This cafe serves home made cakes and light snacks in a beautiful location. Such a shame it's hidden in a back street and an even bigger shame that the council won't allow them to even put signs on the building or pavement to let folks know it's there. You could walk right past it and not notice that it's tucked down a little alleyway, but definitely worth seeking out and sharing with your friends! Today, my friend and I both had the orange and almond cake, served with clotted cream, and still warm from the oven - so lovely, we were tempted to have another slice! The cafe itself is also a quirky little shop, with some lovely gifty stuff, and all very reasonably priced. There's a little art gallery on the first floor. We sat outside in the yard itself, in a lovely little alcove furnished with quirky bits and pieces, including a neon pink plastic candelabra. In the courtyard, there's a little tree decorated with little bone china tea cups. The tea was served in bone china cups, and pot of tea for one came in an enormous pot - great value!
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