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Brora is full of surprises. Though now defunct, its coal mine dates from 1529, and so important did the fuel become that in 1601 King James VI of Scotland granted the village a charter as a 'free burgh of Barony'. A salt works was also established in the 17th century but eventually it failed. The Brora brickworks opened in 1818, when the Duke of Suther­land decided he needed bricks to supply his building programme. But it closed down after only a decade of activity. In 1901 a mill for spinning wool was established by a local entrepreneur, you can find the Clynelish Distillery, producing a fine full and mellow single malt whisky with a fruity tang.


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Brora is a holiday destination with a picturesque harbour that lies within the bar of the river Brora, and pleasant sandy beaches near by. Brora offers the visitor some lovely holiday rental accommodation in a multitude off building types.

If you intend visiting Brora there is plenty to do whether it is an active holiday you are looking for a place to chill out and enjoy the surrounding scenery you can make the most of the beach to relax and bathe or be more active swimming, canoeing and much more.

The North Coast 500 passes through this quaint community that can be found located between Dornoch and Wick in Caithness and Sutherland in the Highlands of Scotland. You'll find a train station and a bus stop right here, both of which make it simple to go to Thurso to the north and Inverness to the south. Both the Clynelish Distillery and a lovely local beach may be found in Brora.

The settlement is located on the east coast of Sutherland, and the A9 passes through the middle of it. Within the village, you will find a number of eateries, as well as a supermarket, a pharmacy, and a health centre.

Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, is approximately an hour's drive to the north of Brora. In Inverness, you will find a comprehensive range of facilities, including the Eastgate Shopping Centre and a selection of bars, restaurants, high-street shops, a post office, pharmacies, and both bus and train stations. Brora is located to the north of Inverness. Inverness Airport is located at Dalcross, which is around 13 kilometres (or 8 miles) to the east of Inverness. First Scot Rail Service runs trains between Brora and Inverness on a weekly basis. There is a train station in Tain with mainline services that run daily from Inverness to the South to London. The train ride between Brora and Inverness takes around two hours by train.

Lower Brora and the coastline looking across to the Moray Coast can be found to the south of the village. The village's location makes it a great place to start many outdoor activities, and the area around it is known for its beautiful coastline, dry weather, and high quality of life.
The community contains a primary school, stores, and more local amenities are available in Golspie, including the secondary school. Golspie is located approximately 6 miles to the south, and the village is served by both train and bus transportation links.

A good links golf course and sandy beaches with Jurassic cliffs and a sloping sea front can be found here. Additionally, this location is an ideal location for viewing animals, particularly dolphins, minke whales, and grey and common seals that are found in the waters off the shore. The region is home to a huge number of beaches with golden sand, in addition to a vast number of other tourist destinations, such as the Brora Golf Course. The course was established in 1891 and spans over 194 acres of land. Players may enjoy a combination of grass and sand while playing on the course. Along with the golf courses in Dornoch, Brora, and Tain, the course draws hundreds of golfers from all over the world. 
Luxury cashmere is produced at Brora, and the company has retail locations in Sloane Square and Covent Garden in London, as well as in Edinburgh, Cambridge, Bath, Harrogate, Oxford, and New York. There are golf courses in the neighbourhood, and if you're interested in visiting, this region has a plethora of lochs and rivers that offer great salmon and trout fishing, in addition to shooting on the estates. When it comes to tourist destinations, there are a great number of interesting spots to visit. The region is home to a huge number of beaches with golden sand, as well as a great number of other tourist destinations. A day trip to Orkney is convenient to do, as are visits to a number of archaeologically significant sites in the area.

Staying In And Around Brora

Staying in and around Brora, Scotland, offers a serene experience with access to both natural beauty and historical sites. Here are some accommodation options and activities:


  1. Brora Hotels and Inns: There are several hotels and inns in Brora offering comfortable stays with views of the surrounding landscapes. Look for options that cater to your preferences, whether you prefer a cozy inn or a larger hotel.

  2. Holiday Cottages: Consider renting a holiday cottage for a more private and independent stay. These cottages often provide a homely atmosphere and are great for families or groups.

  3. Guesthouses and B&Bs: Brora and its nearby areas have charming guesthouses and bed-and-breakfast accommodations, offering a personal touch and often situated in picturesque settings.

Attractions and Activities:

  1. Clynelish Distillery: Start with a visit to the Clynelish Distillery, where you can take tours, learn about whisky production, and indulge in tastings.

  2. Brora Beach: Enjoy the beautiful Brora Beach for walks, picnics, or simply taking in the scenic views. It's a peaceful spot with sandy shores.

  3. Dunrobin Castle: Explore the stunning Dunrobin Castle, known for its beautiful gardens, falconry displays, and historical significance. It's a short distance from Brora.

  4. Golfing: Brora has its own golf course, Brora Golf Club, which offers a picturesque setting for golf enthusiasts.

  5. Nature Walks and Hikes: Explore the nearby countryside with walks along coastal paths or hikes in the surrounding hills. The landscape around Brora is stunning and perfect for nature lovers.

  6. Local Dining: Enjoy local cuisine at restaurants and pubs in Brora. Some places offer traditional Scottish dishes and fresh seafood.

  7. Wildlife Spotting: Depending on the season, you might have the chance to spot wildlife in the area, such as seals along the coast or various bird species.

Staying in Brora provides a peaceful retreat with access to both coastal beauty and historical landmarks. Whether you're interested in outdoor activities, exploring history, or simply relaxing, Brora and its surroundings offer a range of experiences to enjoy.

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I recently visited this stunningly beautiful location in Scotland and wanted to share my unique perspective of the experience. From its idyllic seaside scenery and captivating heritage sites to a wide range of recreational activities on offer, it certainly didn't disappoint! With friendly locals who make you feel right at home during your visit, Brora is a place that absolutely needs to be explored if you're looking for a memorable holiday destination.
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