OPEN APRIL - OCTOBER - Groups at other times considered
Built for Sutherland Estates (owners of Dunrobin Castle) in 1865, this listed farmhouse has all the grandeur and intrigue of a stately residence, but the welcome and atmosphere of a relaxed home.
Situated overlooking the East Sutherland village of Brora, half way between Inverness and John O’Groats, Clynelish Farm is a great place for a stop-over or to base yourself while you explore the magnificent and historic Sutherland landscape.
There is plenty to see and do locally and many day excursions further afield. Your hosts will be more than happy to point you in the right direction and reveal some of the hidden gems that rarely make it into the guide books. Most popular attractions include Dunrobin Castle, Clynelish Distillery and Loch Fleet Nature Reserve.
Spend the evening relaxing in the living room with a dram, or dine in one of the local restaurants.
If you are lucky enough to be here during some nice weather there is a BBQ available for guest use.
Free guest wi-fi available, along with a welcome hamper of cafetiere coffee, fairtrade shortbread and a range of organic Clipper teas.
Cyclists will find the inside bike storage and hearty breakfast a welcome bonus. Whether it’s your first or last day in the saddle, we’ll get you back on the road ready for your next leg.
This is a working farm, running 600 ewes and 80 cows. We are more than happy to answer any questions you have about this side of our business.
See our Things To See & Do page for more local information!
Clynelish Farm B&B is the perfect place to stay on your visit to the Highlands.
Right on the NC500 (North Coast 500) route and an easy days drive from Inverness.
At our Brora B&B accommodation you’ll find a warm welcome, comfortable room and delicious breakfast. We hope to make your stay a memorable one for all the right reasons.
12 Reasons to stay at Clynelish Farm on your Highland travels
• On the NC500 (North Coast 500) driving route
• Easy walk to the village of Brora
• Half way between Inverness and John O’Groats
• 100 metres from Clynelish Distillery
• 5 miles from Dunrobin Castle
• Plenty of parking space
• Indoor bike storage
• Large sitting room to relax in front of the fire and enjoy a dram
• Sweeping views across farmland and down to the ocean
• Large garden for relaxing in the afternoon sun
• A working farm surrounded by pasture and animals
• Welcoming and helpful hosts
• A top notch breakfast with lots of options