Put the ket­tle on

The finest spots for tea, cof­fee and cake

Scottish Field - - PUT THE KETTLE ON -

MUNEROY TEAROOM

Built in the late 1940s in a dis­tinc­tive art deco style, Muneroy in Southend, Camp­bel­town, was orig­i­nally opened as a tearoom, and the orig­i­nal fire­place and domed ceil­ings can still be seen to­day. Owned and run by Ian and Frances Hill, the tearoom has been open for the past 24 years and has firmly es­tab­lished it­self as a great place to en­joy mouth­wa­ter­ing home bak­ing and de­li­cious meals. Tel: 01586 830221, www.muneroy.co.uk

THE SCRIB TREE

Sell­ing qual­ity farm pro­duce, fine cof­fee and per­fect cakes in the heart of the La­nark­shire vil­lage of Dou­glas, The Scrib Tree of­fers a dis­tinc­tive and ex­cit­ing ex­pe­ri­ence from the mo­ment you cross the thresh­old. Be it brows­ing the range of qual­ity foods or en­joy­ing a light lunch by the stove, time spent here is al­ways time well spent. Sit­u­ated in the midst of the 33,000 acre Dou­glas Es­tate, The Scrib Tree takes food prove­nance se­ri­ously, aim­ing to source all pro­duce as lo­cally as pos­si­ble. Tel: 01555 851262, www.the­scrib­tree.co.uk

BLAIR DRUM­MOND SMIDDY FARM SHOP

Blair Drum­mond Smiddy Café is part of Blair Drum­mond Smiddy Farm Shop. They serve mouth-wa­ter­ing meals that are made with the fresh­est in­gre­di­ents that are sourced lo­cally where pos­si­ble. Their friendly staff look for­ward to wel­com­ing you soon. Find Blair Drum­mond Smiddy Farm Shop by Stir­ling, FK9 4UY. Tel: 01786 235024, www.blair­drum­mondsmiddy.co.uk

GLOAGBURN FARM SHOP

Gloagburn is an ex­ten­sive farm and cof­fee shop serv­ing the very best in home­made soups, sand­wiches and home bak­ing. Ev­ery­thing is made on the premises, which en­sures the qual­ity, con­sis­tency and fresh­ness on of­fer. In the farm shop, they source the finest Scot­tish food­stuffs, which sit next to their very pop­u­lar and ex­ten­sive range of home­made prod­ucts. Find Gloagburn Farm Shop in Tib­ber­more, Perth. Tel: 01738 840864, www.gloag­burn­farmshop.co.uk

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