Cheap Hotels in Brora
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Hotels in Brora
Surrounded by rolling hills, romantic lochs and some of the country's finest golf courses, Brora hotels are the perfect place to explore the rugged east coast of the Scottish highlands.
Lochs, beaches and hills
Boasting a spectacular diversity of scenery, the area around Brora encompasses everything from sandy beaches to dramatic hills. The Blue Flag-awarded Brora Beach is a great place to spend sunny afternoons and have safe shores for swimming with the kids. Set beside the beach is Brora Golf Club, one of the best links courses in Scotland and an ideal destination if you're planning on a golfing break. There is also a wide range of walks along the coast and inland, stretching from Brora to nearby Golspie and the Ben Bhraggie. A climb to the summit of this hill is rewarded with breathtaking views of the coast.
Brora is a fantastic place to catch a glimpse Scotland's diverse wildlife. You can often see otters in the Brora River along with seals and bottlenose dolphins swimming close to the coastline. Head to the hills around Loch Brora and Glen Loth and you're likely to see Red deer and Roe deer. Bird watchers also love coming Brora for the Arctic Tern that arrive on the beach from the Antarctic in the summer.
One of the best ways to experience this area of Scotland is on horseback. There are two riding sSEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTIONs on the outskirts of Brora – the Doll Riding Centre and Highland Unbridled. If you're looking for a structured tour of the area, Highland Unbridled arranges daylong wildlife watching country treks that include a picnic or a barbecue.
Whether you're a first-time fisherman or an experienced angler, there's plenty of opportunity to try your hand at fishing in the area around Brora. Boats can be rented to go on Loch Brora as well as nearby Loch Horn, Loch Lundie and Loch Buidhe, while the River Brora is an excellent place for fly-fishing.
The best place to learn about Brora's long history is the Brora Heritage Centre, a hands-on family friendly museum that details the heritage of the area all the way back to prehistory. A historical centre that might be more popular with adults is the Clynelish Distillery, home to an informative tour of the traditional methods used to make Clynelish Highland single malt Scotch whisky. Or if you're looking for grand buildings, drive south to Golspie and you'll find the impressive Dunrobin Castle. This castle is one of the largest in the Northern Highlands and dates back to the early 14th century.
Food and Drink
Brora has plenty of places to treat your taste buds. After a day spent exploring lochs and castle, return in the evening to the town centre and visit one of the local pubs or restaurants in the village to round the day off with a meal and a pint. The Sutherland Inn is considered one of the best restaurants to visit in Brora, serving delicious Sunday roasts on the weekends.
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