Food to Fork Movement

The Walled Garden featured in the book Fruit & Vegetables for Scotland.Continue readingFood to Fork Movement

Michelin Guide

Spectacular drive on the Bealach na Bà to the ever endearing @ApplecrossWG #Scotland Originally tweeted by The MICHELIN Guide (@MichelinGuideUK) on 31st August 2020.Continue readingMichelin Guide

#1 Restaurant

We were voted the #1 restaurant in the area according to TripAdvisor ratings! Thanks very much to all our fans.Continue reading#1 Restaurant

Scottish Mail

Route 66? Forget it. NC500 is best drive in world – Clarkson The Scottish Mail on Sunday by John Dingwall https://www.pressreader.com/uk/the-scottish-mail-on-sunday/20190217/282114932843738Continue readingScottish Mail

Great British Gardens

Walled Garden at Applecross Small garden & great Restaurant in Applecross on the West Coast of Scotland The garden of 1.25 acres, at the time of our visit in August was full of colour with herbaceous borders, raised vegetable beds and there are plans to open a further wild area nearby. To reach the garden…Continue readingGreat British Gardens

British Scone Appreciation Society

Many thanks to the British Scone Appreciation Society for the review of our housemade scones.Continue readingBritish Scone Appreciation Society

Sunday Post

Applecross Walled Garden lies in the heart of the spectacular Applecross Estate in Wester Ross and is surrounded by mountains, rivers and forests. To get to this wee gem you have two choices: take the picturesque low-level route through Sheildaig and Kenmore or head up the shorter but nail-bitingly spectacular Bealach na Ba (or Pass…Continue readingSunday Post

Landscape Magazine

Nice wee article in Landscape magazine with our Brot Na Mara recipe!Continue readingLandscape Magazine

The Kitchen Garden

Pennie Latin visits the walled garden in Applecross. BBC RADIO SCOTLANDContinue readingThe Kitchen Garden

a Scots Larder

This place is all at once local success story, sanctuary and food hero. The walled garden from ‘the big house’ of Applecross Estate had fallen into such disrepair in the latter part of the 20th century that all that was really left were the walls, fruit trees and perimeter hedge. Then in 2001 a project…Continue readinga Scots Larder