This cafe opened in July 2017 opposite the railway station in the building that used to be the newsagents.
The decor is colourful - coffee sacks on the walls and a mishmash of painted chairs and various tables including a sewing machine conversion. Great ambiance. The larger room overlooks the village.
The tables are waitress service - prompt and very friendly, The coffee is roasted in Marsden and produced the best cappuccino that I have had in a long time. The pineapple cake was good - very moist, but seemed to have unadvertised nuts in it, unfortunately. Luckily I am not allergic to nuts, I just don't like them. There are small notepads and pencils on each table for comments.
They also offer a takeaway service, which will be popular with rail commuters. Biodegradable cups and lids.
The WC was immaculate.
Access isn't easy for those with limited mobility as it is on a steep hill with narrow pavements. It is worth making the effort, if possible. They are currently open 6 days a week (not Sundays) and they close Wednesday afternoons. Other days, they close at 3.30 pm.
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