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Perfect for a full Scottish breakfast or tasty fish & chips. Make sure to check out the connected farm store and delicatessen for local produce and treats.
Beautiful locally produced food, lovely farm shop, and the opportunity to take part in some seal spotting over a glass of wine, without having to leave the grounds!
Good daytime food with deli and gift shop, just north of Dingwall. Leave room for one of their enormous meringues. No need to book.
Great lunches, hot and cold food or just coffee and cake! Gifts also available, including a selection of Scottish gins!
A9: We always stop here on our way to or from Inverness. Great Scones, coffee with milk alternatives, desserts, soups, lunch. Fair prices. Great for families.
If you are heading north on the A9, perhaps to Tain, Dornoch or Dunrobin, do pop into The Storehouse just to the south of Evanton (27 miles from Drumnadrochit) off the A9, taking great care crossing the A9 if heading north. An excellent café as well an opportunity to shop for boutique Scottish…
Great breakfast and lunches, amazing cheese scone with the soup, great Sunday roasts.
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“Amazing walk along the river bank to see the falls. Parking at the car park can get busy on a lovely day. Kids will love this walk.”
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“Thai food takeaway, Dingwall. 01349 368612. Note that they do not accept credit or debit cards, but there are ATM machines close by.”
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“The food is all fresh & amazing ,They also live in the village & do deliveries or collection in muir Of Ord . like eating out, but in your own comforts. Highly recommend ”
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“Discover a world of wonderful botanicals in the award-winning Inverewe Garden. As well as the garden, the wider estate offers plenty to see and is home to Scotland’s ‘Big 5’ species: red squirrels, red deer, otters, seals and golden eagles. Explore Inverewe House, an interactive museum with a variety of objects to handle and games to play. Amazing species that simply shouldn’t grow here are thriving, aided by the effects of the Gulf Stream. From pre-historic trees such as Wollemi pines to rhododendrons from China, Nepal and India, Himalayan poppies and Tasmanian eucalyptus, there is something to discover and enjoy in every corner.”
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