Good coffee but service a bit surly. Great eggs!
Cold inside as café had just opened and not warmed up yet so we sat outside where my tea went cold pretty fast. Now this is not "the cafe's problem" but most places would understand and supply without question a pot of hot water to heat up the pot but while we got there in the end, it proved to be a difficulty, unbelievably.
The surrounding historic village, dating from the 1830's is very interesting.
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