Local Craft and Food Producers

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Ardnamurchan, Moidart and Morvern have an abundance of individual craft and food producers operating in the area.

Ardshealach Fine Foods

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We are specialist in smoking food reknown for the finest quality. Try our fresh farmed smoked salmon & smoked fish or enjoy smoked meat like the superb smoked duck breast. One of our many specialities is our delicious creamy Lochaber Smoked Cheese, the highlight of many a cheese board. We deliver direct to your door or why not visit us in our shop in Glenuig.

http://www.smokedproduce.co.uk/   Call us on 01967 431 890

Acharacle Tea Room

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Next door to the post office in the village of Acharacle.  We are a great place to meet up over a cup of our freshly ground coffee and slice of one of our many homemade cakes. Pop in for breakfast, a hot filled roll, homemade soup or one of our more substantial lunch dishes - everything is freshly prepared to order.  Open Monday to Saturday all year round.

Call us on 01967 431508

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The Ariundle Centre

The Ariundle Centre is well worth as visit if you're in the area.  As well as having a lovely cafe and restaurant serving home made food and cakes, we run regular craft workshops to suite all interests. In Spring and Autumn there are weekend workshops that include basket making, felting, weaving, patchwork, batik - to name but a few.

The workshops are usually arranged over a two day period with food provided and accommodation is available if required. We also have our own sheep and you can learn how to prepare your own fleece and then knit your own hat or scarf from the wool you spin. We can show you natural dying techniques using wind blown materials found locally.

www.ariundlecentre.co.uk

01967 402 279

Woodland Pottery & Crafts

Located in the lovely village of Strontian, Woodland Pottery & Crafts oPottery-Crafts1.jpgffers unique slip-cast pottery, all hand-made and decorated on site.  An open studio gives you the chance to see how each piece is made and the well-stocked shop offers a wide range of locally-made knitwear, cards, wooden toys and garden ornaments, as well as the pottery.

Open from March until September you can find Woodland Pottery & Crafts next to Strontian Stores.  Please check the website for full opening hours and further information.

http://www.woodland-pottery.co.uk/index.html