After a long hike down the River Almond this place was a welcome find. Delicious home-made, piping hot scones had just been freshly baked and brought into the cafe. A log fire was burning in a cast iron stove; interesting decor surrounded us - and the cappucinos, accompanying the scones, went down a treat. We didn't stop for lunch (although the lentil and lavender soup looked interesting!) We'll be back. We bought our sustenance at the entrance servery and carried into the indoor seating area- so we didn't really experience any 'service'. The coffee maker was 'foreign' - and not that welcoming but the female 'owner' was very pleasant.
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