• House of Bruar

    A perfect place to break the journey on the A9 – or just a great place for a day trip. House of Bruar has developed from an excellent foodie stop with some well chosen ladies and gents’ clothing, into a very substantial retail outlet – delicatessen, kitchenware, clothing, home and Read more [...]

  • Loch Arthur Creamery, Farm Shop and Cafe

    The Loch Arthur Creamery and Farmshop is a great asset to Dumfries and Galloway. Creating a home, community, family and valued work, The Camphill Community offers ‘co-operation not competition’ to co-workers and has resulted in an organic food hub creating award-winning dairy produce, breads from their bakery; organic meats from their own and Read more [...]

  • Isle of Mull Cheese

    CHEESEMAKER UNPASTEURISED MILK FROM OWN BROWN SWISS, FRIESIAN, SWEDISH RED, NORWEGIAN RED & MEUSE RHINE ISSEL COWS TRADITIONAL RENNET FARM SHOP CAFE This family of farmhouse artisan cheesemakers use their own dairy herds and traditional methods to produce award-winning unpasteurized Traditional Isle of Mull, and Hebridean Blue cheeses, along with Cloth Read more [...]

  • Tain Pottery

    Tain pottery has long been part of our dinner service at home. I firmly believe good artisan food deserves lovely plates and such artistry as Robert’s and his team gives me great pleaure to use and display. His hand-painted ceramics reflect nature and Scotland: animals, flowers, tartan,  and poetry in vibrant Read more [...]

  • Hood’s Honey

    Hood’s Honey is a family business synonymous with East Lothian that has been producing world class honey there since 1950. Indeed heritage strains of bee live on in the Hood stock along with the same strain of bee and equipment that has been there since the 1930’s. Hood’s ethos is to Read more [...]