Kiltearn Heritage

Kiltearn Community Collage

The Storehouse of Foulis, Foulis Ferry, Evanton, Ross-shire, IV16 9UX.  Tel 01349 830038

Fresh seasonal produce in a beautiful setting. Delicious home-cooked meals.  Full Scottish breakfasts and Sunday lunches.  Award-winning cakes and pastries.  Picnic service.  Food hall and gift shop.  Clan Museum.

Kiltearn History - The Storehouse of Foulis

The Storehouse of Foulis, situated on the A9 north of the Cromarty Firth road bridge and approximately two miles from the village of Evanton, comprises a replica of the original ferryman's cottage (now a restaurant and farm shop) and the adjacent girnal, or grain store, where tenants of the surrounding estates brought their grain for storage prior to shipment to ports such as Leith. The girnal now houses a multi-media exhibition about Clan Munro, its people and its lands - an appropriate location since Foulis Castle, the historic private home of successive Chiefs of Clan Munro, is nearby.


The restaurant, which seats 80 and is licensed, serves a full range of excellent value, high quality home-made meals and snacks, specialising in local produce. An associated picnic area affords the visitor an opportunity to dine beside the Firth while watching the seals for which the place is famous.

Also within the girnal a business facility is available for up to 30 persons.

Completely private, the dedicated meeting room is housed within this historic 18th century building and is available for half day or full day hire.

Wireless internet access is available throughout the property which means groups or individuals can access the net anywhere in the building, or perhaps from the picnic tables adjacent to the restaurant and overlooking the firth.

Lunch and snacks can be served either privately in the meeting room or at a table reserved within the restaurant.

Evening functions for up to 80 guests can also be catered for.

For further details contact Quintin Stevens at The Storehouse on 01349 830038.

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