Situated down a side-street off the main shopping area, many people must have walked past here without a second glance, or being aware of the treasures inside.
There are so many nooks and crannies and hidden alcoves, both downstairs and (the under-used) upstairs, that one can almost literally lose oneself. A mug of good coffee, a paper from the well-stocked racks, a seat in front of one of the log fires, and one can easily while-away a couple of hours on a cold winter's afternoon. Drinks refills are half-price too.
In the summer, there is the delightful courtyard garden where rustic tables and chairs fight with the encroaching foliage, allowing sunny or shady spots to suit all tastes.
The food is organic whole food, and tastes sublime, especially the home-baked bread, scones and cakes, while more substantial lunch dishes are available. The prices are not high-street, but neither is the experience.........
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