Sutherland is a vast county but very sparsely populated. The following is a short overview of Mid and East Sutherland and in particular the village of Brora and surrounding area. All the places mentioned are very easily accessible from our cottages and log cabins.
East Sutherland divides simply into 2 different landscapes - coast and glen and is defined to the south by the long bite of the Dornoch Firth and the Kyle of Sutherland. The Firth is bridged for road traffic just south of Dornoch. This little town with its attractive honey-coloured stonework is noted for the restored Dornoch Cathedral, originally founded in the 13th century. The story of the town is told in the History links Museum - from viking raids to Madonna's wedding! It is also strongly associated with golf (and is sometimes even called the "St Andrews" of the north).
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