The last thing you expect is a quasi-American trading outpost/coffee shop packed to the brims with random nik naks. Attached to this is a book shop. A suitable destination should the weather quickly change. Service is ok if a little chaotic and pricing is a little more expensive than normal;this is the outer regions of Scotland so choice is limited and costs reflect this.
One thing that is a little disappointing. With the rich heritage Scotland has to offer you feel that something more traditional could have been managed. Faux American in one of the most beautiful places in Britain just seems a bit odd; New York bagels anyone???
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