Top 5 Coffee Shops in Aberdeenshire

1. Coffee Apothecary An old post office at Pitmedden has been transformed into the quirky Coffee Apothecary. Speciality coffees, teas and delicious home bakes including gluten free options are available. Up-cycled tractor seats, glass covered wooden pallet tables, Roman blinds using sacks, and a loo floor covered in copper pennies all add to the cleverly […]

1. Coffee Apothecary

An old post office at Pitmedden has been transformed into the quirky Coffee Apothecary. Speciality coffees, teas and delicious home bakes including gluten free options are available. Up-cycled tractor seats, glass covered wooden pallet tables, Roman blinds using sacks, and a loo floor covered in copper pennies all add to the cleverly designed laid back ambience. A wee egg timer to let you know when your tea/coffee is ready is a lovely touch. A quiet corner laid out with comfy chairs, sofas and newspapers is great to sit back and relax in. The friendly staff bring the coffee to your table too, so personal service adds to that special feeling.

2. Inverurie Garden Centre

This busy coffee shop has delicious coffees, teas and home bakes with gluten free options. They have thought of everyone in its design lay-out. It’s self-service so you can choose from the wide range of delicious freshly cooked hot/cold foods if you want a tasty lunch. There is a safe children’s play area so you can keep an eye on the little ones while you catch up with friends. They also have a quiet area for adults only with different more luxurious furnishings including leather sofas.

3. The Beachside Coffee Shop

Light and airy, the Beachside Cafe is a great place to meet for home bakes, panini’s & light bites. Perfectly located on the way to Balmedie Beach. It’s child friendly and next to the Balmedie Leisure Centre with a handy car park.

4. Birdhouse Cafe

A jewel in Banchory, it would not be the same without it. The Birdhouse Cafe is well worth the visit, you won’t forget it. The food is amazing, the cakes are sublime and the atmosphere and service is friendly and welcoming.

5. Molly’s Cafe Bar

On the sea front in Stonehaven, Molly’s Cafe has a fabulous sea view. It’s child friendly and serves fantastic local produce from delicious warm pancakes for breakfast, cullen skink for lunch or Deeside ale battered or breaded haddock for dinner. A variety of wines and local beers, ciders, and spirits are also available.

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