Welcome to Kinlochhourn Farm


Kinlochourn Farmhouse by Barisdale


"The Kinlochhourn Tea Room
and B & B Accommodation
is now open"


Any enquiries please email Harriet at



This is an opportunity to stay in this lovely stone building which was originally built over 100 years ago and was part of the small community who farmed the hills and lowers grounds of this remote west coast location.


Tony Hinde Kinlochourn Farmhouse by Barisdale
Tony Hinde arrives for his first season at Kinlochhourn this April 2015 and will run the B&B through to September or October depending on demand. We are able to accommodate 10 people in total (8 singles:1 double) spread between both the farm house and the cottage offering B&B, packed, lunches, suppers and of course a warm, comfortable bed and washing facilities.


View of Kinlochourn Farmhouse

Kinlochhourn Cottage and Tea Room


View of Kinlochourn Cottage


The cottage does have self catering facilities and can be booked for a maximum of 5 people on a self catering basis


The tea room is always open at anytime of the day for a hot cup of tea, coffee or even soup and visitors are always welcome.


Kinlcohhourn is an ideal base for walkers, being on the Cape Wrath trail and with paths leading to Barisdale, Inverie, Arnisdale & Shiel Bridge. It is situated at the end of a 22 miles single track road passing some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery, opening up with breath taking views at the head of Loch Hourn.
View of Loch Hourn


Washing drying at Kinlochhourn Farm


Getting ready for 2015!


Preparing for the new season at Kinlochhourn
Preparing for the new season at Kinlochourn


Kinlochhourn - Rates for 2015


Single rate £40.00 per night for B & B accommodation

Supper from £15.00 per head

Packed Lunches from £10.00 per head

Kinlochhourn - Location & Links


Kinlochhourn is situation at the head of Loch Hourn, approximately two hours drive west from Inverness and one and half hour north from Fort William. The 22 mile Kinlochhourn Road is accessed via the A87 west of Invergarry. This road is a single track road with passing places and not suitable for large vehicles with low chasis. At times it can be liable to flooding.





Kinlochhourn - Important Information


We recommend that only boiled or bottled water is drunk.

We do not allow smoking within the building


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Kinlochhourn Farm, Kinlochhourn, By Invergarry, Inverness-shire PH35 4HD

Tony Hinde 01809 511253 (April - October)


Mail To:
Harriet Gordon, Burghill Grange, Burghill, Hereford HR4 7SE
01432 761016