LET'S TALK COFFEE
The coffee we serve...
The perfect pairing...
For non-coffee drinkers...
We are delighted to work with Figment Coffee, a small Aberdeen based roaster that shares the same values, ethos and desire for good quality coffee as us.
Our coffee is good enough to enjoy on its own, although it would be rude not to indulge and pair it with a cake from our selection from local bakers. We cater for a wide range of allergens, and offer a range of gluten free and vegan cakes too.
We offer some great Tea Pigs, but on a sunny day you can’t beat refreshing with some locally made Summer House soft drinks. We also might tempt you with our retro sweetie bags, to bring out the big kids in us all.
THE SPEYSIDE WAY, CRAIGELLACHIE
Kindly supported by The Moray Way.
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It would be rude not to partake in a walk, cycle, horse ride, segway, scooter or jog of the Speyside Way, the 65 mile route that runs literally 3m from where we are situated!
There is a great buzz on a sunny day, and within the first week of opening in 2022, we found that visitors loved the location. We welcome everyone of all ages, abilities and particularly like a visit from your dogs too! We offer compostable packaging for our hot drinks. We have recycling bins ready to take your waste too.
The Speyside Way by The Patch is suitable for walkers, prams and wheelchairs. The route between Fochabers and Ballindalloch and between Nethy Bridge and Aviemore is suitable for cycling. The route is suitable for horseriding between Craigellachie and Ballindalloch. The route offers mainly easy walking on low ground (a mixture of seashore, river valley, old railway and moorland). It should be noted that the section between Ballindalloch and Grantown is more strenuous and the Tomintoul Spur is also steeper and passes through very exposed locations.There is limited parking 100m away with a wheelchair and pram friendly path to the park, where The Patch is located.
REMEMBER TO LEAVE. NO. TRACE
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