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 The Farr Bay Inn was built in 1819 during the Regency Period of King George IV and still maintains the architectural characteristics of the Era...

Now a listed building, the F.B.I was formerly the home of the local minister for the Church of Saint Columba of the Parish of Farr until the church was relocated to the village centre.
It was established as an Inn in 1983.

The Farr Bay Inn was purchased by the current owner, Karan, in April 2009 and is actively run by Karan and her family. 

From Thurso - 30 miles

Simply follow the A836 west.

In order, you will pass through Reay, Melvich, Strathy and then Armadale

before reaching the village of Bettyhill.

As you approach the village of Bettyhill, the Farr Bay Inn is well sign posted and is located at the foot of the hill after the S bends. Turn right and continue along the track...

You have arrived!

From Lairg - 40 miles

Follow the A836 north for around 20 miles until you reach Altnaharra. When exiting Altnaharra you will see a crossroads and signpost, turn right here and follow the sign to Bettyhill.  Pass through Bettyhill and down the hill and continue past the Tourist Information Centre. You will see our signs at the bottom of the track. Turn left and continue along the track...

You have arrived!

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