Set at the foot of the Pap of Glencoe (Sgorr na Ciche) sitting prominently above Glencoe village is a bustling cafe feeding both hungry walkers and cyclists alike visiting the spectacular Glencoe valley.
Their lunch menu has plenty of choice with everything from paninis, savoury scones, fresh sandwiches, homemade soup, hot filled rolls to baked potatoes. All are resonably priced and the roast chicken with plum and apple chutney and cheese was just what was needed to refuel.
As you’d expect in a popular tourist destination there’s also a great selection of cakes and tray-bakes to delight the exercise fuelled punters too. The peppermint and oat and date slices were delicious and you’ll also find freshly roasted coffee sourced from Scotland here too.
The Glencoe range is known for it’s breathtaking walking trails such as those that climb to Psp of Glencoe, Bidean nam Bian and Buachaille Etive Mor along with the valley’s many waterfalls. As for cycling, although the main A82 trunk road gets very busy, there’s plenty of quieter nearby roads for cycling such as the B463 which circuits Loch Leven.