The café provides a welcome pit stop for tourists and is also popular with local people. The Gaelic language is commonly spoken between customers and staff and the portraits on the wall have all been donated by local families. You can enjoy a freshly prepared light lunch of soup, sandwich, panini or wrap and finish it off with a speciality tea or coffee with home made baking. Local produce is used wherever possible.
We accept card and cash.
|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
* Our museum, exhibition galleries and gift shop are open Monday to Friday 10am - 4.30pm.
The café hours are:
November to March
Monday to Friday
11am - 4pm (last hot food 2.30pm)
April to October
Monday to Friday
10am - 4.30pm
Our museum is free to enter but we welcome donations. There is a small charge for groups of ten or more.
Also open Saturday 11am - 4pm during July and August.
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