Located in the Victorian conservation village of Tomich on the edge of the Glen Affric Nature Reserve, the Coach House Café offers lovely barista style coffees, a selection of local beer, wine and ciders, superb home-baking, light lunches (including paninis, burgers and home-made soups) and a range of locally crafted gifts.
Originally the coach house for carriages taking visitors to and from Beauly, the building now houses the village café and staff are on hand to provide you with information about where to go and what to do locally.
Choose to eat in or takeaway, use the free wi-fi to catch up with loved ones or simply relax in the historic surroundings, where a warm, friendly welcome is guaranteed. Combine a pit stop with a visit to Plodda Falls, the ruins of Guisachan House or to wander through the forest tracks.
Open from 10am to 4pm everyday from end of March to beginning of November.