Will you be feeling Cὸsagach at The Peat Inn?

Today I read an article about Cὸsagach. It would appear that with the hype of Hygge I completely missed out on the Scottish version which, if you know or have even met me briefly, surprises me as much as it does you. According to Visit Scotland Cὸsagach means “snug,...

Whisky Month in Scotland

May is Whisky Month in Scotland. As good news goes, that’s as heart warming to us as spring sunshine. Of course, this being Scotland, most of May so far has been marred by rain and wind. A quick perusal of our single malt list reveals a selection of 53 Scotch...

Easter Eggs

As any child can tell you, there are three days of the year when eating chocolate for breakfast is not only acceptable, but to be actively embraced: these, of course, are Christmas day, Birthdays and, perhaps most obvious of all, Easter Sunday. If you’re eating...

Wild Foraged Herbs

Lighter mornings and brighter evenings are a welcome sight every spring but it is only when the first wild garlic leaves start to sprout that I feel that gentler weather is really pushing winter to one side. Follow your nose through the dappled shaded areas on a walk...

New website!

It’s only February but at The Peat Inn we already have various few new exciting developments coming to fruition. You are actually using the first of these right now: our new website. This has been under construction (and re-construction!) since the autumn and now that...