The Café is located at the heart of the building and offers uninterrupted views across the Lochmaddy lagoons towards the distant hills of the Isle of Harris. The boardwalk seating area is accessed from the Café and is an unbeatable vantage point for leisurely al fresco lunches or even a quick tea break.
Freshly made soups, sandwiches, tasty toasties and homebaking are all featured on the menu along with a wide range of speciality teas, soft drinks and confectionary to suit all tastes.
|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
* In the Summer months we are open 10.00am to 4.00pm Monday to Saturday. In the Winter months, the cafe is open 10.00am to 3.00pm, Monday to Saturday.
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