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What A Surprise

Nothing like a wee surprise while you are meandering and reveling the beaty fo the Scottish... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Michael S
Washington DC, District of Columbia
Great Scottish produce

What a great place, right by Loch Lomond, fantastic food and even some highland coos. The cakes and... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Glasgow, United Kingdom
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We are a small family run dairy farm on the banks of Loch Lomond, promoting fresh local Scottish produce. We have a range of locally supplied meat, veg and condiments to suit all you foodies out there. Opening Hours: 7 days a week, 10am-6pm.
Auchentullich Farm, Arden, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Alexandria G83 8RF, Scotland
+44 1389 850240
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nothing like a wee surprise while you are meandering and reveling the beaty fo the Scottish countryside. We were hungry pulled over, went in and bought ourselves a picnic lunch. Hummus (very good), another dip with pesto, cheese, drinks and fresh bread – the bread...More

Thank Michael S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

What a great place, right by Loch Lomond, fantastic food and even some highland coos. The cakes and ice cream were delicious but the steak pie was fantastic. Can't recommend enough will be back for sure.

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Reviewed 5 July 2018 via mobile

Came across this shop whilst staying for the week on the banks of Loch Lomond and what a mine of fabulous food it was. We called in primarily to enjoy one of the farm made ice creams, which was soooo tasty. The place is full...More

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Reviewed 6 June 2018

Driving up to visit friends in the wilds of Scotland I was on the look out for a local farm shop to buy a few delicacies to take with me. I happened on this little haven of delicacies. Freshly baked bread, local produce and home...More

Thank Steve L
Reviewed 22 May 2018

This is an amazing small farm shop. You can buy the normal items - eggs, bread, meat - all from the farm. But the best part: whole milk and home made ice cream! Fantastic tasting and unique flavours of ice cream. Buy a small pint...More

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Reviewed 19 May 2018

Group of motorcyclists doing the NC 500 anti clockwise, planning a stop after getting round the motorway network at Glasgow. Found this great stop on Trip Advisor, so post code put in sat nav...Got me straight to it, giving us plenty of parking and chance...More

Thank Nigel B
Reviewed 17 April 2018

Honestly, I was just passing, on my way back from a day in the hills. Knew hothing about this place. Pleased to see it was still open on a Sunday. Just curious. Wondered if their ice-cream included generaly hard to find coffee flavour which happens...More

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Reviewed 18 February 2018 via mobile

Great shop with the best ice cream in the area. Always a warm and friendly welcome when you arrive, with great quality produce. You pay for what you get. Great!

Thank Ian S
Reviewed 3 February 2018 via mobile

Really lovely farm shop. We used to buy haggis for Burns Night and the most fantastic full fat milk to spoil ourselves at breakfast. Really friendly service. Hope to be back again soon.

Thank GeordieGlyn
Reviewed 16 January 2018

I drive about 50 minutes to visit this shop because the products are amazing. The milk is just like the good old days with the cream on top. They also sell Loch Side tablet which is the best tablet I have ever tasted. The chicken...More

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Hello to those that own the Auchentullich Farm Shop! I am doing genealogy for a friend, Charles Murphy of Gig Harbor Washington State (U.S.) Charles' 3rd Great Grandfather was Walter McFarlan who was born in Row Parish near you and was Christened at Luss in 1753.. Another genealogist has found that Walter's mother, Margaret McFarlan was born "Before 09 April 1721" at Auchentullic, and she was christened at Luss Parish. Margaret's parents were Walter McFarlan and Jean Glen. Margaret married ANOTHER McFarlan - Donald McFarlan. Their son Walter joined the 74th Regimentt of Foot when he was working as a weaver in Glasgow in 1777. - This 74th Regiment embarked from Greenock and came to Halifax Canada and then went to America to help Britain's side during the Revolutionary War. I read somewhere that the house you may live in was rebuilt by Sir James Colquhoun on the site of where the older farm house.had stood.. I don't have the information with me right now, but think it was rebuilt around the mid 1850's? Does that sound about right to you you? On an old map I found a farm named, "Auchentullich Namoin". Is this the same name of the farm, as where your shop is? (I couldn't find another place/farm named Auchentullic I tried to find a translation to English of the name of the farm, but had no luck. Do you know what the translation would be? Also do you have any idea how long the farm has been there - - - and when the older house was built? Thank you so much for any help you can give me! Sharon Burkhart Mt Vernon, Washington USA
17 February 2018|
Response from ccpetadvisory | Reviewed this property |
You need to ask shop
8 October 2017|
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Response from Janey C | Property representative |
Yup 👍
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Response from LindaBHelensburgh | Reviewed this property |
Yes I have bought locally produced raspberries and strawberries in previous years , not sure if they have them in just now