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Coffee At The Kings


Opening Hours:

Thursday - Sunday (10am - 4pm)

Address: The Links, Cullen, Buckie AB56 4WB

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When we started trading, back in 2017, drinking a barista made coffee was a service that seemed reserved for the more populated high streets and well-known brands. It was apparent that local rosters were able to offer high quality beans with traceable values and that the general population had an increasing appetite for Cafe culture.


Our aim was to provide a consistent customer experience, raising the bar both in

customer expectation and product execution. We are lucky enough to operate from an original American Airstream (Bambi caravan 1962) and have become a well-known and celebrated coastal business that attracts visitors from all over the North East of Scotland and beyond. Based in Cullen, we’re nestled between the famous Cullen viaduct and the beautiful sweeping sands of Cullen beach.

As well as our coffee/ hot chocolate/ traybake offerings we are sole stockists of a

quirky range of cards depicting seaside life on the Moray coast by local artist Robert

Greenwood (Moray art). You’ll also find our own ceramic cottages - styled on the adjacent Seatown they are all unique in both appearance and personality. We’re here for the long run and offer an unbeatable starting point to explore one of the most happening villages on the Moray coast.

We’re open up to 5 days a week, throughout the year and operate some ‘late openings’ to allow us to compliment summer sunsets or winter displays of the magical Aurora borealis.

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The coffee we serve...

The perfect pairing...

For non-coffee drinkers...

Since opening we’ve used the ‘highland roast’, a blend created by the Inverness Roasting Company Ltd. The roast uses beans from both South America and the Far East to create a strong, well-balanced flavour with a caramel finish.


People can often be overwhelmed by a coffee menu, especially if half of them sound like a dessert. We offer a simple menu of classic coffee combinations and enjoy nothing more than pairing the customer with their perfect drink. We want you to feel like the caravan is there only for you... your Coffee at the Kings.

We offer a tasty range of traybakes available as our popular Coffee and cake combos - perfect for that moment of ‘me and the sea’. Pair your coffee with your curiosity - explore the beach, the village, coastal walks, woodland walks, historical or geological features and get lost in the nooks and crannies of an eclectic Seatown community.

We stock an amazing range of luxury hot chocolates - with Milk Vanilla and Hazelnut Praline being menu favourites. This is a high quality product made in Scotland by our talented chocolatiers in Pittenweem, Fife. Throughout the year we rotate their full range of 14 flavours and encourage people to make an adventurous choice with our featured ‘guest hot chocolate’, which changes monthly.

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Kindly supported by The Moray Way.

Find trail information, accessibility & maps.


We are spoilt for walking, cycling or paddling journeys - all starting from the adequate car park and coffee spot at the links. One of the most iconic journeys is a circular walk from Cullen to the ‘Bow fiddle rock’, using the beach and the viaduct/ disused railway line. It’s a mixture of terrain, textures and sounds with an opportunity to walk bare footed in the sandy surf.

Cullen Bay offers the chance to see passing pods of dolphins, cruising Whales, playful seals, a rich array of birdlife and otters fishing the river mouth.​ The geological and historical stories that surround Cullen have given it a permanence and relevance rarely matched by other villages. All in all - Cullen is home.


Cullen holds a lot of nostalgia for both locals and visiting tourists. Memories span generations and the interactive nature of the village allows for a very rich and fulfilling experience. The businesses are independent, and all forge their success by offering something of character and curiosity. 


This spot provides easy access for prams, wheelchairs, mobility scooters, and bikes. We are based in the lower car park at Cullen links by the blue bridge. It connects seamlessly to the paths and trails networks in and around Cullen.

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  • Where possible, drop your take away cups back to the coffee shop

  • Make the use of your KEEP CUPS to reduce take away packaging

  • Use public bins and where possible the correct, public recycling bins

  • If there are no bins, take your cups home and recycle accordingly

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