Two lovely ladies who give you a very warm welcome, scrumptious cake and delicious coffee - what more could you want?! There was a fire in the grate, relaxing music and a lovely rustic atmosphere. We will definitely come back here!
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Great little cafe in a medieval building from the 1300s - complete with witches marks on the window sill. We had a beaut cream tea in front of an open fire. Friendly service and a pretty garden out the front. Straight across the road from...More
Such a charming building from the outside, just steps away from the entrance to Battle Abbey. Inside it is very small, having only around 5 tables and a sofa with a lovely fireplace! The menu is quite extensive for somewhere new, we got a pot...More
Just amazing. I did a long weekend in the Cotswolds and never found a cafe as charming as this one. Everything you want from a little village cafe! Fire on, sofa, just perfect. Ordered a mushroom soup and cream tea for two. The soup was...More
We popped in here after visiting the Abbey. Thought it looked really nice from the outside and we weren't disappointing! Not many tables but very cozy with a wood burning fire. Just what we needed to warm up after the walk around the Abbey grounds....More
excellent ice cream milkshake and nice selection of cakes doggy friendly friendly staff wonderful old building
I've been here a few times and have to say it never disappoints! Amazing building, lovely staff and wonderful food! The scones are always fab, I also tried the pie this time which was wonderful! Such a find with this place and you'd be a...More
A beautiful old rustic cafe with roaring fires and attentive staff who know can tell you about the intriguing history. Very unique place. Lovely scones!
This is right next to the abbey and battlefield and whilst visiting a village enriched with history, it seemed a crime not to eat here. We had a lovely late lunch, Scrumpets:- Crumpets with bacon and cheese on, the only problem is they were so...More