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Inverbrora Farmhouse, Sutherland Ideally located on the A9, just south of Brora this Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast is based only one hour from Inverness and convenient for all the Ferries to the famous historic and archaeologically rich Orkney Isles. A warm welcome awaits you at this unusual but charming example of a Georgian Farmhouse (built in 1822), in a quiet location between the River Brora and the North.

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This luxurious bed and breakfast is at the centre of a working livestock farm run by the accommodation owners, Malcolm and Sally McCall.

The accommodation, Inverbrora Farmhouse itself has been carefully modernised while retaining all original features. It has 1 family room suitable for 2 adults and 2 children with ensuite bathroom, 1 double with shared bathroom and one twin ensuite on the ground floor.

At Brora Bed and Breakfast We have three bedrooms as follows:

Bedroom 1 is a family room with ensuite bathroom, twin beds and can sleep 2 Adults & 2 Children. (Children at reduced rates).
B&B £32 per person - £40 Single occupant.
twin room bed & breakfast

Bedroom 2 is a twin room on the ground floor with ensuite bathroom.
B&B £32 per person - £40 Single Occupant.

Bedroom 3 is a double with shared bathroom.
B&B £28 per person - £35 Single Occupant
All rooms have flat screen TVs and tea and coffee making facilities.
The above rates include a healthy Scottish Breakfast with home produced eggs, home made jam and marmalade etc

This beautiful section of the East Sutherland Coast is a perfect place for touring the North exploring the many attractions, DunrobinCastle is only 2 miles south, Clynelish Distillery is only 1 mile north, sandy beaches ½ a mile and the famous Brora Links Golf Course is just 1 mile across Brora (rated in the UK’s top 100).

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Just South of Brora on the A9 - Inverbrora Farm B&B, Brora, Sutherland, KW9 6NJ, Scotland.
Inverbrora Farmhouse B&B is in an easy location to get to, very central for many trips so an ideal base to spend several days, even a week or two.

Around the area
Golspie Golf Course is 4 miles away and Royal Dornoch Links Golf is 10 miles away. There are many other activities supported in the local area from horse riding and fishing to walking the glens spotting wildlife and birds to the more energetic pastimes including mountain biking and surfing, sharing the seaside with the seals and even the occasional bottlenose dolphin that visits our shores from time to time.

This beautiful section of the East Sutherland Coast is a perfect place for touring the North, from Inverness to Orkney. Explore many other activities in the local area in addition to those mentioned above from horse riding and fishing to walking the glens spotting wildlife and birds to the more energetic pastimes including mountain biking and surfing. We have miles of sandy beaches to walk where you can see seals haul up and even bottlenose dolphins that visit our shores occasionally.

More things to do

This special part of the Highlands has all the expected charm of the wild and untamed country, rich with history, sights to see and, wildlife on land, sea and on the wing! There is Inverbrora Farm Cattle seen from Guest Housealso much to do, ranging from gentle walks along the miles of sandy beach to extreme sports, from mountain biking to surfing our impressive waves.
The Farm

Other Wildlife
Around the farm, the beautiful countryside and seaside features every imaginable habitat. This leads to a wealth of animals that you can see as nature intended, from the deer in the glens to a wide variety of birds and even sea mammals such as our seals and the occassional visit from a bottlenose dolphin that makes it up from the Moray Firth. Check out the wildlife section on the local visitor website in the Information pages [Go to Website].
Church Built on Orkney Isles by Italian Prisoners of War in Second World War

Many of our visitors take a day trip (or longer) to the Orkney Isles, just 60 miles up the main A9 road. Orkney is actually an archipelago of 70 islands, around 20 of which are inhabited right now. Orkney has a fascinating story, with 5,000 years of culture, there is history around every corner. Wherever you are, you can literally touch the past as you run your hand across rock hewn thousands of years ago [Go To Website].

Dunrobin Castle
A visit to Brora must include the Castle, just 2 miles south down the A9 from the farm. The historic seat of the Earls and Dukes of Sutherland hosts many activities including an impressive Falconry display.

One of the town's attractions that is well worth visiting is the Clynelish Distillery that can be found a little west of the A9 as it heads north out of the village. For the tourist season it is open Mon - Fri: 10am - 5pm. Clynelish Tel: +44 (0) 1408 623000 [Go To Website].

Brora is the ideal base for a golfing break. Brora Golf Course was designed by James Braid, where little has changed since he left in 1923, it is still challenging to all standards but is it is relatively easy for a visitor to get a tee-off time and the club atmosphere is relaxed in this highly rated course. Brora Golf Course Tel: 01408 621417 [Brora Golf website]. We are also only 20 minutes drive from Royal Dornoch [Go To Website].

Horse Riding
There are stables only a few hundred yards down the A9 from the entrance to Inverbrora Farm. Highlands Unbridled, run by Graham & Jan O’Neill at Keepers Cottage on 01408 622789 [Go To WebsIte].

Brora is a lovely sea side village with a fascinating history from pre-history through crofting to the very beginning of the industrial era. Nowadays it is an ideal base for tourism, just big enough to have all the facilities you may need with 2 petrol stations with garage services, Co-op and Spar supermarkets, a library, restaurants, bars, and shops for the tourist and general supplies

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