Arrived in Scotland after 8hours in the car we walked up the main street and popped in here for a quick drink. A couple later we left but it was a lovely place open fire and very friendly. We didn't eat there but plenty of...More
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Stopped off here for coffee and cake on the Thursday morning of the Royal National Mod in Fort William. We were treated to a Gaelic Choir having a practice in the space upstairs and they were toe-tappingly good. Our coffee and cakes were really good...More
Convenient location, great value, tasty food. I would prefer table service rather than canteen-style queuing.
I ate here 4 years ago having completed the West Highland Way and was very pleased with the food (both quality and portion size) and the beer. I have just completed the Way again and revisited Cobbs twice and am pleased to say it still...More
While visiting Fort William with the family it was decided that we'd stopped by at Cobbs for a few refreshment's. it was braw just to sit beside the open coalfire while enjoying our refreshing drinks.
Peaceful setting, friendly and helpful staff. Reasonable prices. What else do you want in for a few drinks before heading back for the bus back to Arbroath
We came in for bite to eat on our way to skye. The cafe wasnt too busy, but the woman on the till was almost scowling at us. As we had a larger group (7 in total) we wanted to pay all together, she was...More
good home baking for scones, cakes and traybakes. Coffee and hot chocolate both excellent (with real fresh milk available, not the so-called fresh stuff which is UHT). Peaceful setting, friendly and helpful staff. Reasonable prices. What else do you want?
The food in here was alright (my bean burger was nothing special, but the macaroni cheese looked fantastic!), and food and drinks were reasonably priced. The lady bringing our food was so annoyed at having to bring our food upstairs though and made out like...More