Where to Eat

Fine entertainment deserves fine food and there is plenty of opportunity to eat out during the Festival.

Formartine’s, Mrs Smith’s and the NTS Tearoom at Haddo are open throughout the week to satisfy your appetite whatever your need – whether you want a light meal, a snack, coffee and cake or something more substantial.

 

National Trust for Scotland Tearoom

Open for morning coffees, light lunches, snacks and teas

National Trust Scotland Tearoom

Formartine's

Set in stunning woodland on the Haddo Estate, and only a short 5 minute drive from Haddo House, Formartine’s Shop & Eatery is the ideal place to visit during the Haddo Arts Festival for a bite to eat, and some light refreshments.

Open daily from 9.30am – 5.30pm, serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, and afternoon teas. Sunday roast from 12 noon. The shop is full to the brim with the finest local produce and has a fantastic deli and cheese counter.

Formartine's

Mrs Smith's at Haddo

Open daily 10am – 5pm weekdays, 10:30am – 5pm weekends.

Mrs Smith is very pleased to be open at Haddo Country Park, throughout the Haddo Arts Festival.

Our traditional stone shop was once the machinery store for Haddo House until it was converted into an estate shop and we have now set up a cakeshop and baking kitchen there to complement the existing services offered to Haddo visitors by both the NTS and Formartine’s.

At Haddo, Mrs Smith’s provide take away Fair Trade coffees, teas and fine cake and baked treats, soups, sandwiches and wraps as well as locally crafted gifts, artwork, soft drinks and ice cream.

Mrs Smith's at Haddo