Due to the recent government restrictions, we will no longer be open to sit in customers until further notice.
We are now however offering Delivery & Takeaway options on a variety of our Coffee Shop Menu homemade items including cakes, quiche, Afternoon Tea and Treat Boxes, as well as a selection of fresh & dry goods from our Food Shop. Open Tue-Sun, 10am-3:30pm.
See Menu here - Local delivery is FREE!
Call us to check what is in stock & to place your order.
Bed & Breakfast
Kescoweth is a friendly family run Coffee Shop and Bed & Breakfast, opening its doors to guests since 2012. We welcome you to our home and the stunning views through warm hospitality and delicious food!
Whether you are looking for a cozy meal, a peaceful getaway, a nature-infused family holiday or a work base, our Coffee Shop and Bed & Breakfast are perfect countryside retreats enveloped in the heart of the Scottish landscape. Visit us 7-days a week, leave relaxed and replenished.
We look forward to seeing you!
Sitting high in the Angus countryside, guests can wake up to the breathtaking panoramic views of Lunan Bay to St Andrews, in our serviced Bed & Breakfast. We offer 2 double bedrooms, each including a TV sitting area and a fully equipped ensuite shower room. Homemade meals of freshly baked goods are served daily alongside local produce. Guests equally have the option to relax in our Coffee Shop, indulging in our seasonal menu whilst overlooking the sweeping landscape.
Tuesday - Sunday (excl. holidays)
10.00am – 3.30pm
Kescoweth Coffee Shop is the perfect place to catch up with friends and family. The views of the striking landscape envelop guests while crackling fires will warm you in the winter and plenty of outside seating is available for those bright spring and summer days. All of our Cakes, Shorties, Scones, Bread and Quiches are home-made at Kescoweth by Gail and her team. We also offer our popular Lazy Bones Breakfast menu for those late risers as well as Lunch from our weekly changing seasonal menu and specials board including homemade soups, fishcakes, toasties and sandwiches, alongside our vast drinks menu including our delectable hot chocolates and milkshakes. For the even more indulgent, you can pre-book our Kescoweth Afternoon Tea to have a taste of all of our latest baked goods and pieces! Our Menu includes locally sourced ingredients and offers Full Menu options for our Gluten Free, Vegetarian and Vegan guests.
& PRIVATE CATERING
Gail and her team make delicious homemade cakes here at Kescoweth. They are so good in fact, that due to requests, we now offer the option to order whole cakes for you to enjoy, in the Coffee Shop or to take away to your special occasion. Decadent Chocolate Fudge, Lush Carrot, Tangy Lemon Drizzle and Seasonal Fruit are just a few of the cakes regularly available to order. We also have Gluten-Free and Vegan options available.
We equally offer on and off-site buffet catering for Light Lunches, Dinner and Afternoon Tea. Our Catering menu includes favourites from our Coffee Shop such as seasonal quiche, soups, sandwiches and of course, our Kescoweth baked goods. Menus can be tailored to suit specific requests including Gluten Free, Vegetarian and Vegan.
GROUP BOOKING & PRIVATE HIRE
We offer a warm, friendly and comfortable environment with panoramic views of the Angus Countryside, to host your special occasion or event. With experience in creating bespoke menus to suit your individual requirements, Kescoweth can make your special birthday, anniversary, retirement, baby shower or family party a unique venue. Our distinctive facilities can also be utilised for office / corporate meetings, social events, Club AGM’s, annual dinners and prize giving’s.
Our Sunroom offers a private space within the Coffee Shop for intimate events between 15-26 people. For larger parties, we can offer the full Coffee Shop space outside of our open hours of 10:00am - 4:30pm.
Whether you want to snap up some of our Kescoweth homemade tablet for the road or would like to treat a special someone, our Gift Shop always offers a beautiful range of treasures from Scotland and beyond; Wrap yourself in a luxurious wool blanket from Tweedmill, collect unique pieces of stunning handmade ceramics by Highland stoneware, top your mantelpiece with a life-like Frith sculpture or cuddle up to an oh-so-soft and adorable Steiff plush toy. Need wrapping paper and cards too? We have a lovingly curated selection for you!
THINGS TO DO
One of the most beautiful beaches in Scotland, Lunan Bay has attracted many visitors throughout the ages, from Viking armies in the 10th century to generations of holidaymakers. Today it offers a secluded haven on the dramatic Angus coastline.
Arbroath Harbour & Town Centre
Arbroath's picturesque and historic harbour is ideally located with a number of services including 59 floating pontoon berths. The town of Arbroath surrounds the harbour and offers a variety of social and sporting amenities, a number of quality pubs, restaurants, and the Signal Tower Museum which are all located close to the harbour.
Arbroath Abbey is famously associated with the Declaration of Arbroath of 1320, which asserted Scotland's independence from England.Visitors can enjoy the herb garden along the south wall of the abbey church remains and explore the story of the day the Stone of Destiny came to the abbey in 1951 .
The Angus Glens
The lush valleys and gentle peaks of the Angus Glens consist of five glens with 10 Munros. Explore miles of winding trails, perfect for walking , cycling, and just enjoying the great outdoors. Between these beautiful green fields, you will find different towns and smaller villages, all of which are worth visiting to discover the relaxed pace of life of the friendly locals.
Two semi-formal wall gardens adjoin an 18th century picturesque house and shelter; bordered by herbaceous perennials, superb delphiniums, old fashioned roses and pavings with violas and dianthus. The Gardens offer an extensive and diverse collection of plants, interesting kitchen garden, river and lochside walks beneath fine trees.
Dunninald was built in 1824 by the architect James Gillespie Graham in the Gothic Revival style. Guided tours of the castle explain the history of the house, the collections of furniture, paintings and displays of fine needlework photographs and memorabilia, examples of fine plasterwork and trempe l'oeil are also on show.
“I visited here yesterday with two friends, we couldn't have picked a better place for a cuppy, cake and chat: amazing rural countryside setting, extremely friendly staff, beautiful food and coffee, relaxed atmosphere, dairy-free friendly can't wait to visit again!!”