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Logie Steading, Forres

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
The individual businesses at Logie include Secondhand Bookshop, Antique Restoration, Art Gallery & Gifts, Creative Textiles, Seasonal Farm & Garden Shop, Crafts, Whisky & Wine and the Olive Tree Café where the menu is full of homemade fare.
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  • Well worth visiting with its range of Artisan shops and Restaurant. Simply browse at your own pace and breath in your surroundings. Meticulously kept buildings and surroundings well worth visiting and...  read more »
  • A old but modernised courtyard barn complex with a mix of shops, food, wine and whiskeys, cafe and coffee house, fantastic second hand book shop, antiques and garden center - more than enough to fill ...  read more »
  • I make annual visits to Scotland, and every time include a visit to Logie Steading. Set in lush green grounds with a beautiful garden to wander through, it is so relaxing, with many attractions offeri...  read more »
  • Beautiful place...lovely little cafe and some very interesting shops.
  • Helligog is the most fab craft and artisans shop in the district. A place of magical beautiful things!
  • I've been a regular at Logie Steading for a few years now. It's a brilliant place to stop for a few hours for lunch and combine with a walk along the river. I've always loved the 2nd hand bookshop which is the sort of place you can get lost in for hours, and the new whisky and wine shop is my other big favourite- so many temptations! There's also a really nice farm shop where you can buy some treats to bring home for supper.
  • The Olive Tree cafe , the food is always fresh, seasonal and very very good. I live in Birmingham and have a 2nd home in Forres and this is the number one lunch venue for many locals. I can recommend the venison burger and steak sandwich with a hot chocolate drink. The homemade soup is also very popular and is very tasty. Best to book a table or arrive for an early lunch as tables get filled quickly. The staff are friendly and helpful and the food is always worth waiting for.
  • Lovely cafe with craft and art outlets alongside. Good starting point for 3.4km circular walk to Randolphs Leap a geologically important site influenced by Rivers Divie and Spey.
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