Heritage Bakehouse is an artisan bakery in Oban, Scotland. We use heritage organic flours to create wonderful flavoursome bread.

Christmas gift vouchers available.


Selection Of What We Do


We offer free delivery on Wednesdays to homes and businesses in the surrounding area, including: Taynuilt, Benderloch, Barcaldine, Appin, Dunbeg, Connel, Oban. Deliveries further away can be arranged with delivery charge, or postage.

White organic traditional wheat flour pan or round with sunflower seeds. Soft and crusty all at the same time. A rye starter for added depth of flavour.

Organic short baguette, perfect for a picnic on the banks of our beautiful lochs.

Organic Rye. Delicious with bold flavours such as venison sausages and sauerkraut or humous, olive and avocado.

Khorasan and Linseed. Nutty flavour and deliciously soft.

Whole spelt and poppy seed pan loaf. An everyday favourite. Spelt is mild sweet and nutty.

Light rye with caraway seeds. Creamy bread with the perfect accompaniment of the complex caraway flavour.

cinnamon buns

Dark chocolate and date Babka
Cardamon and lemon buns


Online delivery service

If you are visiting Oban, you can find our bread in the following shops:

Millstones health food shop, High St, Oban

GoNaked Ltd, Stevenson St, Oban (In shop and online delivery service)

Taste of Argyll, George St, Oban

Oban Food Hub, online shopping.

How long does sourdough keep?

Sourdough lasts for several days due to the high hydration of the dough. Keep it in the paper bag it comes in for two days to keep the crustiness. Then transfer to a plastic bag to stop it drying out. Sourdough makes amazing toast. You can also revive the bread to its initial freshness after a few days by putting it in the oven for a few minutes

It also freezes very well, so if you buy a large loaf you can slice it and freeze half of it. You can take it out a slice at a time and toast it from frozen.

Contact details

Tracey Law

01631 720293‬



Oban area, Argyll, Scotland

Why You’ll Love Us

I am a naturopath, interested in producing nutritious and healthy food. I have been experimenting with all of the heritage flours, Emmer, Einkorn, Khorasan, Maris Widgeon, Rye and Spelt.  Sourdough is much kinder on the gut than modern yeasted wheat bread. The wild yeasts get to work on the carbohydrate and start breaking it down during the long fermentation stage. By the time it reaches the gut is is easy to digest. The wholegrain flour has a high nutritional content.

Individual sourdough requests may be able to be accommodated. Please contact me.

  • Delicious
  • Ethical
  • Sustainable

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“hello, I love your bread”


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Looks delicious and tastes even better!”


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Spelt loaf with ham and mustard so good”


malden salt

Sea salt is used in all loaves, supporting UK supplier, Malden.

water distiller

Distilled water is used in our bread because it is pure water, no chlorine, limescale etc which could taint the taste of the bread.

What is in our sourdough?

Organic heritage flour, sea salt, distilled water from our distiller. That is it! Unless of course we add organic seeds or nuts etc to add to our tasty breads!


Scottish Bannocks

100 g plain flour 65g beremeal  2 tsp bicarbonate of soda 1/2 tsp cream of tartar 1/4 tsp sugar 1/4 tsp salt 115 g medium oatmeal 1 tbsp butter buttermilk or natural yogurt as required INSTRUCTIONS  preheat oven to 180C if using and grease a baking tray Sift the flour, bicarbonate of soda, cream of tartar, salt and sugar into a large bowl Add the oatmeal and and beremealContinue reading “Scottish Bannocks”

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