Good wholesome & tasty food Large portions, excellent choices of all courses Lovely ambience with log burning stove
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We stopped here on the way to the Ariundle woods. It was a quiet and cold Saturday morning. The cafe was very quiet but we were warmly welcomed and enjoyed some good cakes and coffee sat by the wood burner. It hot the spot nicely...More
We stopped in here after a walk in the nearby nature reserve. It was 5pm and just one staff member was working- but he warmly greeted us and made us feel welcome, explaining that he needed to setup for the evening but we were welcome...More
We enjoyed a very good evening meal here from their candle lit dinner menu. The menu is small - about three starters and deserts and four or five main courses but everything was home cooked and delicious. The beef braised steak was especially enjoyable and...More
This is a gorgeous spot. Beautiful autumn colours. Homemade soups, great scones and cakes. Open all winter! See wonderful display of wool dying and spinning, the old lead mines, Gaelic placenames etc. Wool was cooking in lichen and big myrtle when we were there!
Visited Ariundle Centre because of it's proximity to our accomodation. 1st instincts were it was more of a cafe than a restaurant. Once seated at a candlelit table the ambience was perfect. The food was a big surprise! Homemade steak pie was a delight &...More
Read a few negative reviews and was a bit apprehensive but glad we went on "gut instinct". Service by Katie and her son was first class as was the food. Choice of vegetables supplied with meal was excellent,rather than the "standard" carrots supplied by the...More
Stopped for both coffee and a look at the 'centre'. The cafe looked well laid out but the building smelled and had an air of out-of-way shabbiness. Gift shop seems to be mainly woollens.