The House of Bruar
47 locals recommend
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Brilliant shopping. A wonderful day out. Everything you could possibly want in one place a one stop shop for country living: tweeds, corduroys, coats, hats, bags and boots, cashmere, dog beds, coats, furnishing, antiques and a wonderful restaurant. Outside dining. Superb fish. One hour drive…
A great stopping place on the way North. They sell all kinds of upmarket country wear, as well as fine local produce and a good cafe. If you are up for a waterfall walk, the falls of Bruar are just behind it.
This is a favourite place of mine for browsing, shopping and eating. I’m not the only one though! It’s is a hugely popular stop on the A9 in the same location as Blair Castle. There are ladies and gents clothing, shoes and handbags, homeware, fishing section, art collection, speciality food, wines,…
This is a national institution. Food. Tweed. Clothes. Cashmere. All the best Scottish things...
Department store with classic tweed clothing & outdoor wear, gifts, a food hall and fish & chip shop. Lovely woodland walks to the famous Falls of Bruar.
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