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All reviews self service coffee and cake cakes aladdin's cave great selection beautiful things nooks crannies great idea retail therapy hidden gem for sale seating area well worth a visit cards clothing gifts floor
Great selection of gifts and some clothes over a number of rooms and floors. Lovely cafe area with self service and cakes. Super friendly and helpful staff who even charged and looked after my laptop while I went for a walk. Well worth a visit!
Church gallery in Kirkby Stephen serves coffe, tea, cappuccino etc... with some amazing fresh home made cakes. Reasonably priced. Friendly and relaxed setting.
They sell some lovely gifts too from cards, soaps, toys and clothing. Really nice little shop.
Would really recommend the cake if...More
The Church Gallery Shop / Cafe is my idea of heaven - coffee, cake AND retail therapy all under one roof! Lovely little seating area outside overlooking church, lovely gifts and trinkets in the shop which is an Aladdin's cave! We are staying a few...More
Apart from the Mulberry this was the only place in Kirkby Stephen open for a coffee on Bank Holiday Monday! Self-service coffee and cake in a relaxed atmosphere with free wi-fi. And 3 floors of clothing and gifts to browse if you have the time.
Visited yesterday & was amazed at the varied amount of beautiful things for sale & all the nooks & crannies hiding them. Bags , scarves , jewellery , home fragrances, glassware to name but a few. There are 3 floors to explore & there is...More
This shop is one of my favourites,it caters for all types,this gift shop has stuff for adults and children,there are plenty of glass ware,candles and other smellys for the men there are wallets underwear and adult games.there is a small cafe that is self service...More
Do you want a quirky coffee and cake, well pop into the church gallery. The cafe is on the upper floor, or at ground level if you come in via St Stephen's Church. You'll sit among items for sale, that is lazy shopping, though you...More