We spotted this through the rain, and decided to try it for a light lunch. Lovely comfortable place, with open fires, and is obviously one of the must-visit places to eat in historic Buxton. We had a good lunch, the spicy tomato soup was lovely and warming, and my husband's sandwiches, with accompanying garnish, including crisps, went down a real treat. The staff were friendly and attentive. It's a most elegant spot in which to spend time. We liked it so much we went back later on for afternoon tea. Next time we're in Buxton we'll go back and try their morning coffee!
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