|A Forfar Bridie and a Scotch Pie from the local Butcher near Garvally House B&B in Alloa|
|Dropped Scones made by Beth at Arden Country House, Linlithgow|
|Scotch Broth made by Naomi Garvally House in Alloa|
|Cranachan made by Ian at Castleview B&B in Dufftown|
Cranachan (or Cream-crowdie) - Originally a summer dish, eaten around harvest time, this is a traditional Scottish dessert made from a mixture of whipped cream, honey and fresh raspberries topped with toasted oatmeal.
|Rumbledethumps made by Rosemary at Inveran Lodge, Nairn|
|Cullen Skink made by Ian at Castleview B&B, Dufftown|
|Oatcakes made by Carol at The Dulaig in Grantown on Spey|
Oatcakes (or bannocks) - These are similar to crackers or biscuits and are often eaten with cheese. These biscuits are made with barley and oat flour and baked on a griddle.
|Haggis, Neeps and Tatties made by Naomi at Garvally House, Alloa|
|Tablet made by Beth at Arden Country House, Linlithgow|
|Smoked Haddock and Poached Egg made by Naomi at Garvally House|
Arbroath smokie - This is haddock that has been wood smoked in one of the small family smokehouses in the East Coast fishing port of Arbroath.
|Black Bun from a bakers near Duntrune House in Dundee|
|Shortbread made by Jean at Gruinard Guesthouse, Burntisland|
|Pinhead and Traditional Porridge made by Rosemary at Inveran Lodge, Nairn|
Attention to detail and a passion for hospitality mixed with a desire to make your stay one of warmth and friendship with a level of service and comfort only available in a smaller establishment.
A truly memorable stay in a Scottish home of character and ambiance.