The perfect place to grab a coffee or bite to eat
The Refuge Café, part of the Peterhead Prison Museum, is currently open to museum visitors situated within a unique location to enjoy a warming bowl of soup, tasty pastries, a range of coffee and tea, home bakes and other treats to suit everyone’s needs.
For things to do for children aged 5 or under during your café stop, please ask the café team at the point of sale.
At the Refuge Café we source 80% of our food from local & national suppliers to showcase Scotland’s finest food products from “field to fork”.
Our café team have visited suppliers to see how the produce is reared or produced, from Aberdeenshire Highland Beef, to Cambus o’ May Cheese factory, our local Hame Bakery to Caber Coffee’s main workshop in Aberdeen, we pride ourselves on getting to know our produce and suppliers.
We also offer seasonal produce such as the famous “Barra Berries” of Oldmeldrum and “Balmoral Game” in the heart of Aberdeenshire.
Moving to the national level we work closely with the teams at Fife Creamery and BID Food, who provide a range of products from the delicious Cobbs Cakes made in Drumnadrochit in Inverness-shire, to the tasty Maclean’s Oat Cakes of Forres on the Moray Coast.
Our “Today’s Special” board at times will include traditional Stovies, beetroot and oatcakes to Haggis, neeps and tatties, all made by McIntosh of Strathmore.