hut ( En Suite) is located in Brora, 6.2 mi from Dunrobin Castle, in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. We really enjoyed our hosts' interests and kind attentiveness. Regarding the accommodation the attention to detail and the tasteful interior made it the perfect place to just relax and take in the beautiful surroundings.
Located in Brora in the Highlands region, Burnside Cottage has a terrace and river views. Set 6.2 mi from Dunrobin Castle, the property offers a garden and free private parking. We had an excellent stay in a comfortable cottage, wonderful surroundings and very friendly and hospitable hosts. The nearby beach is exceptionally quiet and the landscape is stunning. Would definitely go back again.
Set in Brora, this holiday home features free WiFi. The unit is 4.3 mi from Dunrobin Castle. Free private parking is available on site. A flat-screen TV is offered. Loved this place. A home away from home fantastic beds and bed linen and wonderfully warm. Would love to return.
Located 4 miles from Dunrobin Castle, North Coast 500 Pods - Brora provides accommodations in Brora. Complimentary WiFi is featured. The property has a sauna. Outstanding new, super modern, functional and clean pods with WiFi and Netflix. Welcome pack, super helpful info in the pod, great customer service.
The town itself is very small but if you like golf, Brora Golf Course is a must to golf at! The Dunrobin Castle is nearby and is also worth visiting. Brora was our base town for exploring the highlands and our Scottish roots. We were very happy with our choice and our stay at the Royal Marine Hotel! One night we ate dinner at The Sutherland Inn. The food was delicious and we could walk to it from our hotel.
I enjoyed shopping at the Coop and the bakery, with delicious pies and cakes. There are a few places where you can eat, but I preferred to cook and relax in the house. It‘s very easy to get around Brora, because it is a very nice and small village. You can visit Dunrobin Castle which looks very impressive when you go by car from Brora towards it, this sight is a must.
Lovely little harbour, beautiful long sandy beach. Wonderful scenery with fishing available on Loch Brora. Also good for kayaking on the Loch and/or the sea. Not many shops, but can get most things locally. Great quirky retro stuff at Pandora's Emporium.
Fantastic spot for touring from . Shop for food supplies five mins away and good restaurants local . Seal colony here which is fun to watch . Loch is beautiful and pebbles on beach great variety as is the bird life . Exhilarating walking drawing and photography base with such warm friendly locals . Tranquil.
Brora is a stunning destination. Fantastic beach, wonderful golf course, friendly people and nature all around. Fabulous walks all around, including Loch Brora, an utter gem which too many people miss out on.
Excellent golf- fine links course to challenge the wary and the unwary. Fishing facilities excellent, as are the opportunities to cycle and walk in the countryside,. The area is steeped in history, but it needs investigation and cherishing. There is a rather lovely Catholic Church (Christ the King) which is attractively situated on an elevated cliff-top above the harbour. The old fishing cottages are below, by the harbour. An ideal place for young families, with dogs that need exercising, and for folk that enjoy bracing holidays.