The Kimberley Inn boasts a wide range of Scots malt whisky, gin and craft and cask beers to accompany its local Scottish food. Bliss!
Overlooking beautiful Findhorn Bay. The picturesque village of Findhorn boasts pretty houses, winding streets a tiny harbour and a golden sandy beach. Heaven!
Ship shape! We arrived on a blustery day to a roaring fire and a warm welcome. The inn, though quaint, is a great place for all the family – dogs, too.
Swift, friendly, and professional. We had plenty of time to study the menu and specials board and our waitress was happy to offer suggestions.
Plenty of mouth-watering choices. Vegans, vegetarians and those who need to be gluten-free are all well catered for, as are lovers of meat and fish.
Phenomenal! For starters we opted for seafood chowder and brie wedges. Both were delicious. My guest went for beef chilli for her main, while I couldn’t resist the mussels. This restaurant sources all of its dishes locally and uses only fresh seasonal, sustainable produce. While my guest rated her chilli among the best she’s had, my mussels were off-the-scale delicious, served in a white wine, garlic and cream sauce. And while the options for desert were tantalising, we were stuffed to the gunnels.
The inn dates back to 1777 and oozes character, built with natural stone, and featuring traditional square-paned windows overlooking the bay and it has extensive wood panelling inside, giving it an olde-worlde marine vibe. On a fine day, there is no better place to dine than the outside terrace with the sun striking the sea silver and boats bobbing at their moorings.
With drinks our bill for two came to just over £48. We sailed away happy!
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