Welcome to the Kinlochbervie website!

A light-hearted account of what goes on in our tiny corner of the world.
Kinlochbervie is the most northerly port on the west coast of Scotland, and virtually the last place you come to before falling into the sea. It is 60 miles from the nearest supermarket, the cinema arrives on the back of a lorry (as does the bank), and has been short-listed by the Oxford English Dictionary as a definition of the word 'Remote'.

That being said, it is home to a variety of people from all walks of life. Some born here, others who have chosen to come and live here. Surrounded by thousands of acres of unspoiled highland countryside, wonderful beaches, and fascinating wildlife; even the weather is just a little bit different to the rest of Scotland!
24-11-20 Things are afoot
Making changes soon

26-11-18 Christmas Dinners at the KLB Hotel
Christmas Dinners at the Kinlochbervie Hotel!

25-11-18 Curry Night at the KLB Hotel
Curry Night at the Kinlochbervie Hotel!

10-11-18 Santas Grotto
Santa will be making an early visit to Kinlochbervie on Saturday, 8 December.

26-10-18 Highland Halloween Festival
A range of events have been organised for Halloween in Durness.

26-08-18 Village Hall Fundraiser
Kinlochbervie Village Hall are holding an event to raise funds.

23-06-18 Beach Fun Day
A fun day is planned for Oldshoremore Beach at the end of the month.

21-06-18 Church Gets Facelift
Kinlochbervie's Free Presbyterian church has had a bit of a face-lift. It's recently been painted and now also sports new windows and doors.

18-06-18 Toilet Closures Meeting
This is just a reminder that there is an open meeting tomorrow evening, 19 June 2018, at the village hall to discuss Highland Council's planned closure of public toilets across the Highland region, including 9 in the county of Sutherland.

15-06-18 Petition to Highland Council
On Friday we had a small delegation that went to Inverness to deliver the first part of our petition (4,400 people asking Highland Council to reverse its decision to close the public toilets). We set up on the High Street during the lunch hour, then marched to Council HQ on Glenurquhart Road where we delivered the petition.

28-05-18 Martin the Donkey
Hot on the heels of Wally the Walrus we have Martin the Donkey visiting Kinlochbervie.

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