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The Town of Brora

Charmingly placed on the Scottish Highlands’ East Coast, the quaint country village of Brora provides a perfect basecamp for exploring Caithness & Sutherland. There are plenty activities and attractions to become immersed in the region’s culture or enjoy the vibrant coastline,  glens and mountainous walking trails. Our luxury glamping pods at Brora neighbour the local distillery Clynelish (famed as one of the iconic Four Corners of Johnnie Walker distilleries) and the illustrious Brora Golf Course known for its breath-taking views over the North East Coast.

Glamping at Brora
Brora Glamping

Dunrobin Castle

Just South of Brora lies the most northerly of Scotland’s ‘great houses’, Dunrobin Castle. Perched majestically on an outlay of formal gardens, Dunrobin Castle dates back to the 1300’s and is widely noted for its remarkable French Chateau inspired architecture of conical spires. Its grand scale of 189 rooms marks it the largest private estate home in the Highlands. The estate is open for public visits through the castle’s regal interior as well as in and around the colourful stately gardens. Daily falconry shows take place featuring aerobatic displays of peregrine falcons, golden eagles and exotic European eagle owls. The Dunrobin Castle Museum is open to public for those interested in a detailed timeline of the grounds’ royal history.

Clynelish Distillery

Following a multimillion-pound redevelopment, the iconic Clynelish Distillery  recently re-opened its doors to the public. The brand-new visitor centre provides a ‘multi-sensory experience’ with tours that uncover the colourful history of the distillery. Expect a detailed overview of the distilling processes involved in crafting the perfect local tipple. Clynelish is one of the Four Corners of Johnnie Walker distilleries renowned in the world of Scottish Malt Whisky. Our conveniently located glamping site allows you to sample the wares without any arguments on who is to be the designated driver!

 

Clynelish Distillery
autumnal river with small falls

Falls of Shin

An experience both amusing and entertaining, the Falls of Shin provides one of the best places in Scotland to observe Atlantic salmon leaping. The powerful and mighty flow of the falls put salmon to the test as they continue their journey from the Dornoch Firth to the River Shin. Surrounded by woodland, walks perfect for all ability levels provide the opportunity to spot local wildlife. This attraction is complete with a restaurant, gift shop, mini golf, and a play park for the children.

Timespan Heritage and Arts Centre

Embark on a journey through the history of the local area and Sutherland. Understand their ways of life using the virtual reality room and travel back in time to the nearby town of Caen, exactly how it was 200 years ago thanks to information gathered through excavations. An educating experience for all the family, discover the area’s Viking roots and local tales rich in character.

Beach Pebbles

Brora Beach & Golf Course

A secluded little oceanfront with sloping shores and golden sands, Brora Beach is a favoured spot for wildlife watching with regular sightings of dolphins, seals and minke whales. Spanning the coastline is a magnificent 18-hole seaside links golf course. As challenging as it is scenic, the course was revamped by acclaimed golf course designer and 5-time Open champion: James Braid, known for the design of the world-famous Gleneagles golf course. The course’s awe-inspiring views over the North Sea coupled with its unique layout marks it one of Scotland’s most prolific rural courses.

 

Loch Shin & Brora River

For a relaxing day out, Loch Shin offers a moving experience of calm waters hidden amidst beautiful hillscapes that show Scottish Highlands scenery in all its glory. Brora river streams from the loch and is popular amongst local and travelling fishermen. Feel free to enquire with us for advice on getting a rod out in the local waters.

Glamping near Brora River