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Isle of Mull Cheese, Tobermory

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4.2/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web
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  • Large conservatory cafe. Closed now till April. Shop is based on an honesty box and is still open, Car park opposite. Unmade road. 
  • Been years ago and it has greatly improved. Friendly hipster staff, quality fresh food at a good price. Lovely glass barn covered in vines. Archie the resident hound is class!! 
  • The Glass Barn is a tea room on a working farm on the Isle of Mull, Scotland. The building itself is a big glass greenhouse with grape vines growing over the interior walls and ceiling. It is beautifu...  read more »
  • Lovely to see the farm where the cheese is made. Staff very friendly and welcoming. The cafe is beautiful with amazing cakes, teas and coffees. There some Scottish cheese for sale with some local meat and produce from the farm and kitchen.
  • There's not a huge range of cheese, but you can pick up a few local varieties as well as some meats and other accompaniments. It's a great place for lunch on a good day, worth the trip out of Tobermory if you have a car.
  • A great place for coffee and cake or something to eat. The tiffin was amazing! But we were expecting more of a cheese shop from the leaflet. It is more of a coffee shop with a small cheese fridge in it.
  • We've stayed here for a week in May every year since the cottages opened. We really enjoy being around the farm - seeing the animals, watching milking. It's also a great base for exploring Mull. The cottages are nice and the cheese is good too :).
  • Went with a lot of expectations after reading through their website. Not worth making the trip here in winter with them being closed. Stone cheese and condiments left in a fridge with an honesty box and price list, but most of what they sell here is available in other shops in the region. There's also a self guided tour for £2.50 which is a bit lame. Might be a different experience in summer though.
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