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Between The Lines Book & Coffee Shop

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Sheila K wrote a review Mar 2020
Great Dunmow, United Kingdom24 contributions23 helpful votes
A great independent bookshop. Lots of choice of books, all the latest publications. Friendly service. Really good coffee and cake.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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EveWitham_Essex wrote a review Jun 2018
Witham, United Kingdom55 contributions17 helpful votes
Wonderful little shop, but filled with all sorts of books, lovely tea and cake and the most delightful ladies who run/own it. A real find!
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Date of experience: June 2018
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TenMileBank wrote a review Nov 2017
Downham Market, United Kingdom316 contributions89 helpful votes
What more could you ask for? Stopped off on a journey from Norfolk to Essex. Well worth the detour on country lanes away from the M11. Proper tea in a pot wirh china cups. Very civilised.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Mrs R. wrote a review Feb 2017
Great Bardfield, United Kingdom11 contributions10 helpful votes
A lovely bookshop with conversational and welcoming staff. Scrumptious coffee and cake. Quaint and quiet.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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TheWholeClan wrote a review Sep 2016
Littley Green, United Kingdom41 contributions31 helpful votes
Tasty cake, great soft drinks, simple and sweet and worth a visit. The shop floor is tiny but even so welcoming and full of interesting trinkets to tempt you into buying. A couple of seats outside offer a sunny view of the village too.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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