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Shopping in Fort William and Lochaber

Shopping local helps support Highland families who work very hard to produce amazing foods, crafts and much more. Not only that, we strongly support shopping at the corner shop and would encourage you to visit.

 

Ardtornish Gift Shop and Estate Meat – Morvern Peninsula

Scottish gifts and estate lamb, beef and venison

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Find out more about Ardtornish Gift Shop and Estate Meat

We have a small Gift Shop & Information Centre in the Estate Square, open from 9.00 am to 3.00 pm Monday to Friday and 9.00 am to 10.00 am on Saturdays. The shop boasts a variety of local artisan crafts including our own Ardtornish tweed items. Most items we stock come from within a 30-mile radius of the estate. Practical goods include maps, midge repellent, fishing flies, and postcards.

We sell books of local interest – including Faith Raven’s book about the Ardtornish Garden, Prof. Peter Warren’s book about the marbles at Ardtornish House, a range of Sarah Raven’s cookery and botanical books, and Christopher Bacon’s book about almost fifty years at Inninmore.

We are very proud to also have our own Estate meat for sale. We sell beef from our Highland cattle, lamb, and from the older sheep, mutton. We also sell wild venison from the Estate. We have a wide range of cuts, from prime fillet steak to burgers, mince, and stewing steak. The quality is excellent and the items are packaged and frozen for convenience.

There is a free to use broadband PC & Wifi hotspot for use while the shop is open, and a post box at the entrance.

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Ardtornish Kitchen Garden – Fresh Produce Daily – Morvern Peninsula

Own grown vegetables, soft fruit, herbs and salad

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Find out more about Ardtornish Kitchen Garden – Fresh Produce Daily

The sleeping giant was awoken and the renovation and restoration project began. In the first year most of my time and resources were spent reclaiming growing areas and improving the infrastructure of the garden, putting in drainage, paths, beds and an awful lot of clearance and weeding. However, even in that first summer the fruit and vegetable areas and polytunnels were put into some production. It is from now, the spring of 2017 that we can really start to discover what’s possible.

My aim is to provide visitors to the estate high quality local, seasonal and fresh fruit and vegetables for sale produced in an environmentally sensitive way, whilst also continuing to develop and restore this fabulous part of the estate.

Please call up to the Kitchen garden during your visit, either to buy some produce or just to look around. I would be most delighted to welcome you.

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