Aurora Bed & Breakfast
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With a love of good food and cooking, the philosophy is to use fresh good quality, local, organic produce and cook it simply and seasonally – where possible. A strong belief in slow, ethical food and minimal food miles means I grow some of the produce and source as much locally as possible. Many of the ingredients are sourced within a 70 mile radius. If there is a choice, I go for the more ethical option e.g. organic eggs rather than free range. 

Breakfasts are served 8-9am in the architect designed dining room; around a large communal table so that people can meet to exchange ideas and get to know each other.

It is useful to know if you will require packed lunches in advance, as I bake the bread and cook hams. If you prefer to make your own pack up, I will happily equip you with a chopping board and knives so you can make your packed lunches at the dining table. There is a fridge on the landing for you to keep your own ingredients fresh.

Compared to urban areas the choice of places to eat here is limited, with some of the best places being up to an hours drive away. For your first night eat locally, after that combine great food with your day out and about - just ask for my recommendations. Seafood is a specialty of the area. You may find that food options tend to finish slightly earlier throughout the Highlands at around 8.30pm. The end of October through to Easter - there are not many places open to eat.

Fine dining can be had at the Tigh an Eilean &The Torridon Hotel Restaurants. 

Tasty local produce, home-cooked food

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