Bonar Bridge Visitor Information Guide
BONAR BRIDGE. The village bearing this name stands at the north end of the bridge across the narrows of the Kyle of Southerland. After the defeat of the Highland clans in 1746, the "taming of the north" begun, and a network of highland roads was constructed by the government.
To start there was a Ferry crossing but after the Dornoch Ferry disaster of 1809, a bridge was built over the Kyle at Bonar Bridge, from where the A949 runs eastwards to join the main A9 just before Dornoch, while the A836 continues north to Lairg.
The area offers plenty of activities for the tourist to enjoy along with quality holiday accommodation, so if your looking for a hotel, B&B, Guest House or Self Catering to make the most of your visit to Bonar Bridge.
- Bonar Bridge Latitude: 57.891538 Longitude: -4.344874
- Bonar Bridge Postcode: IV24
Bonar Bridge Map