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If you’re travelling between Glasgow and the Borders, swing in here for excellent coffee (roasted by hand in Glasgow by the Giambastiani family), great breakfasts, home-baked cakes and delicious lunches. Soups are a particular speciality.
Soak up the sun on the little terrace or eat in the lofty café. Here you can also browse the emporium of fresh produce and crafts; hand-thrown pottery, hand-turned wood and homespun woollens are made by local artisans. Meat, game and vegetables come from the Estate or neighbouring farms, and chefs in the kitchen use the same ingredients so if you’re impressed by the flavour, fill your shopping bag before you leave.
Parking is plentiful and it’s worth popping in to the village of Douglas itself – with origins stretching back to medieval times and the war-like Douglas clan – to visit the ancient St Bride’s church whose clock is rumoured to have been a gift from Mary, Queen of Scots.
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