We stopped off for first a coffee before touring the local brochs and then came back for lunch.
Proper pub. Full of character. Found it refreshing that the tables and chairs didn't match! Roaring log fire and comfy sofas too.
We shared a plough and lunch which was excellent. Selection of cheese & walnut bread, olives (nice ones), Parma ham, pickled eggs, grapes and strawberries. Just perfect for lunch for two.
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