Enjoy a Highland Breakfast
We promote locally sourced food and seasonal fruit and are very pleased to be able to offer the finest produce from many local producers The sausages, black pudding and haggis are made by our award winning local butcher in Dingwall, from locally farmed meat. Our free range eggs and smoked back bacon is sourced from The Larder in Alness.
Scottish Rowan Glen Yogurts and as we are always sourcing new products we have recently introduced Mrs. Bridges Scottish preserves.
Our fresh cakes, biscuits and shortbreads are baked in the Cromarty Bakery on the Black Isle.
The bacon and award winning sausages, black pudding and haggis are cooked in the oven as we do not fry any of our cooked breakfasts. Even our ´fried´ eggs are prepared directly on the Aga hob using baco-glide so we do not need to use frying oil, providing a healthier tastier option.
There is a substantial cold buffet where you can help yourself to a selection of items:
Hot from the Kitchen:
All served with toast and of course finest teas and coffee.
If you prefer to have a vegetarian or gluten free breakfast please let us know in advance of your arrival. (Please tell us if you have any allergies or intolerances).
Our Ross-shire Suppliers:
Award winning sausages, black puddings and Haggis from Cockburns in Dingwall. Free-range eggs, bacon, cakes, shortbread and oatcakes from The Larder in Alness. Black Isle Berries at Ryefield Farm, Tore.
Our Scottish Producers:
Easter Ross free range eggs from Balmuchy Farm, Tain. (Scottish Egg quality award winners 2014).
Caithness free range eggs from Lochquoy Farm, Thurso.
Cooked meats from Murdoch Brothers, Forres and Cockburns, Dingwall.
Mrs. Bridges preserves, Arbroath.
Rowan Glen Yoghurts, Wigtonshire.
Pinhead Oat Meal, Banff.
Seasonal fruit, local home baking and Scottish tablet, Caithness cheese, West highland Dairy cheeses and yoghurt, pressed apple juice and Ullapool bakery products from Ryefield farm, Tore.
Excellent service. Had a great stay, thanks for making us feel so welcome.”
Lindsay and Isabel