Inverharroch

It is thought that there has been a farming settlement at Inverharroch since Pictish times (c.300AD) and there is evidence all around of even older Iron Age settlements.

In the 13th century, the site was occupied by Inverharroch Castle reputedly visited by King Edward I, and the current farm configuration of a G shaped steading and independent farmhouse, appears on maps as far back as the 1600’s.

Inverharroch 1869 map

Three years ago, Inverharroch Farm which is situated in the Lower Cabrach, was purchased through generous private donations and the support of the Reekimlane Foundation and placed  into the charity for perpetuity. The intention now is to put this historic building to a sympathetic modern use, converting the steadings at Inverharroch into a historic distillery and heritage centre, reconnecting the site with its past and creating a means of revitalising and supporting the local community.