Celebrate “You” and take a casual walk down to Cove Country Store if you’re nearby, pick yourself a nice affordable gourmet meal, and dine with your family or friends. We’d love to catch up! Everybody tries their best to eat the right stuff, and either to maintain their weight or lose a bit. Well Jackson... Continue Reading →
Sweet Tooth’s listen up...
Jackson’s advice to anyone of any age is to always remember that: “friends who play together, stay together.” He also suggests stopping into our shop for one of our many gourmet selections of Scottish Inverawe fish to share with your best friends this week....they’ll definitely appreciate it!
Bronze Age Archeological discovery
Scotland’s Cove Country Store offers a variety of wine, beer, gin, and even a few single malt whiskies. But Jackson suggests you think before you drink, or you could end up looking like this after a few too many! “Could have been the whiskey, might have been the gin, could have been the three or... Continue Reading →
Scotland’s Cove Country Store, located on the Roseneath Peninsula likes to carry more than just your everyday kind of foods. And recently, there’s plenty of new gourmet foods on the shelves, in the refrigerator and freezer sections, but they go quickly. Inverawe Smoked Peppered Mackerel Inverawe Smoked Trout Inverawe Roast Smoked Salmon Pate Inverawe Roast... Continue Reading →
Jackson, the terrier mascot of Cove Country Store knows the shop well since he is often sleeping quietly in the back while Cheryl mans the shop and until Paul can get by to whisk Jackson away on one of the many adventures that a dog can have while living on the Rosneath Peninsula! And since... Continue Reading →
Cove Country Store is proud to offer Highland Cookhouse (HC) gourmet foods. HC was launched in November 2015 by Quintin and Michelle Stevens, and Ian and Sabine Richards - United by their love of great tasting food using the finest, fully traceable ingredients from the local area, they are dedicated to delivering real Highland meals... Continue Reading →