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An absolutely stunning location. We came here on a bank holiday and had the loch almost entirely to ourselves. Perfect for fishing or canoeing this is a great place to bring the family for an afternoon. We didn't spot any local amenities, so make sure...More
what a hidden gem-- a breathtaking valley with a loch that Queen Victoria loved to sketch full of fish and with hillsides the playground of herds of deer-- great picnic or dog walking country and watch for the passing Eagle or Osprey
Many years ago I lived in Brora and would cycle up to Loch Brora and have a picnic yes by the waters or on warm sunny days swim in the fresh clean waters of the Loch. It is as unspoilt as ever but a little...More
Brora Loch can easily be reached by car by driving along the scenic route that runs parallel to the river. However, for those with a bit more time to spare I would highly recommend the river walk from Brora. Along this easy route amongst other...More
My wife suggested we took a detour to visit this loch and despite having seen a lot of lakes on our three week tour of the highlands this was amongst my favourite. It is very tranquil and unspoilt with plenty of small loch side woods...More