Consistently great breakfast and friendly staff. It is what it is. We like it. Outside loo which is a challenge this weekend with the freezing temperatures :)
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Converted old church now a tea room, hidden around a bend. Nice hot chicolate after a long walk. Dogs allowed provided they are on a leash. Friendly service. Beware of speeding cars on the road as there us no path up to the tea rooms.
Amazing Breakfast .2 bacon, 2 butchers sausage eggs beans tomatoes and fried bread.£5.50 delicious . Lots of home made cakes. Very popular with walkers and dog owners.
Second visit and made it for hot food, stops at 3pm ish I think and shuts at 4pm. Had plate meat pie, chips, mushy peas, gravy, bread and butter and tea. Absolutely lovely. Delicious. Plus service with a smile. Also had syrup pudding and custard...More
Having completed a short walk we dropped by for a drink and bite. Always good value at good prices. They now have an outdoor seating area. Dogs are allowed inside for those with dogs.
Went in for a cup of tea and ended up with a sausage barm each. Hit the spot and fortified us for the walk. Much quieter than the main cafe and more character. Cheerful service and local information.
Good selection of home cooked snacks, meals and delicious selection of cakes at very reasonable prices. Lovely setting in quaint village, Popular with walkers