Discover Restaurants offering the best Cafe food in Stonehaven, Scotland, United Kingdom. Stonehaven (/stoʊnˈheɪvən/ ( listen); [stinˈhaiv] ( listen)) is a town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. It lies on Scotland's northeast coast and had a population of 11,602 (Scotland's Census 2011). After the demise of the town of Kincardine, which was gradually abandoned after the destruction of its royal castle in the Wars of Independence, the Scottish Parliament made Stonehaven the successor county town of Kincardineshire. Stonehaven had grown around an Iron Age fishing village, now the "Auld Toon" ("old town"), and expanded inland from the seaside. As late as the 16th century, old maps indicate the town was called Stonehyve, Stonehive, Pont also adding the alternative Duniness. It is known informally to locals as Stoney.
Things to do in Stonehaven
3 based on 207 reviews
At Kirktown Garden Centre we aim to take full advantage of this beautiful part of the world we live and work in & use local where we can. We offer a varied menu that has traditional Scottish favorites, homemade soups and sandwiches & kids menu. We have a
Visited Kirktown Garden Centre twice over the last few days. Both times food was excellent and, although busy, you couldn't complain about the service or time taken for the food to be served. Surprised at recent poor reviews as this certainly wasn't our experience there.
3 based on 187 reviews
Called into the Waterfront CafÃ© for tea and a delicious blackberry scone. There is a lovely outdoor seating area with tables set back, but overlooking the sea. There was a warning sign to beware of seagulls stealing food as food would not be replaced, but luckily no seagulls bothered me. On a sunny Saturday morning, the cafÃ© was very popular with the locals, although they were all sitting indoors, presumably to avoid the potential seagull menace! Reasonable prices. Friendly staff.
4 based on 40 reviews
We arrived in Stonehaven and went straight to the Old Pier and ordered some toasties take away and ate them as we walked along the beach ! Delicious ! Then we went back the next day for lunch and ordered a bagguette each and then an ice cream for dessert perfect for a day by the water !
4 based on 351 reviews
Had a scone and tea here whilst my daughter had a half serving of granola and my great grandson had a brownie and tea. We met up with friends here. The waiter was very friendly and efficient. The cook, whom the group had known since childhood asked us to taste some scones she had made with a different flavour. The consensus on these were that a little bit would be fine, but not too much as the flavour was very strong. This restaurant is well used by locals and visitors alike, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I would recommend eating here.
5 based on 73 reviews
Arduthie House is a beautiful 6-bedroom Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Stonehaven and is also a Tea Room, open to everyone, serving a wide selection of teas and coffees, homemade soup, quiche, and sandwich lunches and a wonderful array of homemade cakes
A couple of streets back from the Market Square, this wasnât easy for strangers to find but we were glad we did. The soup was delicious as were the scones. Service was really friendly and we felt valued as customers. There is a good mixture of comfortable seating, tables and outside seating as well. Worth finding!
4 based on 272 reviews
We had just popped into town for a quick lunch, coming over the hill from Dunnottar, and spied this place. We got there just before the Sunday lunch rush, so getting a table was no problem. We encountered exceptionally friendly service, excellent food - since we were seaside we thought that something aquatic was in order, and a cake trolley they happily wheeled around for us to make a takeaway selection from. Iâve yet to eat the custard cream, but I am very much looking forward to it. Superb experience, made my day.
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