To Help Make Your Stay Go Smoothly

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Check In from 4:30 - 8:30 pm*
Check Out by 11am
Free Wi-fi
Guest Lounge
Breakfast Included
Plenty of secure parking spaces
Bicycle storage in front porch
Garden furniture & BBQ available
No kitchen access
*Unless by prior arrangement

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Children are very welcome at Clynelish Farm, we just ask parents to ensure noise levels are kept under control so as not to disturb other guests. 

Travel cot, bed linen and high chair available. 

We also have a number of cards, games and books that families will enjoy. 

Unfortunately dogs are not allowed inside the house as we are conscious not all people are comfortable with this.

However, they are welcome to sleep in cars and exercise in the garden and woods. 

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We are 1 mile from Brora - an easy 20 minute walk to pubs & restaurants. 

There is also a local Taxi service. 

Frasers - +44(0)1408 622010 or +44(0)7944672406

Trains & buses go through Brora several times a day between Inverness and Thurso.

For other travel information visit



Small Village. Excellent Options.

For a small coastal village, you will find plenty of dining options in Brora.

- Sids Spice was named Scotland's no. 2 Curry house in 2019 and it continues to serve excellent cuisine. 

-The Sutherland Inn is our local pub and it serves good, reliable pub grub - their burgers are hard to go past and there is always a tasty special available.  A local real ale is always on tap and they have a good selection of whiskies & gins.

- The Royal Marine Hotel offers more formal dining in a beautiful traditional interior. They are renowned for using good ingredients and have a range of menus to suit to different tastes. 

- Cocoa Skye Cafe is perfect for an afternoon coffee and cake or a luxury hot waffle. They also have a light lunch menu with some great salads. 

Away from Brora, both Helmsdale and Golspie have excellent fish & chip restaurants.

Further afield there are a number of excellent local restuarant's. We love our food and have eaten in most places, so please let us know if you need a recommendation.



We hope you enjoy your visit to Clynelish Farm and the beautiful surrounding areas. Please see below information to help you plan your journey. 


Beach. Mountains. River.

The small village of Brora has a lot to offer.

A mile of golden beach stretches north from the village next to the famous Brora golf course. 

Seals can often be spotted on the southern beach, whilst dolphins & porpoises are know to leap about the harbour. 

Heading inland you will find Strath Brora & Loch Brora a peaceful and picturesque drive, with deer often grazing the hillsides. 

Brora River is known for its trout and salmon fishing. A sign posted walking path makes for a beautiful walk from beach to loch. 

We're happy to reveal some of our favourite places that don't always make it into the guidebooks!


Make Highland Time

The North Coast 500 is a 500(ish) mile road route that has been likened to Scotland's 'Route 66'. 

This route comes past our front door and we make a great stop between John O'Groats & Inverness. 

Popular with cyclists, bikers and driving enthusiasts it takes in the coastal road from Inverness, up to the North of Sutherland & Caithness and back down to Ross-Shire. 

In 2020 we are encouraging people to "Make Highland Time". Enjoy the route at a slower pace and take a bit longer to see all the wonderful things our area has to offer.


Castle. Distillery. Much More.

At the bottom of our garden is Clynelish Distillery! Sadly we don't own it, but it's a great chance to enjoy a dram and walk the 100 mtrs back to the your nights accommodation. 

Just 5 minutes drive away is the fairytale Dunrobin Castle. Seat of the Sutherland clan and one of the regions top attractions, with a falconry display twice daily. 

Our other favourite haunts include Whalligoe Steps, Timespan in Helmsdale, Berriedale Harbour, Shin Falls, Loch Brora and Loch Fleet. 


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