This is a small eatery that we met very unexpectedly. It has around 12 tables, including some on a sort of mezzanine section, with a good deal of parking space (outside!).
They sold a wide range of food, from scones with jam and cream through to starters, mains, and desserts. There was a huge range of mains, and lots of snacks/teas. Although the menus on the tables suggested such things as sandwiches and cakes, there were three wall boards that listed everything else that was available. And the prices were very good. For those who fancy an alcoholic drink, they also sold beer and wine.
It was quite busy when we were there, and we were told that they were particularly busy because the weather was good and there were lots of walkers out. We weren't out walking, but were very pleased we found it.
If you are interested in going directly to it, the co-ordinates for your GPS are N53.32310, W2.08543. It's well worth a visit!
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