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Dropped in for a coffee and a cake on the way back from a walk at Loch Ard but, it was rather disappointing. The coffee was just about OK but, the so called freshly baked scone was kind of half baked and fresh? When, not...More
I'm not much for the touristy traps found in most locations. So in order to kill some time and try and get a decent coffee in Scotland (major challenge in itself we found) we stopped in Aberfoyle. We walked around and for me I thought...More
Small craft shops as well as the large woollen shop. Had tea in cafe great service from pleasant young lady. Animals for children to see and place for them to play. Free parking. Information centre also has crafts to sell.
My wife, daughter and I were passing through Aberfoyle, we decided to stop for lunch. Pulled into the first car park we came to- only one I think. We saw the woollen mill doing Lunch.
Went in to a large queue, looked a bit under...More
stopped off in Aberfoyle on my recent trip on the main street there are lots of places to eat and drink the butcher's shop does hot pies and I chose the haggis with potato and cheese topping this was a very good and satisfying pie...More
Aberfoyle where the centre is situated is a pretty place but unfortunately the Scottish Wool Centre is the usual Chain shop with the usual Scottish tourist stuff, clothes, both mens and womens and a small café. Many of the shops in Aberfoyle has closed down,...More
We arrived on a tour for lunch. The cafeteria was very slow and unfortunately out of most sandwich options by the time we arrived at 12:45 pm or so. However, there's a neat bit done by a local farmer on Scottish sheep (he brings 5-6...More
A small tourist attraction with shopping store selling Scottish products. Such as clothes, whisky, food etc,. A cafe serves all day meals. There are a few sheep, goats, ducks etc outside and around the centre, people can look around and take photos of them. There're...More