Local Produce

Buying local is kinder to the environment, fresher, more sustainable and tastes amazing!

Produce from Ardnamurchan

Cut down on food miles and enjoy fresh food that’s been made with love while supporting the local community. We’ve got lots of delicious local produce in Ardnamurchan and across the water to Tobermory for you to enjoy!

Kilchoan Produce Market

The Kilchoan Produce market is held throughout the summer at the Kilchoan Community Centre. Head down to enjoy an excellent range of fresh produce and local crafts that are being made in west Ardnamurchan.

The Kilchoan Bakery

The Kilchoan Bakery is a newly established micro-bakery located on the Ardnamurchan peninsula, Scotland’s most westerly point. They specialise in artisan crafted bread, including sourdough and foccacia, as well as a variety of traditional loaves and fresh pastries. All of the ingredients we use are organic wherever possible.

They sell their bread at the West Ardnamurchan Produce Market, at the Community Garden Shop and by direct order.

Hughie’s Pork, Bacon and Sausages

Buy delicious, fresh meat which has been reared locally. You can really taste the difference in fresh meat which you know has had a joyous existence, taking in the sea views in the village of Kilchoan and being fed by friendly, local farmer, Hughie Maclachlan.
Hughie sells his produce at the Kilchoan Produce Market.

West Ardnamurchan Community Garden

Three miles out of Kilchoan on the lighthouse road you’ll find the West Ardnamurchan Community Garden. A beautiful garden growing delicious, fresh, organically grown fruit and vegetables which can be bought from their ’24 hour’ shop beside the garden.

Orders can be placed by e-mailing wacommunitygarden@gmail.com

You can find out more about the garden on their Facebook page


Produce from the Isle of Mull

Tobermory Fish Company

The Tobermory Fish Company sells delicious smoked fish, shellfish and a range of delicious local produce. Their seafood is freshly caught from the surrounding, clear Hebridean waters, cured in the finest natural salts and spices and smoked over hardwood to traditional family recipes. The Tobermory Fish Company is a fifteen minute walk from the ferry in Tobemory bay, at Unit 7, Baliscate.

You can find more information about the Tobermory Fish Co on their website Tobermory Fish Company 

Isle of Mull Cheese

The Sgriob-ruadh farmhouse, shop and cafe make a delicious range of traditional, artisan cheeses, with fresh milk from their cows. You can visit the Sgriob-ruadh farm (PA75 6QD) to see the cheese making process, from milking the cows to seeing the cheeses maturing in their underground cellar. There is also a lovely cafe. If you’re short on time to visit the farm you can purchase their cheeses in several shops in Tobermory, or order online.
You can find more information about Isle of Mull Cheese on their website http://www.isleofmullcheese.co.uk

Tobermory Bakery

The Tobermory Bakery sells fresh bread, freshly filled rolls, hot soups and pastries. They have a large range of local meats, products and treats in their shop. They also serve breakfast, lunch, cakes and coffee in their cosy cafe overlooking the bay.

You can find more information about the Tobermory Bakery on their Facebook https://www.facebook.com/tobermorybakery/

Isle of Mull Ice Cream

Isle of Mull Ice Cream make a wonderful range ice creams with milk from the local diary farm Sgriob-ruadh, and using delicious local ingredients like Tobermory whisky! Pop in for an ice cream or order a tub to take home. You’ll find them on Tobermory main street beside the clock tour.

You can find more information about Isle of Mull Ice cream on their Facebook http://www.isleofmullicecream.co.uk

Tobermory Distillery

Established in 1798, Tobermory Distillery is one of the oldest commercial distilleries in Scotland, and home to two world renowned, whiskies, Tobermory, and Ledaig. You’ll find the distillery at the far end of Tobermory harbour, where you’ll have the chance to see the whisky making process, sample the goods, and buy a bottle straight from the source.

You can find more information about the Tobermory Distillery at http://tobermorydistillery.com