Café and Restaurant Portfolio: Scotland


Cobbs delicious coffees and scrumptious cakes can be enjoyed at the following locations ...


Cobbs @ High Street Aviemore

Situated in the heart of the popular tourist resort of Aviemore, Cobbs is the ideal stop off when you are browsing the shops. Next door to Visit Scotland tourist information; you can't miss it. Here, you can chill out in soft leather chairs, or sit at one of the pavement tables and people watch for a while. A contemporary cafe with Brodies coffee, sandwiches and paninis with fillings to suit all tastes, and of course - our fantastic range of Cobbs home made cakes and traybakes. Come and enjoy Cobbs in this wonderful location.

Contact: Kevin Grigsby


Tel: 01479 811 266


Cobbs @ Glenmore Forest Park, CNP

Sitting at the foot of the mountains, in the woods close to Loch Morlich, Cobbs is part of the Interpretative and Information Centre for The Forestry Commission. If you wish to find out about what the Cairngorm National Park has to offer - walks and trails, mountain biking, adventures and disabled access - come and relax with some of our home baking, delicious range of tasty eats and home made soups, and warming mugs of tea and coffee. The food, fantastic surroundings and friendly staff will make sure you want to stop again.

Contact: Kevin Grigsby


Tel: 01479 861 700


Cobbs @ Sterling Furniture, Bridge of Don, Aberdeen

Close to the famous River Don in Aberdeen, and situated on the mezzanine level of Sterlings Home Store, this café is busy with locals and business people alike. The store has lots to offer; from gifts and soft furnshings, to kitchenware and designer furniture. Starting off or re-furnishing, a day at Sterling is a must - and all the better knowing you can have morning coffee, lunch, or afteroon tea without leaving the store! The full range of all Cobbs goodies and comfortable seating is on hand for you to take a time-out and mull over those important interior decisions.

Contact: Stania Rezabek

Tel: 01224 827 213


Cobbs @ Nevisport, Airds Crossing, Fort William

Under the shadow of Britains highest mountain - Ben Nevis - in 'The Outdoor Capital of the UK', is Cobbs @ Nevisport. For all your outdoor clothing and equipment required for a day in the mountains; this is a must. Upstairs, we have our café and restaurant selling all of the best Highland home baking and tasty soups and sandwiches. A great place to relax and ponder over the map to check out your next route, or to read the many mountaineering and outdoor books available in the shop. After a hard day on the hill, chill out in Cobbs friendly lounge bar in front of our real fire and (quite often) some good music! Great pub grub is also available at lunch time and in the evening, which is always frequented by friendly locals who all have a story to tell about "The Ben".

Contact: Sharon Fyfe


Tel: 01397 704 790


Cobbs @ The Botanical Gardens, Inverness

On the west side of Inverness close to The Caledonian Canal, The Rugby Club and Leisure Centre is Inverness's best kept secret; The Botanics, formerly known as The Floral Hall. Cobbs is right at the front of the building entrance and allows you free admission to the gardens and hot houses. Home to plants, trees and cactii from all over the world, a more relaxing place you will not find. Enjoy peace and tranquility sitting watching the Koi Carp swimming in their pond, and get lost in the blissful gardens. After your trip round, relax with a great variety of speciality teas and wonderful home baking. For something more substantial, there is always a delicous soup and tasty sandwich at the ready from the very friendly staff - a must before and after the cruise down the canal.

Contact: Cheryl

Tel: 01463 717 186


Cobbs @ Highland Industrial Supplies

Highland Industrial Supplies is the best known store on the Longman Industrial Estate, and indeed the Highlands. H.I.S., as it is known, serves the Highlands and Islands with all their needs in tools, machinery, building aids and ironmongery. Situated in the left hand corner of H.I.S is Cobbs - a very busy and affordable café and restaurant, famous for its award winning bacon rolls, "mega" breakfasts and its hearty lunch time specials. This is a great place for getting local information and meeting up with local tradesman, and even better to do it over a delicious coffee and Cobbs cake combo. Bustling with workers and locals looking for a good feed and rest in amongst their busy day; Cobbs at H.I.S is the place to be.

Contact: Anna Mcnair

Tel: 01463 235 972


Cobbs @ The Archie Foundation, Eastgate Centre, Inverness

Cobbs at Archies is an extremely popular coffee shop with a difference. It is a Charity Cafe, with part of the proceeds going to The Archie Foundation who are raising funds for a new state of the art childrens ward at Raigmore Hospital. It is situated on the lower level of the Eastgate Centre - shopping hub of the Highlands - next to the escalators, serving all of Cobbs favourites: homebaking, tasty deli sandwiches, baguettes and paninis made to order, salad bowls, baked potatoes, nachos, a selction of soups and a range of kids lunch choices. There is a large and comfortable seated area, with an exciting childrens play area to keep them entertained whilst mum and dad enjoy a minute of peace. So plan your days shopping in the Eastgate Centre with lunch in Cobbs at Archies, or take a half way break with tea and cake or just a soft drink, with the knowledge that you are contributing to a wonderful cause.

Contact: Maxine Rose

Tel: 01463 226 867


Cobbs @ Hilton Community Centre, Inverness

This is another unique cafe under the Archie banner linked with Cobbs. This is a softplay facility and café for children situated in a local community centre, so is ideal for mums and grandparents taking children out for the day, with the knowledge that their little angels are safe and having fun. They can observe the play area whilst they sit down and enjoy a morning coffee, light lunch or afternoon tea, with all of Cobbs high standard of catering. Again, part of the profit goes to the the fantastic Archie Foundation charity. There is also storytelling and information on child care and welfare available - make sure to telephone in advance to see what is on, and make a day of it!

Contact: Maxine Rose

Tel: 01463 226 867


Cobbs @ Queens View, Pitlochry

This coffee shop is situated close to one of Scotlands iconic viewpoints, Queens View, which was named after the wife of Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland and futher endorsed by a visit from Queen Victoria. The view point high on a hill overlooking Loch Tummel and over to Schieallion is magnificent, and a great photo opportunity. At the bottom of the viewpoint there is a café and restaurant, together with a small retail unit selling local and Scottish crafts. The site is owned by Forestry Commission with excellent interpretation in both buildings, and has recently been totally refurbished to a high standard. All of Cobbs favourites are on offer; homebaking, tasty soups, chunky sandwiches with a variety of appetising fillings, good coffee and hot chocolate - much needed and tasty refueling after a walk through the amazing woodlands of Highland Perthshire. Here at QueensView there is excellent parking for coaches and cars alike, the fee being redeemed at the cafe for the purchase of product.

Contact: Muhammed Zuhaib Saleem


Tel: 01796 474 188


Cobbs @ Marchmont, Edinburgh

In the heart of the capital, Marchmont is a well known part of the city, home to Edinburgh University students and young professionals alike. Close to the Meadows and within walking distance of Princes Street and the Old Town, Cobbs Marchmont is a contemporary coffee shop with a rustic, shabby chic appeal, showcasing upcycled furniture, incorporated industrial light fittings and a showstopping retro coffee machine. The ideal setting to chill out, relax, meet friends in convivial trendy surroundings, Cobbs Marchmont is going to be one of Edinburghs 'in' places. The full range of Cobbs home baking, amazing teas from Just Be Botanicals and also their unique chocolates will be on sale. A weekend or just a get together in different surroundings, but still handy for the city, it must be Cobbs Marchmont.

Contact: Linda Mackie


Tel: 0131 446 0188


Cobbs @ The Clansman Hotel, Loch Ness

This outlet is situated within The Loch Ness Clansman Hotel, uniquely perched on the hillside overlooking the loch. This stunning location is why it is known as "the hotel with the view". Cobbs café is situated at the far end of Loch Ness Gifts, a great shopping experience with a cracking array of single malt whiskys and prices which are the most affordable around the loch. A busy café with both prepared sandwiches and food made to order, heartwarming homemade soup, homemade pies and sausage rolls, and a range of local beers and soft drinks. This selection is not to be missed! As always at Cobbs, there is a delightful range of home baking, and a great take away service for those in a hurry to catch their coach or Loch Ness by Jacobite boat trip.

Contact: Kevin Reid


Tel: 01456 450 326


Cobbs @The Drumnadrochit Hotel, Drumnadrochit

Cobbs café within the Drumnadrochit Hotel is located right beside The Loch Ness Monster Exhibition Centre - a must visit in this area, which has got to top your to-do list! Excellent shopping at The Kiltmaker and Nessie Shop for those one off gifts to take home. The café does a range of hot meals at lunch time, as well as the usual soup and sandwiches, home baking and ice creams. There is also a restaurant upstairs for overflow, or bookings for groups and coach parties visiting the exhibition. Local beers and a wide selection of malts are also available - you know what they say... when in Scotland...! Boat trips on Deepscan can also be booked here at the reception. All in all, this is a great morning or afternoon stop, with plenty to see and do.

Contact: Chloe MacDonald


Tel: 01456 450 218


In the Park Restaurant @The Loch Ness Country House Hotel

This wonderful 2AA Rosette restaurant is situated in The Loch Ness Country House Hotel, offering a wide range of locally sourced products. Venison, beef, pork and Highland lamb are regulars on the menu, cooked with the care and expertise of Executive Chef Adam Dwyer and his team. The house speciality is seafood, and the salver of Fruits de Mer will have you talking about its flavour, taste and presentation for years to come. Morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and of course, dinner, are all catered for. In the Park is the destination of choice for many for that special celebration, anniversary, birthday or corporate event.. Weddings in our function suite are extremely popular given the supremity, serenity and grandure of the Country House grounds. When the weather is good, treat yourself to lunch or afternoon tea with champagne on the decking overlooking the sumptuous gardens and out towards Inverness-Shire.

Contact: Arran McMaster


Tel: 01463 230 512


Cobbs @ Sterling Furniture, London Road, Glasgow

At the East end of Glasgow, close to the Edinburgh motorway, is Sterling Furniture and Lifestyle. Here Cobbs have a very modern, contemporary café that is bustling with shoppers, business people, and passers-by, which has developed a great local reputation and trade. It is run by a charming, helpful and very popular couple - Paul and Lorraine - who are also a fountain of local knowledge! The café always has something interesting on the menu, as well as the usual fare of Cobbs homebaking, hearty home made soups, sandwiches, toasties and paninis. A great place to get away from it all in the wonderful surroundings of amazing chairs, couches, tables and home furnishings with lots of great designs to choose from. This is also an excellent place for business meetings as it is peaceful, close to the motorway and easy to find with plenty of free parking.

Contact: Paul Docherty


Tel: 0141 258 2458


Cobbs @ Elgin Library, Cooper Park, Elgin

Cobbs now brings its winning formula of home baking, homemade soups, a delicious range of teas and fresh Brodies coffee to the wonderful and pituresque Cooper Park in Elgin. This park has been a sanctuary for the folks and visitors to Elgin for many years, and its pleasant surroundings are ideal to chill out on one of the many benches, or to enjoy a leisurely walk. After your walk, stop off at Cobbs for coffee and cake, or something more substantial. This is definitely one of Elgin's hidden gems!

Contact: Fraser Campbell


Tel: 01456 450 067


Cobbs @ Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, Inverness

Situated in the Library and Art Gallery, this quiet and cosy coffee shop is the ideal spot for a break during your tour of the fantastic facility. Serving home baking, fresh real coffee and a range of teas, along with soups and a variety of filled sandwiches. This is another hidden gem in the city of Inverness, and well worth a visit to see the various artefacts and collections in the museum and exhibitions in the gallery. There is also a small retail section selling items relevant to the museum.

Contact: Maxine Rose

Tel: 01463 226 867