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This is a small simple cafe next door to the museum. It offers sandwiches and soup and hot and cold drinks. It is simple food, but it is done very well. We had a toasted brie, bacon and cranberry sandwich. It was excellent, very tasty and with lovely bacon which was not too
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If you like canals then you will love the canal museum that has a cafe attached to it. You can even look out at the canal while you have a coffee. Three floors of canal related information and artefacts. There is a separate company offering a canal trip through the nearby canal
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Heading up the M1 we found this a great place to take a break and stop for lunch. Only a short distance from J15, it has a great cafe and a very pleasant place to stretch the legs for a hour or two during a long journey. The tow path walks are free but there is a small cost for
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A real potted history of the local and national canal system. I would have liked to have seen a little more on the wartime use but there was a bit for everyone. Lovely cafe attached as well
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This is a lovely and well looked after. Can be busy but with plenty to do and see. The narrowboats are wonderful to see aswell.
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