About Us

The Campbell's Story

In 2014 Campbell's was founded by Reece Campbell and his brother Lewis, who were raised in the next door village of Newton of Falkland. In 2013 the building which now houses Campbell's was a pharmacy. They had a vision of transforming the historic premises into a thriving coffee shop to serve the village of Falkland, its residents and its many visitors. 

Campbell's Today

Since 2014, Reece and his team have developed a kitchen that marries Scotland's finest ingredients and culinary traditions with contemporary flavours and techniques

The result is a menu of timeless dishes and home-cooked favourites, alongside seasonal specials.

The Campbells Building Through the Years

The building in which Campbells sits has historically been known as The Old Town House and has been central to Falkland Village life throughout the years. 

For many years it was the Co-operative Society Grocers, a role which was brought back to life for the filming of the global hit TV series "Outlander", based on the bestselling series of books by Diana Gabaldon.  Read more below!

Campbell's in Outlander

Much of the early magic of the Outlander TV series came to life in Falkland, and Campbell’s featured in Seasons 1 and 2.

In Season 1, Falkland transported viewers to 1940s Inverness, the scene of Frank and Claire’s honeymoon. Who could forget the memorable scene where Jamie’s ghost watches Claire at her window? The guesthouse where the couple stayed is in fact the Covenanter Hotel. Jamie is seen leaning on the Bruce Fountain, directly in front of Campbell’s. Campbell’s Coffee House became Campbell's Tea Rooms for Season 1 filming. 

At the very end of Season 2, in the episode Dragonfly in Amber, Campbell’s was transformed into a greengrocers! Falkland Town Hall doubled as the place where Claire, Brianna, and Roger delve into their quest for Jamie’s records. 

Falkland Palace's East Range cellars were also a pivotal location in the Season 2 episode ‘The Hail Mary’. Claire's search for medical supplies leads her to a meeting with Mary Hawkins in what was transformed into an old-world apothecary. If you’re eager to relive that moment, the Palace now offers an interactive apothecary experience in the very room Outlander showcased.