Crianlarich Station Tea Rooms

 

 

Description

You can’t send a telegram these days with your order for picnics or cream tea when you get off the train, but this station tea room on the crossroads of the West Highland Way and the Scottish coast to coast walk does take orders if you phone ahead and has copies of the old telegrams from 1901 displayed on the wall.

Fancy a Cuppa? Book CoverFancy a Cuppa?

Fancy a Cuppa? reviews 50 places across the UK for a good cup of tea or coffee and a nice piece of cake, a scone or other local delicacy. This is not a ’50 best’ tea rooms or cafes guide. Rather it includes places that have a story to tell.

Read the full description of this book on the books page and if you like what you see you can buy it from there too.

Menu

Simple, quality food here, which is all you need after a hard slog up the local Munro hill: freshly-made soup of the day or plain but fresh ham, cheese rolls.  Or just a steaming cuppa.  On a windswept day, with the rain lashing down, that’s all you need.

Address

Crianlarich Station, FK20 8RW

Contact details

01838 300 204

Web address

http://www.crianlarich-station-tearoom.co.uk/

Opening Hours

Daily 7.30am – 6.00 pm from early March to end of October

Getting there

Four trains a day on the Glasgow to Oban line.  About an hour north of Glasgow on the A82 or north-west from Stirling on the A84 and A85. If you’re walking, Crianlarich lies at the halfway point on the West Highland Way from Glasgow to Fort William; also on the Coast–to-Coast walk from Oban to St Andrews.

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