Strathpeffer has many establishments spread throughout the village that provide everything from a quick snack or a cup of tea, right through to a fine dining experience. In addition to those listed below there are four large hotels which principally cater for their own guests. During the day these tend to be quieter, and some serve lunch.
The Museum Coffee Shop is located just down from the Museum of Childhood on the platform of the Victorian Station at the bottom of the village. There is plenty of car parking here.
The Coffee Shop has a reputation for fine coffee and teas, home baking, freshly produced snacks and traditional home cooked meals. There is a unique ambience where, in warm weather, you can eat al fresco on the platform, protected by the station awning.
10am - 5pm seven days a week (subject to change in winter months )
Contact: Catherine Morrison
Telephone: 07759 690459
The Red Poppy was opened by Nick & Lorraine Aburrow on Saturday April 8, 2006, at that time at the back of the Pavilion. However, in 2014 they have moved to new premises on the main road just above the village square.
Apart from a sitting out area where coffees and teas and so on can be served, there is a two course lunch menu and in the evening an a la carte menu offering a wide range of seasonal dishes to please all tastes. For more details please the Red Poppy website.
Tuesday to Saturday: 11.00am - 8.00pm
Sunday Lunch: 12.30pm - 3.30pm
Contact: Nick & Lorraine Aburrow
Telephone: 01997 423332
The hotel is situated above the village square off the road going up to the Golf Course. The hotel is also known as the Crystal House Retreat.
Within the hotel are the Jade Lounge Bar which serves a wide range of beers and the restaurant L'Assiette de Maurice. Both are only open in the evenings. The latter serves Mauritian themed food on Saturdays. Further information is available on the Richmond website: see below:
Sasparillas Ice Cream and Soda Fountain to be found on the main road below the village square in Cromartie Buildings (on the bottom side) is the only American Style 50's Diner in the Highlands of Scotland, serving goodies from simple take away cones and tubs, right through to Knickerbocker Glories, Banana Splits, Waffles and, of course, Soda Floats.
Feel free to stop in and enjoy a nice ice cream and listen to some classic tunes on our jukebox!!!! See you soon.
Opening Hours: We're open 7 days a week during the summer - from 12noon until 8:00pm (sometimes later if the sun comes out and stays out)
Telephone: 01997 421500
For this one either be energetic or use the car. The Golf Club is above the village accessed from the Square up Golf Course Road. But once you are up there the views are truly exceptional.
There is a bar serving bar meals and drinks with relaxing sitting areas both indoors and outdoors. For more details see the web site: details are below.
The clubhouse also has a club shop selling a range of clothing and equipment.
Opening hours are when you think golf might be being played!