7   H A R B O U R  S T R E E T. P L O C K T O N.

   
 
   
 


The local shop, Plockton Stores is small but well-stocked and they have an excellent selection of wines and whiskies. There is a large co-op supermarket in Kyle five miles away for a wider range of provisions. There are shops in Kyle for fresh baked goods and a first rate butcher’s shop. The Butcher stocks Aberdeen Angus beef and the best Scottish haggis in Scotland which comes from Dingwall, near Inverness. The local paper shop in Plockton stocks all the major tabloid, broadsheet newspapers and magazines and also a selection of gift items and cards.   Plockton has its own artist’s gallery, the Studio, which has an extensive range of gifts, cards, art work and local jewellery.

The Plockton Post Office is near the Old Pier. Opening times vary in winter and in summer.   Internet access is available for a small fee although Number 7 has broadband internet access for its guests.   There is also internet access at library in the Village Hall.

         
         
   
The Studio
www.plockton.com
  Art Gallery
www.plocktongallery.co.uk
  Plockton Inn
www.plocktoninn.co.uk
         
 

Fresh fish and prawns can be purchased at the Old Pier when the local boats come in at around 3 p.m. Further details are provided in the welcome book at the house.  A fish van comes to the village every week and carries a large selection of fresh and smoked fish.  A Butchers van comes to the village on Wednesday and sells outstanding Aberdeen Angus beef and local lamb.

There is a mobile Royal Bank of Scotland van that visits the village every Monday.  Foreign currency and travellers cheques can be exchanged at the Plockton Store.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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