The Bank House was built in 1893 for John Lesley, who was the County Clerk of Sutherland,
for himself and family. He was also the first captain of Royal Dornoch Golf Club
in 1899. It is now a grade B listed building.
He incorporated a bank and an office for himself in the area now occupied by the
current owners, Paul and Irene Hart.
Paul and Irene owned and managed the Eagle Hotel before focusing exclusively on the
Bank House. There are many restaurants, cafes and bars within a short stroll starting
with the Eagle across the road and ending with the Royal Dornoch Golf Club itself
with some fine menus overseen by Executive Chef Michael Carr.
Classic and Stylish Accommodation
for Dornoch Bed and Breakfast
This 1893 built town house was modernised in 2000 to provide high grade accommodation
in Dornoch and now offers affordable B&B in the town centre.
Staying at the Bank House costs from £50 to £100 per night per room and the rates
quoted include bed and breakfast for the occupants. Breakfast is taken in our bright
dining room (above right). Most rooms have superking double bed or two single bed
format and have comfortable rocking chairs and four rooms have Jacuzzi or whirlpool
Private parking for three cars is available in the garden grounds, which include
a patio area with a water feature. Residents may use the garden table and chairs
here to enjoy the surroundings. Free wireless internet access is available throughout