Coories became a film set for a film called Christmas in Scotland.
We were so intrigued and excited when we got an e-mail from Jiki at Heehaw productions asking if they could use Coorie’s for a Christmas film.
It’s hard to beat a trip to the seaside.
When we designed our hotel decor we wanted to ensure our rooms were bright and airy with a relaxed coastal charm.
We love events at Coories!
There is something magical about Coories at nightime. The twinkling of the lights and candles turn our bustling cafe into a romantic relaxed cosy space in the evenings.
We adore our four legged visitors at Coories!
Before we opened it was really important for us to be a dog friendly cafe! Dogs certainly live up to being a ‘man’s best friend’ and they are such an important part of the family that how could they not be included!
What a year!
Opening during a pandemic we had no idea what to expect and we would be lying if we said we weren’t nervous or anxious. But you blew us away! This year has surpassed everything we dreamt of and more.
Opening Coorie has been a dream of mine for several years.
My passion is for friendly personal service along with offering food that comes from the heart. I wanted to create a welcoming, ‘coorie’ stop where you can eat, drink and gather with your loved ones with emphasis on a relaxed friendly service so you can sit back, relax and let us look after you.
Coorie (ku:ri) enjoying life the Scottish way
Gaelic translation to nestle or snuggle, to be cosy
‘Coorie’ is a Gaelic word meaning to nestle or snuggle but it’s taken on a different meaning recently. The word has evolved from its origin to a lifestyle trend, the Scottish equivalent of the Danish Hygge, of appreciating Scotland’s beauty and what it has to offer.