|Scottish Gaelic: An Cladach|
Barbaraville shown within the Highland council area
|OS grid reference|
|Lieutenancy area||Ross and Cromarty|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
|Postcode district||IV18 0|
|UK Parliament||Caithness Sutherland and Easter Ross|
|Scottish Parliament||Caithness Sutherland and Easter Ross|
Barbaraville (Scottish Gaelic: An Cladach) is a small settlement on the north shore of Nigg Bay in the Cromarty Firth in the Highland council area of Scotland. Housing dates from 1820 onwards when local people were allowed to build on packets of land from local estates at Balnagown, Tarbet and Polnicol.
Consisting of about 170 households, there has been recent expansion with the creation of a retirement village at Highland Park which has added some 50 households to the community all of which are occupied by people over the age of 55.
Mull Hall  was originally the Jackdaw Hotel, and its restaurant and bar was a popular nightspot during the 1970s. It is now a residential home for the elderly.
Barbaraville has a small shop at Highland Park, a telephone kiosk and post box, and has stops on the X25 Inverness - Dornoch bus route.
A garden centre, the Green Wellie, opened in 2012 
It is in the Tain and Easter Ross Highland Council Ward and the Kilmuir and Logie Easter Community Council Area 
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