Really nice little tea room. Came with my partner and his 6 yr old. Very family friendly, lovely food and attentive and friendly staff. All round lovely experience! Well worth visit- we will be back 😄
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Loverleee walk across fields hence we oft visit this cosy eatery, where the terrace is the place to sit, altho when the weather is let's say 'English' inside is comfy too. The food is yummy, the beers, wines, ciders etc. are excellent mainly because they...More
Visited once before and had great service and food. We were looking forward to this becoming a regular haunt for our cooked breakfast treat. Sadly, today we received no service at all. No eye contact, no acknowledgement, no order taken, no apology that they would...More
We had no idea this was here and are surprised that it is not better known. Picnic tables out the front for good weather which was great for us today. Good value and quite decent food to be honest. We won't bother with the over...More
Went into the shop which was recommended by my Cousin who was staying nearby. I brought a slab of their fruit cake which was absolutely gorgeous, very moist and massive red cherries. Also the scones are massive as are the strawberries. Lovely place a must...More
Very pleasant staff.The cafe is clean and well kept.Its a bit out of the way but dont let that put you off.Food and drinks are good quality and resonably priced. Before you leave nip into the farm shop for a slab of fruit cake !
I go here most weekends for lunch as the food is lovely, fresh and very reasonably priced. All produce is local and fresh. Menu serves breakfast and lunch time bits such as jacket potatoes, sandwiches, toasties and salads. Milkshakes are delicious. Staff are lovely and...More
A hidden gem, lovely café with friendly staff. The ploughman lunch was delicious! We visited the farm shop next door and purchased home made scones and fresh clotted cream yummy!