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Pet Cemetery, within award winning grounds and a home made food cafe. Enjoy a stroll around the award winning grounds of the pet cemetery and discover a place where the beautifully manicured gardens, statues, memorials, visitor centre & chapel are...more
All reviews afternoon tea cakes toast high tea tea room all day breakfast friendly staff well worth a visit lovely place service was excellent plenty of food sandwich fillings hash browns fab breakfast bone china top quality the food is great
We visit our fanily plot near the duck pond often and a simultaneous trip to the Cafe is always a huge temptation. Last week, we gave in to Darren's delicious cherry scones (just out of the oven!), butter, jam, clotted cream and and a pot...More
Relaxing afternoon served by lily and Hazel nothing was to much trouble. Lovely atmosphere and staff very caring and polite to the elderly. Food was excellent also good portions, Well done to the chef lovely place tenants can't wait to visit again. Tenants can't stop...More
Sadly we lost our rescue dog Pippin in July She was a joy to us and took my husbands heart,although originally he did not want a dog. Holywell pet cemetery came and collected her and the next day we went over for the cremation an...More
We had the Welsh afternoon tea with Rarebit, excellent! Bara brith and Welsh cakes which did give a carbs overload. Very good service and very clean fresh toilets. Pleasant surroundings, although bizarre to be eating in a cemetery. We will visit again.
It’s been almost a year since I visited from Washington, USA. The staff made me a very nice meal and the tea was very nice with fresh cream. I hope to return and eat outside on the terrace next time. Great memory. Thanks!
It would be easy to be put off after all it is as it says, a pet cemetery. We were initially a little concerned that it would be a bit morbid but from the moment you go through the gates you are at ease and...More