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Check out the paintings of the staff on the wall by a local artist. All the food was prepared fresh and the service was exceptional. If you are passing through Brora, don't miss this gem.
You won't be disappointed. Visited in the morning for breakfast. One lady serving, polite and food cooked fresh. Great pot of tea and two bacon rolls lots of bacon. Fab we will definitely visit again. This seems to be a one woman band call in many times very nice woman nothing to much trouble cooks out the back food hot a few choices ideal just to get out the cold when working. Simple food like a bacon roll nice. Stopped off to get a takeaway breakfast sandwich last Thursday, 31st March around 9am, as this service was offered on the sign outside.
No-one apparently serving on when I first went in, so went to get some more shopping and came back 10 mins later. Lady serving on taking a very long time to make two take-away coffees to someone she clearly knew and was having a good chat with like locals. While I could be clearly seen as the next person to be served, the lady serving didn't acknowledge my presence at all, not even a smile, bit of eye contact or even a "thanks for waiting - wont be long".
After a few minutes of being ignored it was clear that this isn't a place to get a quick hot sandwich, even when your order is taken, so I went next door to Gows and got some fresh hot sausage rolls - lovely. Really disappointing "Linda" - won't bother calling in again. She appears to have it all: Stapleton grew up in the Scottish borders and the inspiration for Brora — a village in the Highlands — came from Hunters of Brora, a now defunct tweed manufacturer her family bought in the early 90s.
There she discovered filing cabinets jammed with every conceivable shade of green, purple and brown. Colour is a huge part of the Brora story. Stapleton, whose infectious enthusiasm means you can forgive her for regularly saying "yah", started the cashmere brand in , opening the first shop two years later on the King's Road.
She took another five years to open a second one while rapidly growing a mail-order business. The hefty price tag in part reflects that the covetable jumpers and scarves are "made in Scotland", with the raw cashmere spun, dyed, woven and finished at mills in Elgin and Hawick. Unexpectedly, she believes commodity cashmere has not hurt Brora. All of your saved places can be found here in My Trips.
Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers. Review of Clynelish Distillery. Ranked 2 of 9 things to do in Brora. Factory Tours , Tours. Attraction details Owner description: Clynelish Distillery is located on the A9 at the popular coastal holiday town of Brora, Sutherland, around one hour north of Inverness.
With beautiful views of the North Sea and the hills to the north - where the Clynemilton burn runs over seams of gold in the rock. With this water, Clynelish distillery produces a fruity, waxy, slightly smoky single malt.
Reviewed July 12, via mobile. GillyflowerCheshire Congleton, United Kingdom. Reviewed July 12, Very interesting and lovely guide. Ask GillyflowerCheshire about Clynelish Distillery. Write a Review Reviews Show reviews that mention. All reviews " our tour guide ". Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. Read reviews in English Go back.
Victoria Stapleton, who founded luxury cashmere brand Brora, has bucked the trend by refusing to discount and remaining true to Scotland. The area has very few neighbours and is within easy walking distance to the 18 Hole Links Golf Course, unspoilt stretches of sandy beaches and all local amenities. Brora has a lovely small harbour and the river that you can follow inland to scenic Loch pinkideachampagne.com house is less than a mile of the A9 and NC and is half way between the north. Linda’s Cafe: Small cafe serving very good burgers - See 64 traveller reviews, 3 candid photos, and great deals for Brora, UK, at TripAdvisor TripAdvisor reviews.