Well of the Seven Heads Coffee & Takeaway

Well of the Seven Heads Coffee & Takeaway
Cafe and coffee shop in Spean Bridge
A82, near Spean Bridge, Inverness, PH34 4EB
Opening hours: 6:00 - 14:00 (Mon - Fri), 8:00 - 13:00 (Sat, Sun)
 Vegetarian  Open Sunday

Great freshly roasted coffee from Inverness Coffee Roasting Company


The sausage and egg and bacon rolls were delicious - using locally sourced produce and fresh soft baps


A huge variety of breakfast options - rolls with a variety of fillings, full breakfasts and the traditional dish of Rumbledethumps


Superb value! Cappuccino (£2.50), tea (£2.00), filled rolls (£2.50), magnificent 7 (£5.00), small breakfast (£5.00), full Scottish breakfast (£6.50), Rumbledethumps (from £4.95)


No bike storage but as the seating is all outdoors this isn't required - simply takeaway and enjoy the views across Loch Oich


Great for cycling groups! Quick service, affordable and with plenty of outdoor seating beside Loch Oich


Picturesque outdoor seating beside Loch Oich. 24 miles north of Fort William. 30 miles west of the stunning Cairngorms National Park with fantastic quiet, scenic roads

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If you’re looking for a fabulous breakfast for those early morning rides, the Well of the Seven Heads takeaway has you covered. With everything from their famous soft filled baps, to full breakfasts and the traditional Scottish dish of Rumbledethumps.

Rest those legs in their awesome outdoor garden terrace which has plenty of seating and overlooks Loch Oich. As for location, the takeaway is located on the busy A82, a popular route for tourists heading further into the Scottish Highlands, onto Inverness and beyond.

Roll fillings include Scottish lorne sausage, a traditional square sausage sourced from McFarlane butchers, Murdoch Bros link sausage, haggis, black pudding, bacon, potato scone or fried egg. Why not have all 7 fillings for £5 served in a morning roll? In addition ther’s great veggie options with both a veggie sausage and Macsween haggis, all served in a freshly baked soft bap.

If you’re looking for something different give the Rumbledethumps a try! It’s a traditional dish from the Scottish Borders and includes potato, cabbage and onion, however here you’ll also find fab variations served with Scottish smoked salmon and honey glazed ham too!

Finally if looking for the traditional full / veggie breakfast, there’s also plenty of options available of ranging sizes. The freshly ground coffee is sourced from the Inverness Coffee Roasting Company.

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