Scottish High Tea
Scottish High Tea
is usually served between 3pm and 7pm and is served in many hotels throughout Aberdeenshire and other parts of Scotland. Dishes served will vary from place to place, but usually consists of toast/bread/rolls served with each course, soup or similar starter, main meal, a choice of puddings and then a huge plate of biscuits, cakes and fancies. Cups of tea are served throughout.
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Strathbeg House Hotel St Fergus
The best high tea (and lunches) we've had has been at Strathbeg House Hotel in St Fergus. The review below was written when it was a hotel and restaurant. About Aberdeen now think it is a house of multiple occupancy and static caravan site.
The service has always been exceptional and the food always first class. Their prices are very reasonable. For example, at lunchtime, a large plate of homemade Scotch broth is only £1.60 and very filling and their mince and tatties is under £5 and would make Oor Wullie get off his bucket to reach for his fork!
Strathbeg House Hotel has ample parking and access for the disabled. They have a courtesy bus available upon request. If your belly is too full after your high tea then no need to fret - there are en-suite bedrooms available! Strathbeg also has a function room suitable for wedding receptions, parties and conferences.
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Strathbeg House Hotel
How To Get To Strathbeg House Hotel
Directions - You can reach the Strathbeg House Hotel by travelling along the A90 towards Fraserburgh and the Hotel is on the left hand side after the village.
Local attractions include the RSPB Reserve
at Loch of Strathbeg.
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