This was a nice stop off for a hearty sandwich and a hot cuppa. A very comfortable cafe with friendly staff.
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Afternoon tea at this charming cafe on the station platform was lovely. Everything was home made and delicious. The Zabaglioni cake had so much alcohol in I had to think twice about driving! Staff are knowledgeable and attentive but not overly so. Dogs are welcome...More
lovely cafe, cosy cushions and ambience enjoyed pots of tea complete with hot water to top-up (that we didn't have to request) delicious apricot slice and chocolate cake super spot to visit, just relax, enjoy the view, watch a train arrive and depart
Called on way to the Lakes from north east - mid afternoon after night shift so opted for the dry cured sweet bacon sandwich which hit the spot and washed down by an afternoon tea. My partner was in high tea mode so had the...More
Have visited this restaurant many times but its going down hill fast - quality of food was very average and for the area not that good value (my sandwich had one dry slice one moist slice and the soup was thin and tasteless) - atmosphere...More
I havent been here for some time and now wonder why it took so long to go back and enjoy a meal at this restaurant. we all had a great meal, good service and a really enjoyable crac with the owner Gordon. I had some...More
Advertised on their website as being open from March to October between 9.00am and 5.00pm seven days a week. We turned up at 4.00pm on Wednesday 28th August to find it closed. They did offer to give us a carry out of fish and chips...More
The highest standards you can imagine. Such a pride in the appearance and service is rarely encountered. The toilets may be outside but they are superbly maintained and are a model of cleanliness. We noted that the business is up for sale - such a...More
A surprisingly large menu for such a small venue. The food was excellent. The owners have clearly aimed at an Edwardian feel for this former railway station, giving an eccentric but wonderful charm. Reading an earlier comment about moldy toilets, this I found mystifying.
Great cafe on the road from Penrith to Melmerby - highly recommended by a friend - glad I stopped by. Nice to have a traditional cup of tea and Kendal Mint Cake in a cafe of nostalgic, traditional ambience!! I would recommend anyone travelling by...More