Perfect place for a coffee stop after a nice walk. Plenty of seats and good value and a good snack menu
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The refreshments outlet was shut when were there, but thankfully the Toilets were open, and I have to say that they are possibly the nicest public toilets I've ever seen on such a trail or similar.
Drive the Ashbourne road and you'll pass the old Parsley hay railway station ..the old railway track is a great bike/ horse or walkway .It also does boke hire .Great cafe ..lovely clean toilets inc disability ones ..but look out for cow's crossing the road
Walked up the high peak trail to this place we hadn't been before and didn't know what it was but it's basically a cafe and a bike rental shop we didn't rent any bikes but we did eat there. We ordered a white coffee a...More
After a great walk along the Tissington Trail we stopped at Parsley Hay for some refreshments. We had a lovely bacon barm and a cuppa. The menu is quite extensive and everyone seemed to be enjoying their food. Despite the wet weather it was very...More
cycled UP to PH needing to replenish fluids on arrival only to discover there are no facilities here. Only a dog dish in evidence. Not even a self serve machine. Plenty bike stuff for sale though in large shop.
Stopped off in walk along High Peak trail. Had ice cream today but very busy with other customers eating bacon sandwiches, sausage sandwiches and many other choices Plus good range of teas and coffees including herbal options. Very friendly service and not to forget the...More
This post is to say that the opening times displayed on TripAdvisor ate not correct. It's closed now for the winter Normally this would be a glowing report, good food and cakes!
Fab place for a cuppa either before or after a cycle ride on the Tissington or High Peak bike and walkers trail. The views are to die for before taking off. The guy in the bike shop was so helpful and friendly and we happily...More
Great little cafe. Prompt and polite service. Enjoyed my panini. Finished our afternoon of cycling off nicely.