Welcome to Kinlochhourn Farm
  Kinlochourn Farmhouse by Barisdale  

"We are now closed until April 2015"

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.

Joe Williams lives at Kinlochhourn from April through to October offering a small
selection of rooms and a self-catering flat. Joe will cater for all your needs,
producing full English breakfasts, packed lunches, suppers and of course a
warm, confortable bed and bath.

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



THE COTTAGE - self catering accommodation sleeps 4-6    
kinlochhourn cottage B & B

THE COTTAGE - self catering accommodation sleeps 4-6, Kinlochhourn


THE FLAT - self catering accommodation sleeps 2    

Accessed via the stone steps in the centre of the court yard, this comprises of a large room in which there is a coal burning stove - which heats the hot water -
two twins beds, a sofa & dining table. The kitchen leads off this and has a gas
cooker, microwave and fridge along with all the usual cooking & dinning utensils. The bathroom is accessed from the hall.

THE DOUBLE ROOM - bed & breakfast accommodation
This is on the first floor and comprises of a double bed & single bed. The
shared bathroom is on the ground floor. This bedroom also has an adjoining
door to the flat and is often used in conjunction with the flat to accommodate
five people.

This is situated on the ground floor and has three single beds in it. The
bathroom is shared and situated along the corridor.


Being so remote, we do not have mains water or electricity. We rely on water
from the hills and use a generator when needed for busy periods during the day and early evening. Make sure you bring your torch! (we do have a supply of storm lanterns & candles for personal use)

All the beds are made up with duvets with extra blankets available. We also
provide towels.

Pre Booking is not always essential - we will always try to accommodate

Rates for 2014          

The Cottage from 350 for 6 nights to include ben linen (not towels) & coal for the fire
Single rate £40.00 per night for B & B accommodation
Self-Catering Flat £80 per night (to include coal for the fire)
Supper from £15.00 per head
Packed Lunches from £10.00 per head


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.

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Kilchoan Knoydart

Knoydart Ferry

Knoydart Foundation


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
Joe Williams 01809 511253 (April - October)


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