Tea@TheShee is the home hub of Glenshee Ski Centre, open all year round, our main base café has become a brunch destination for motorcycle clubs, car rallys, cyclists and those who are travelling the North East Coast 250 route or travelling along the #snowroads.
Situated on the old military road between Blairgowrie and Braemar, Tea@TheShee is the ideal pit stop whether you are looking for a delicious freshly prepared lunch, afternoon tea and cake or a take away coffee for the road.
Each day our dedicated team prepare a menu compromising of both hot and cold dishes from breakfast items, pies and soups to burgers, salads, sandwhiches, snacks and sweet treats.
Gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options are available, please ask our staff about dietry requirements.
We are proud to be part of a wider community, and use our local Braemar Butcher, Neil Menzies who supplies our burgers and meat products, and Tower Bakery of Perth for all our bakery needs.
During peak times you may find the burger van outside serving anything from filled rolls , burgers and hot drinks.
Enjoy a cold beer on a summers day with the Cairngorms National Park as your view or why not add a little rum or baileys to your hot chocolate or Coffee after a full day ski or snowboarding...Did someone say "Apré Ski"?
Travel along the #SnowRoads and take in 90-miles of one of the most scenic routes in Scotland. The route begins at Blairgowrie, travelling along the highest road in Britain, weaving through the spectaular mountains of the Cairngorms National Park and making its way to Grantown-On-Spey.
The journey connects with other picturesque and traditionally scottish towns of Braemar, Ballater and Tomintoul, all of which offer natural beaut of the Highlands of Scotland as well as activities for all the family.#SnowRoads