All places listed have Covid-safe regulations in place – but check individual opening hours in advance 1 The Meikleour Arms, Meikleour, Perthshire A9, 16 mins from Stanley junction The pretty village of Meikleour is a convenient stop on the journey between Inverness and Edinburgh. Much of the food at the Meikleour Arms comes from the estate – vegetables grown in the walled garden, venison from the nearby forest – and scallops are collected by hand on the west coast. The village is famous for the Meikleour Beech Hedge, officially the tallest and longest on Earth, so have a look if you’re stopping. 2 Loch Leven’s Larder, Kinross-shire M90, 4 mins from junction 8 The scenery, with views over Loch Leven, makes a diversion here worthwhile. Set on a family-run farm, the Larder has a food hall stocked with local cheese and other products, an artisan bakery, an ice-cream bar and the family-friendly Larder cafe. Families can stretch legs on the heritage trail. If time is short, the Greenhouse cafe offers takeaways. 3 Tebay Services, Orton, Cumbria M6, just north of junction 38 Surrounded by the Cumbrian hills, family-owned Tebay is a showcase for good motorway services. There’s a farm shop… Read full this story
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