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Inverbrora Farmhouse Accommodation

Steeped in history, Inverbrora Farmhouse was built in 1821 as part of the infamous Highland Clearances – (the original inhabitants ‘cleared’ to make way for the larger farm).

The present owners Malcolm and Sally McCall acquired the house from the Sutherland family in 2000; the house has never actually been sold on the open market but has now been carefully modernised while still retaining the original character.  The 4 Star B&B has been run by successfully and enthusiastically the McCall farming family for over 10 years.

Inverbrora’s accommodation now provides a wonderfully comfortable house for holiday B&B set in about 3 acres of grounds in the middle of the farm complete with old mill pond. Brora village centre with a number of good restaurants and hotels is 10 minutes walk away.

The outstandingly beautiful Dunrobin Castle is only 2 miles away – and there are 9 excellent golf courses within ½ hours drive (57 in all Highlands).  An ideal base for a perfect holiday.


Inverbrora, Brora, Dornoch, Sutherland and the Coast

This very special part of the Scottish Highlands is a paradise for golfers, fishers, walkers, whisky lovers, castle and ancient monument tours.  It is an  ideal spot for discovering and exploring the beautiful North Highlands – where your hosts can help you plan trips, provide packed lunches and advise on the best way to spend those valuable holidays.

See the Local area page for suggestions across the area.  from Inverbrora B&B you are less than an hour away from the North Coast and day trips to the rugged West Coast are also easy.  So why not stay a few days and use this bed and breakfast as your Highland base.

The Gallery page shows images around the area and inside and around accommodation including some great photos of the fields and Inverbrora farm’s grazing cows.

Go to Links to click on for information about the local attractions there is also a special section for you golfers called golf links with links to all the main local courses from Royal Dornoch (now in World top 10) to the Local James Braid Links course in Brora plus a couple of the other prestigeous courses that are close by, namely Castle Stewart and Nairn.

For more tourist information visit the Brora Visitor Information Pages

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Inverbrora Farmhouse, Sutherland

Ideally located on the A9, to the south of Brora village centre, this lovely Bed and Breakfast is based only an hour or so from Inverness and is convenient for the Ferries to the famous historic and archaeologically rich Orkney Isles.

A warm welcome awaits you at this  charming example of a Georgian Farmhouse between Brora and Golspie in a peaceful location straddling the River Brora and the North Sea.


This is a also working farm, so if you stay with us you will be surrounded by 240 acres of well tended farmland which is home to the prize winning herd of pedigree Luing cattle and North Country Cheviot sheep  (Highland Show Champion 2013 - photo above bottom right).


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