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Face masks required for staff in public areas
Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
Socially distanced dining tables
Staff required to regularly wash hands
Tables disinfected between guests
Single-use or sanitized menus
Updated 02/10/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
An Crùbh (the hub) was built by the community of Camuscross & Duisdale. There is a cafe with stunning views of the mainland, a shop (local produce, groceries, essentials and gifts), a flexible gathering space and a Post Office. All visitors welcome
All reviews cakes fish and chips quiche burger salad post office amazing views small shop great community sleat peninsula soup of the day adjoining shop modern building community space delicious lunch vegan options order at the counter
We were staying close by and popped in for lunch. Was definately a good choice. Great space, with nice views out. We had soup and followed up with some cake. Soup was really tasty as well as the warm bread served with it. Cake was...More
We had a delicious lunch here after arriving on the ferry. We just pulled in without doing any research and were pleasantly surprised. The cafe also has gorgeous views of the hills and you can sit outside to enjoy the view.
Oh and they were...More
Booked a table for lunch today, was here a couple of weeks ago so know the procedure in place
Got a good welcome on arrival and shown to table
Enjoyed soup of the day then a piece of quiche followed by a latte and a...More
We had lunch here on a beautiful sunny day. The cafe is light and airy inside but we opted to sit outside and enjoy the stunning views. I had the vegan beetroot hummus sandwich, my partner had the cooked breakfast. Both very tasty and with...More
Great stop off on Skye for late lunch. Service 2nd to none - very friendly staff, organised and totally C19 safe. 5 of 6 had the burger - home made and super tasty with home cooked roastie chips and very fresh salad. Sis in law...More
Date of visit: July 2020
sharoncW7813SW, General Manager at An Crubh, responded to this reviewResponded 31 July 2020
Thank you so much for your review & so glad you felt safe and enjoyed your lunch.
We spotted this while driving back from Torabhaig distillery but would not have stopped here if not encouraged by a local. It seemed to be in the middle of nowhere though not far out of a settlement as we realised later. The food was good,...More
Great wee community hub funded and run by the community with shop, cafe and function rooms. This is a contemporary build in a discreet rural setting can be missed from the road ... its setting with views across the countryside give a sense of isolatiion...More
Popped in for a quick lunch and was really impressed. Fabulous cullen skink, toasties and coffee. Enjoyed it so much called back the following night for takeaway fish and chips and black pud and chips. Both delicious.
Add to this great surroundings, really friendly staff...More
Came across this by accident when driving from Armadale – we couldn’t find anything to our taste there. This café is very modern, has lovely stone walls and huge expanses of glass which give amazing views out over Skye. But the best thing was the...More