FOOD

OUR BREAKFASTS are 100% plant based - that means we don't serve any meat, fish, dairy or eggs.  We offer a buffet-style selection of cereals, fresh fruit, dairy-free yoghurt, and plant milks. Our delicious vegan cooked breakfasts are pre-ordered the evening before. All served with tea/coffee and toast. Please see the menu below:

                                                                MENU

KINGS REACH SPECIALA big plateful to fuel you up for the days adventuresVegan rasher, vegan sausage, hash browns, baked beans, tomatoes, mushrooms.

PANCAKE STACK- a pile of pillowy soft pancakes served with blueberries, sliced banana and chopped pecans, drizzled with maple syrup.

SCRAMBLED TOFU ON TOAST - a delicious savoury crumbly alternative to scrambled egg. 

RASHER SANDWICH- vegan smoked rashers and sauce of your choice.  

 LORNE SAUSAGE BAGEL - vegan square sausage served in a bagel with sauce of your choice.

CHIA PUDDING - Lemon and coconut flavour made with chia seeds and oat milk served with a mixed berries. 

Please inform us of any food allergies when booking. 

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                                            EATING OUT

The Horseshoe Inn is a handy 5 minute walk away where they serve real ale and a selection of home cooked meals every evening. There is a patio area and children are welcome. There are always vegetarian options and they are happy to adapt dishes for vegans.

The Kilmartin Hotel is in Kilmartin village 4 miles north of here. They serve a selection of bar and restaurant meals. Pre-booking advisable.

Kilmartin Museum Cafe serve a selection of soups, main meals, tasty snacks and delicious homemade cakes. You can sit in the stone barn or conservatory with views over Kilmartin Glen. They always have vegetarian and vegan options.   

Tayvallich cafealways have vegan options. beautiful location overlooking the harbour in the picturesque village of Tayvallich. Approx 10 miles from here, near to the Knapdale forest and crinan canal .