I've been in here many times, but never thought to review it as I don't think of it as an eatery or an "attraction". Having said that you can get hot drinks and sit and read a la Waterstones.
It's main attraction is the sheer variety of new and second hand books, CDs & DVDs, set out clearly and spaciously for browsing.. There are bird feeders outside and a wide range of garden wildlife products in the shop.
I've never failed to find something out of the ordinary, or that I didn't know existed, usually at a better than expected price.
There's a huge car park so there's no excuse not to stop, but don't turn in on impulse - the A515 is very fast moving at this junction.
There's also one of the Peak District's best hidden views a couple of minutes up the Longnor road (left out of the car park) across to Chrome Hill, known as The Dragon's Back, and Axe Edge. There are laybys to stop for photos.
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