INVERBRORA FARM B&B BRORA

Built in 1821. Perfect for exploring the Scottish Highlands and the NC500.

Welcome to our farm and Brora B&B!

We are Sarah and Gavin, owners of this lovely working livestock farm in the Scottish Highlands.

At the heart of Inverbrora sits a beautiful Grade ‘B’ listed Georgian farmhouse designed by George Alexander. Built in 1821 from local Clynelish granite, the house now offers four gorgeous rooms for bed and breakfast.

1821 Crest above Inverbrora B&B Farm Door

The 1821 crest above the front door bears the joint Stafford/Sutherland Coat of Arms

Inverbrora enjoys truly stunning, tranquil and unspoilt surroundings. On our doorstep are magnificent, truly unspoilt beaches featuring regular appearances from seals, otters, oyster catchers, bottlenose dolphins and the occasional minke whale!

We’re also perfectly situated next to the A9 for access to the famous North Coast 500 (NC500).

Based just one mile south of Brora, our charming B&B serves as a convenient stop for visitors en route to or from ferries to the historic and beautiful Orkney Isles. Inverness airport offers easy access to global air routes, just over an hour away.

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Amidst all this accessibility, Inverbrora enjoys an unexpectedly and particularly peaceful spot between the River Brora and the North Sea.

Brora B&B rooms

Inverbrora has four B&B rooms named after iconic locations on the NC500. Fleet and Hope offer family and twin en suite accommodation, while Smoo and Shin are double and twin rooms sharing a private shower room.

More details here…

NC500 & Local Area

Inverbrora Farm is conveniently located on the North Coast 500 route. It’s an ideal stopover for those on their way to Orkney ferries – just over an hour’s drive away.

Some NC500 ideas here

Ready to book?

Get in touch

You can now check B&B availability on our website and book online!

You can also email us on info@inverbrora.com, call 01408 622411 or 07545 614004, or use the B&B booking request form to the right.

B&B and farm owners Sarah and Gavin with the cows and Max the dog

Sarah, Max and Gavin with the cows!

B&B Booking Requests/Enquiries

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