7 of the best hidden coffee shops in Scotland

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 24th April 2018, 10:22 am
Updated Wednesday, 25th April 2018, 1:33 pm

Get your caffeine fix at one of these Scottish coffee shops off the beaten track.

Habitat Cafe, Aberfeldy

Located on the corner of pretty Aberfeldy's town square, this unassuming cafe prides itself on sourcing coffee from small, independent suppliers and serving up lovingly made cups of coffee.

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    Visit: 2 The Square, Aberfeldy PH15 2DD - habitatcafe.co.uk

    No 1. Peebles Road, Innerleithen

    Situated in Innerleithen, this cafe is a must for coffee worshippers in the Scottish Borders. Sourcing their coffee from North Berwick roasters Steam Punk, No 1. Peebles Road are committed to pleasing their coffee loving customers.

    Visit: 1 Peebles Rd, Innerleithen EH44 6QX - no1peeblesroad.coffee

    Velocity Cafe & Bicycle Workshop, Inverness

    The team at Velocity Cafe are multitalented - as well as acting as a bicycle workshop, they serve up arguably the best coffee in Inverness.

    Visit: 1 Crown Avenue, Inverness IV2 3NF - velocitylove.co.uk

    Caora Dhubh Coffee Company, Carbost

    Translating as 'black sheep' Caora Dhubh pride themselves on doing things differently. Stunningly situated in Carbost, just opposite the Talisker Distillery, the organisation serve up top quality Scottish coffee in a warm and inviting environment.

    Visit: Carbost, Isle of Skye IV47 8SR - caoradhubh.com

    Spider on a Bicycle, Aboyne

    Sourcing their coffee from Glasgow roaster Papercup, this friendly Aberdeenshire coffee house also serves up wholesome, healthy plates of food, including frittata and salmon on sourdough toast.Visit: Station Square, Aboyne AB34 5HX - spideronabicycle.com

    Slaughterhouse Coffee, Cromarty

    Enjoy a coffee with a view at Slaughterhouse Coffee on Cromarty's ferry slipway. Housed in a rustic building, this is a great spot to escape the unpredictable Scottish weather and recharge yourself with a caffeine-rich coffee.

    Visit: Marine Terrace North, Next to Cromarty Ferry Slipway, Cromarty IV11 8XZ - tripadvisor.co.uk

    Heaven Scent, Dunfermline

    Following a visit to the Carnegie Library, retreat to this exceptional award-winning cafe and peruse through your borrowed literary works. As well as offering a delightful range of coffees, Heaven Scent also offer moreish slice of homemade cake.

    Visit: Carnegie Library & Galleries, 1-7 Abbot Street, Dunfermline KY12 7NL heavenscentcoffeeshop.co.uk