Top 7 Things to do in Brora, United Kingdom (UK)

August 28, 2017 Natalie Tallman

Brora in United Kingdom (UK), from Europe region, is best know for Beaches. Discover best things to do in Brora with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Brora

1. Brora Beach

19 Golf Road, Brora KW9 6QS, Scotland
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5 based on 99 reviews

Brora Beach

Reviewed By Miriam M - Rotherham, England, United Kingdom

On holiday at the nearby caravan park. Walked across the golf course to access the beach. Stunning views. Sandy beach with shells. Dogs allowed and poop bins available. It had been very stormy before we arrived so washed up seaweed on the beach. (As seen in photo). Very quiet. Very windy. Further along the beach I understand seals can be seen but we didn't see any. As we went off season I don't know how busy it could get.

2. Clynelish Distillery

On the A9, Brora KW9 6LR, Scotland
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4.5 based on 177 reviews

Clynelish Distillery

Clynelish Distillery is located on the A9 at the popular coastal holiday town of Brora, Sutherland, around one hour north of Inverness. With beautiful views of the North Sea and the hills to the north - where the Clynemilton burn runs over seams of gold in the rock. With this water, Clynelish distillery produces a fruity, waxy, slightly smoky single malt.

Reviewed By Ewan A - Penicuik, United Kingdom

My wife and I had a thoroughly brilliant tour around Clynelish Distillery. In spite of this being a fully computerised setup, we had a tremendous experience with full access to the background operations. Our tour guide (Ciara) was very knowledgeable and also gave us a lovely look around the currently closed but soon to be re-opened Brora Distillery. For a Diageo facility, this was an excellent tour with real insight and local history aplenty.

3. Brora Golf Course

Brora, Scotland +44 1408 621417
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4.5 based on 81 reviews

Brora Golf Course

A historic golf course located on hilly terrain.

Reviewed By christinebarker28 - Leeds, United Kingdom

A long way to drive but we'll worth the journey. A fantastic course with amazing scenery. No two holes the same and all the 4 par 3's point to the 4 points of the compass. If you plan your trip right you can see oyster catchers or arctic turns nesting. Beware the turns a very protective of their space. The greens are true and fast and the few cows and sheep are kept off the greens with electric fence. The club house views are stunning and the food is excellent.

4. Brora Heritage Centre

Coalpit Road | Fascally, Brora KW9 6LE, Scotland +44 1408 622024
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5 based on 32 reviews

Brora Heritage Centre

Come and see our small museum, set beautifully overlooking the River Brora and the Moray Firth. Go down our Coal Mine reconstruction. Taste real Brora salt. Discover our Electric City. Roam with Dinosaurs. Children's activity area. Fresh Coffee/Tea and snacks.

Reviewed By Mountains999 - Belfast, United Kingdom

I used to come to Brora as a child visiting my granny. I came again recently when my sister in law and late brother purchased a house in the village. They kept going on about Brora Heritage so I thought I better visit. I'm so...MoreThanks for your kind review Mountains999. We are so glad you enjoyed your visit. Your late brother was a keen supporter of our wonderful heritage here in Brora and it is so sad that Iain couldn't fulfill his dream of living in the village.

5. Pandora's Emporium

Victoria Road, Brora KW9 6QN, Scotland +44 1408 622562
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5 based on 20 reviews

Pandora's Emporium

Vintage, Retro, Classic and unusual clothing, shoes, jewellery and accessories. Quirky and eclectic hand made gifts, artwork, photographs, curios, glassware, objets and antiquities. Open some Saturdays/Sundays please call to check if you are making a special journey....or have a look at my facebook page Pandora's Emporium

Reviewed By Catriona S - Biggar, United Kingdom

If you are ever in Brora don't miss out on a visit to Pandora's Emporium. Although not open every day if you contact the owner Lesley via Facebook she will open the shop especially for you. What a service! My husband & I visited recently...Morethank you so much Catriona......that hat needed to go to a good home!!! I look forward to seeing you next time you visit Brora. Best wishes Lesley

6. Star Stables

Mo Dhachaidh | Ardachu, Brora KW9 6NG, Scotland +44 7759 335918
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5 based on 16 reviews

Star Stables

Star Stables is a riding center, just 1/2 a mile out side of Brora. It has ample grazing for horses, a schooling field and jumping field used specifically for these activities. It is situated on a working croft so tractors, sheep and cows are regularly seen. The staff are well presented and in uniform with names on the front so visitors can see who they are speaking with. Horses are cared for too a high standard and also are well turned out. Suitable for all ages and abilities. Lessons, treks, pony days and pony parties!! Give us a call to get booked in or to find out more information.

Reviewed By Nikki H - Inverness, United Kingdom

I have visited star stables many times and each visit has been brilliant. Super friendly staff who are always encouraging, brilliant volunteers who are polite and supportive. Excellent facilities, extremely child friendly and the ponies are so wonderful and friendly and always a pony to match the personality and ability of the rider. A great family atmosphere and a wonderful over all experience.

7. Loch Brora

Gordonbush Rd, Brora KW9 6LX, Scotland
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5 based on 15 reviews

Loch Brora

Reviewed By suebmanchester - Manchester

We did a circular drive from Brora where we were staying and came back on the road that runs alongside Loch Brora. A beautiful day out. We frequently stopped to take photos of the wonderful scenery and ate our sandwiches sat on one of the plentiful seats just where the river Brora runs into the Loch while watching some fishermen. So peaceful. A marvellous Antidote to the city where we live.

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