We were attracted to the Chatterbox Cafe by reading other reviews as we travel with our very well-behaved Border Terrier and get fed up when we are turned away when we are trying to get a meal somewhere. The picture shows this is not the case at the Chatterbox Cafe...in fact, Barney got his biscuit before we got our lunch! You get a warm welcome, with lots to look at inside including local guide books, cards, paintings and local event information. My husband enjoyed an Aberdeen Angus burger with bacon and cheese and salad garnish as well as chutney and coleslaw whilst I opted for spinach and riccota canneloni with garlic bread and salad - both delicious. We had the best pot of tea we had drunk all week and polished it off with scones (home made) and brownies. We thought a good sign was locals were also having lunch there alongside walkers and cyclists. Well worth a visit and we will go back when we are up there again.
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