.. Welcome to the Farr Bay Inn..
Nestled amongst the dunes of Farr Bay close to the beautiful village of Bettyhill on Scotland's North Coast, The Farr Bay Inn offers a superb location for a relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
With a welcoming atmosphere, log fire, lovely rooms, and a well stocked bar, the Farr Bay Inn (or FBI as it is known locally) is popular amongst locals and holidaymakers alike.
Built in 1819 and now a listed building, the Farr Bay Inn was formerly the home of the local minister until the Church of Scotland relocated to the village centre. It was established as an inn in 1983 and has been run by the current owners, Rosemary and Penny since May 2003.
The Farr Bay Inn is a small and friendly home from home, ideally set on the outskirts of Bettyhill, within the old crofting settlement of Clachan. It is within easy walking distance of secluded Farr Bay, and close to the other amenities offered in the centre of the village.
Pets are always welcome. Karan, Steve and Luke are ardent cat lovers, so if you have any pet related allergies please declare them prior to your arrival!
The mark of quality ...
In 2005 the inn was awarded a two star rating from Visit Scotland, and is now a totally non-smoking establishment in line with legislation passed in March 2006.