Don't be put off by the rather unassuming and unimpressive entrance off Antelope Walk / Arcade, venture upstairs and you'll be entering one of the most beautiful coffee places in Dorchester and which has played an important part of the town's history.
A 17th century Oak panelled dining room, complete with chandeliers. This used to be the court room of the bloody Judge Jeffryes, who's bones are rumoured to hidden within the panels.
A lovely, peaceful atmosphere and friendly service, good coffee and cake, plus its locally owned and managed
Why go anywhere else in Dorchester?
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