CLYNELISH FARM B&B
AN HISTORIC WORKING HIGHLAND FARM
OFFERING YOU A WARM WELCOME, COMFORTABLE ROOM & DELICIOUS BREAKFAST
STAY WITH US
B&B OPEN FROM 3 APR 2023
SELF CATERING OPEN YEAR ROUND
It was great to get back in to the swing of things in 2022 - once again welcoming visitors from near and far.
The 2023 diary is now open for April-Sept.
Our heritage listed farmhouse has all the grandeur and intrigue of a stately residence, but the welcome and atmosphere of a relaxed home.
We also offer self catering in 'The Old Servants Quarters' wing of the house.
Conveniently located on the North Coast 500 (NC500) half way between Inverness and John O'Groats, it's a short walk to the picturesque and well serviced village of Brora.
We are right next to the recently refurbished Clynelish & Brora Distilleries and less than ten minutes drive from Dunrobin Castle.
The house sits in the middle of our sheep and cattle farm and we are delighted to share this peaceful part of the world with you.
We hope to make your visit to the Highlands memorable for all the right reasons.
For availability or to make a booking please Contact Us
THE PERFECT PLACE TO RELAX, REST AND REFUEL
A WARM WELCOME
We pride ourselves on making sure our guests feel welcome and relaxed in our home
Lots of fresh air, space and room to stretch your legs. Soak up the tranquility of our rural setting
Top quality and locally sourced ingredients. Something for everyone from Healthy Eggs to the Full Scottish
Relax in front of the fire, enjoying the sea views and a complimentary local Whisky or Gin
What They’re Saying
"We have been staying in UK B&B's for over 35 years and this is one of the BEST! Lovely reception room, comfortable bed, excellent fresh Scottish breakfast!"
FLOYD - TRIP ADVISOR
"What a fantastic night we spent at Clynelish Farmhouse. Victoria was a great hostess with nothing too much trouble. Super comfy beds. Breakfast was amazing too!"
CAROLE - AIRBNB
"Our room was large with a bed to match with good quality bedding and a great view. The lounge with open fire, honesty bar and sprawling sofas was a great place to read and meet other guests"