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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.
Great breakfast and lunches, amazing cheese scone with the soup, great Sunday roasts.
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.
Brilliant for breakfast and lunch, serves up until 6pm and with a great farm shop and deli attached. Lovely views over the water too. Located near Evanton.
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!
Great lunches, hot and cold food or just coffee and cake! Gifts also available, including a selection of Scottish gins!
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“Get up close to these impressive waterfalls on a new suspension bridge across the beautiful Black Water river. It's only a short walk from the car park and during August and September there's an excellent chance of seeing wild salmon leaping upstream. And of course, the falls are always more sensational after heavy rain or snow! There's a couple of marked walking trails that take in the viewpoints. IV14 9EQ is the nearest postcode. It's on the A835 about a mile (1.6 km) before the car park if you are coming from Inverness.”
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“We love this little Thai restaurant in Dingwall. It has not got many seats so might be good to book first, or take-away.”
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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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“Strathpeffer Restaurant 10.30am-9pm, Sunday 12-3.30pm, Monday Closed. Comfortable & close 9miles away, 17min drive”
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“The Fyrish Monument is a monument built in 1782 on Fyrish Hill (Cnoc Fhaoighris), in Fyrish in Evanton, near Alness, Easter Ross. The site of the monument provides an extensive view over the Cromarty Firth and beyond, and Ben Wyvis can be seen clearly, especially impressive if snow-covered. A path to the top starts at a car park northeast of the hill at OS grid NH627715.”
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