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Stopped for delicious coffee with our two dogs on a cold October day , the menu looked great so we came back next day for soup, homemade lovely pumpkin soup . The coffee shop is licensed as well and the main meals choice looks lovely...More
Having visited Hexham numerous times before, we had a pleasant surprise today.We came across Bunters Coffee Shop no doubt we have passed it many times before but today lucky for us we decided to stop for a snack and pot of tea.Lovely Staff and service...More
Date of visit: October 2018
Bunters and A, Owner at Bunters Coffee Shop, responded to this reviewResponded October 29, 2018
We are glad you stopped by! Thank you for your kind words and we'll make sure to have another breakfast waiting for you upon your return.
Went this morning and was served a cup of tea with a scone to die for! The tea was not made of cheap teabags and the raspberry jam I had with my cup of tea was the best I have tasted in a long time....More
Date of visit: September 2018
Thank Helen J
Bunters and A, Manager at Bunters Coffee Shop, responded to this reviewResponded October 29, 2018
Glad you enjoyed our little place and you are welcome back any time! Our homemade raspberry jam is a real hit. Thank you for your kind words.
We were looking for somewhere for tea and a cake late this afternoon. Although the other cafes in Hexham were preparing to close, we received a friendly welcome at Bunters. We shared a refreshing pot of Darjeeling, scone, cream and jam and a tea cake....More
In Hexham there is the Abbey which is worth a look around, there is also the old Goal, we were only there a few hours, and other than browsing in the shops and stopping for a coffee, also lots of places were closed with it... More
In Hexham there is the Abbey which is worth a look around, there is also the old Goal, we were only there a few hours, and other than browsing in the shops and stopping for a coffee, also lots of places were closed with it being a Bank Holiday which was strange, apparently there is an open market I think on a Saturday, if you google you'll probably get more info, I would recommend going to the cafe though if you do go.
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