It can get busy and quite often there is a queue so don't think you can sit for hours on end taking up a table if you are finished. However the food is great, honest to goodness, wholesome fayre. The homebaking is simply fab and none of it is too costly. A lovely person will come round with the coffee pot asking if you want a top up.
It has a lovely gift shop too.
Can't recommend it highly enough and glad to see it's spring again as it only opens from end March until around September.
Well done to all - it's run by volunteers for a fantastic cause. They even have a wee shelf of second hand books outside to browse through and lovely walks through Quarrymill Wood, some of the paths being suitable for wheelchairs.
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