The Station House Cafe is now open for business and we welcome you!
Saint Mary Street
We have a menu that features the best food of the season, in partnership with our local producers. We have also created a takeaway menu, ideal for business meetings or food on the go!
To add to your experience, the cafe is situated in the simply stunning Station House building constructed in 1864. Lots of original features such as the walls and windows are being carefully preserved. A little piece of Scottish history.
Feel free to read our reviews on our TripAdvisor page, or if you've visited us, please leave your thoughts!
Station House is hiring for the Cafe!
We’re really pleased to announce that the kitchens are now operational and we are working on the menu for the ‘soon to open’ Station House Cafe.
It was great to get support at the Kirkcudbright Food Festival 2016 from local MSP Emma Harper. Thank you for coming on the day and meeting the local producers who make Dumfries and Galloway great.
It was really nice of Nick Nairn to pop in to Station House recently during the Kirkcudbright Food Festival. He’s a really nice guy and passionate about local produce.
Fancy a beautiful slice of bread with a taste of Eastern Europe? Then buckwheat bread is a great alternative and tastes fantastic. Absolutely heavenly when toasted and slathered in honey. It is also a great conduit for stronger more mature cheeses. Buckwheat flour has a quite distinctive flavour and beautiful earthy quality. It rounds out […]
A Highland Wedding Tradition When my friend and housemate from Ballymaloe Cookery School, Katie, got married I was absolutely bummed that I couldn’t’t be there, so I wanted to research and dedicate a post to Katie and her groom, Nick, wishing them joy and happiness from their wedding day onwards. Slushy stuff over, let’s talk […]