Robertson's The Larder and Highland Cows
Welcome to Robertson's The Larder Beauly Call and see our Beautiful Highland Cows. We are just at the start of the North Coast 500 just outside Beauly, so why not stop and stock up with some tasty treats.
Hello to all our Friends and Customers!
Our Farm Shop, located on the NC500 near the beautiful village of Beauly, only 15 minutes drive from Inverness is operated by the Robertson family.
We have a Range of Fine Foods, Seasonal Vegetables and our Home Grown Strawberries in the summer months.
The Larder is packed with lots of goodies, Scallops,Prawns,Salmon,Venison,Highland Beef,Scottish Cheeses,Oatcakes,Stornoway Black Pudding, Jams,Chutneys,Shortbread, Baking, Lochness Ice Cream as well as an interesting range of Highland cow gifts and souveniers.
We have our Highland Cows Katie Morag and Jamie MacKenzie are in the field next to the Farm Shop along with Our Alpaca Family your welcome to come and see them.
Our Farm shop is 12 miles from Inverness on the A862 about 1/2 mile to the northside of Beauly. Look for the Big Signs with Highland Cow on it.
Getting to us:
By bus : The busses can stop at our road end if you ask them.
By train : The train station is over a mile from our farm and is along a busy main road, so take care.
By car : We have free parking available at the farm and shop if you come by car
By foot : We are on the outskirts of Beauly so within easy walking distance but care must be taken due to the busy road.
Click and collect
Transport and Parking
On Public Transport Route
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