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The Green Room - CLOSED

Carradale Harbour, Carradale PA28 6SQ, Scotland
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  • Excellent79%
  • Very good19%
  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
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1 week ago
12 Nov 2014
“A great loss.”
Restaurant Hours Closed
Cafe, Soups
Carradale Harbour, Carradale PA28 6SQ, Scotland
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The most stunning cottage with spectacular views. Comfortable, homely and practically perfect in every way.

Thank Limey999
Reviewed 12 November 2014

The Green Room has been a wonderful addition to the attractions of Carradale for the last two years - a fantastic location, lovely home made meals and delicious home baking, all presented with great service and a lovely welcome. We're so sad to see it...More

Thank Janet_M_13Leeds
Reviewed 13 September 2014

We were so sorry to hear the Green Room was closing as a tea room, we will miss Heather's cakes. BUT! We are very excited that it's opening up as a holiday let! We have just booked a week in October and can't wait to...More

Thank MadelineBassett
Reviewed 30 August 2014

What a pleasant surprise this beautiful cafe was! Delicious handmade food, yummy bakes, and an all around lovely service in one of the nicest surroundings in the area! You could spend hours in the conservatory trying to spot seal, people walking about in arran or,...More

Thank Laura G
Reviewed 22 August 2014

We only had drinks and cakes but they were good value and very welcome. The Green Room as a setting though is outstanding. The top floor is like a comfortable lounge with sofas, piano, games etc but with telescopes and binoculars to look out across...More

Thank JaneC94
Reviewed 24 July 2014 via mobile

Splendid views are matched by its good food. With its array of home baking and sumptuous ice cream. Upstairs provides a bothy type feel and outside provides entertainment for the family with croquet lawn and frisbees.

1  Thank Hindhaugh
Reviewed 9 July 2014

What to say. Perfect in every way. Location, best views. Building is a fantastic conversion, I would love to stay in there for ever. Heather is a fantastic host and cook. The food is great for either a light lunch or coffee and scone or...More

1  Thank Oldgreyman
Reviewed 7 July 2014

its our silver wedding today - and we thought we would pay the green room a visit - I'm so very glad we did. What a WONDERFUL place - so peaceful, beautiful views from a great, unique place . The home made custard creams were...More

1  Thank seajay1111
Reviewed 22 June 2014

Superb food, friendly staff, an interesting building, a lovely garden and views out to Arran across the Loch - could spend hours here watching the wildlife whilst eating too much cake!

1  Thank Mark H
Reviewed 18 June 2014

Lovely location, excellent fresh coffee and scones with cream and jam. Delicious. Just what was needed after a long coast walk. Dogs welcome in the garden - water provided. Had to smile at the binoculars beside the loo window, which offered wonderful coastal views of...More

1  Thank Enid S
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US$ 5
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View, Child-friendly
Location and Contact Information
  • Address: Carradale Harbour, Carradale PA28 6SQ, Scotland
  • Location: Europe  >  United Kingdom (UK)  >  Scotland  >  Argyll and Bute  >  Carradale
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For the last two years The Green Room has been a unique spring and summer tea room that offers visitors Carradale's two greatest gifts - traditional hospitality and stunning views. Now Heather, our manager, is moving on to see the world so the tea room will close on the 16th September. From October 3rd 2014 The Green Room will be available as a self-catering holiday let. See the web site for details. The Green Room is perched on a cliff by Carradale harbour and looks across the Kilbrannan Sound to a panoramic view of the Isle of Arran. In the foreground below lies Eilean Carrach, a small island resting place for gulls, cormorants, oyster catchers, and shags. Seals and wild goats are frequent visitors and now and then an otter can be seen. Dolphins and Minke whales occasionally pass by and, when mackerel gather, gannets put on their astounding diving displays. We keep binoculars at hand for a better view. Or you can watch the fishing boats coming in and out of the harbour, passing yachts, or even a submarine. All this action takes place within the vast kaleidoscope of Scottish weather, the chief subject of William McTaggart's Carradale paintings.
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