Amazing tearoom, welcoming & friendly, food lovely and really reasonable...but really, it's about the cakes!! Make sure you book your table as it's very popular (no wonder) and very busy. Can't wait to go back!
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I was very glad to be able to dry off here on a rainy day after visiting the Mull of Kintyre lighthouse. It is clearly popular as half the tables were reserved, but they had plenty of servers and I had tea and sponge with...More
We visited today for the second time and both times we were not disappointed. Firstly I'd like the say the decor fits perfectly with the ambience. I'm all for modern decor but I love the quirkiness and quaintness of this place, I can't get enough...More
Never miss a visit to Muneroy when in the area. And never disappointed. Beautiful home-cooked food and really friendly and helpful staff. Award-winning establishment with fine variety of cakes on offer. Located close to the Mull of Kintyre, near local beaches and excellent golf course...More
We arrived here pretty late in the day after previously phoning ahead with an earlier time. Even although it was about 30 minutes before closing time Francis couldn't have been more welcoming, it was like arriving at your aunties house. The choice of cakes were...More
We stopped by for lunch and dessert based on previous reviews I'd read. I had the bangers and mash for lunch followed by a piece of the most delicious Chocolate Sponge cake with Orange Cheesecake frosting. Creamy and moist and I could have eaten the...More
This place is a little gem .Full of character. Lovely staff ,excellent service ,best chocolate cake I have ever had. Cakes are light and delicious.Lovely place to chill relax and have a lovely coffee and cake .
I go to Muneroy's at least once a month. Frances and Ian do an amazing job, helpful, friendly always. The teapots, decor are all part of the experience, it gives it a homely feeling, like you are in a cosy house. Frances and Ian please...More
This was a second visit to Muneroy and I'm afraid it will be my last. The cakes were indeed large and my 'half' meringue was enormous, and delicious, although I suspect the toffee sauce was not homemade. The tea was poor quality 'builders' brew' and...More
This place is amazing. When you first walk in, it looks cramped and cluttered, but as you glance around the café area, you realise it is filled with antique items and bric-brac. As. others have said, the cake are out of this world. Light and...More