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Sutherland Arms Hotel, Dornoch
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Sutherland Arms Hotel, Dornoch

View of Sutherland Arms Hotel, Monte Carlo Rally, 1938.
Picture added on 24 April 2008
Comments:
A pity about the 1941 fire - but the buildings that replaced it in recent years, despite protests from some incomers, fit in pretty well, don't they?
Added by Willie Morrison on 06 December 2013
Good to see this photo of the Sutherland Arms Hotel where my paternal grandfather, John (Jock) Mackenzie was chauffeur. Sadly he was fatally injured in 1939, aged 45, when the jack on the hotel car slipped when he was working underneath it.

Many thanks for your comment - Administrator
Added by Vivianne Reid (née Mackenzie) on 18 April 2015
Have just caught up with this website... couldn't agree more, Willie, re the replacement buildings in the Dornoch square. I had been concerned but I think that it Is definitely an improvement
Added by Maggie Smith (nee Margaret Clunie) on 06 September 2017
Replacement buildings fit in really well.Jock Mackenzie's wife,Jeannie,was my mother's first cousin.I remember being to her house in Bishopfield in 1947.
Added by Kathleen Mackay on 03 October 2017
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