I stayed at Touchwood, an amazing experience Loved the breakfast served Loved the hosts Can't wait to return
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Great place to admire the view of Stanley over a lovely lunch. We ordered the Share Platter, just beautiful. Very friendly and great service, good coffee and hot Hot Chocolate and yummy Ginger cake.
We visited the Touchwood cafe and had cake and a pot of tea each. I had a blueberry cake which was quite dry and the wife had an oatmeal caramel slice. The food was pretty average and I’m never impressed when you get a tea...More
We very much enjoyed our lunch at the Touchwood Café. The staff were welcoming and willing to spend time talking with us, as well as being mindful of providing efficient service. Our food was excellent - perfect sized serves, and well prepared and tasty.
This is an old-fashioned, interesting place, very busy (and I can understand why) but not a rushed sort of environment. It is down a laneway; so glad we didn’t miss it. The three person team behind the counter, and serving tables were friendly, efficient and...More
Just popped in for a cuppa as the weather was not fabulous at the time. Lovely, home style cafe and lovely owners. Beautiful gift shop as well. Definitely worth the visit.
Wonderful views, pleasant decor, friendly service and the lightest scones ever, served with heaps of delicious jam and cream. The savoury scones were irresistible too. The adjoining shop stocked some lovely and good quality souvenirs.
Returned for third stay in the studio apartment which is one of the most comfortable we have ever stayed in. Hosts, Greta and Chris go out of their way to make sure you have everything you need to make your stay enjoyable. Cafe food is...More
Visiting Stanley we went to the pub for lunch but it was closed due to public holiday. We went to Touchwood which was about the only place open. They were fantastic about the crowd of us walking in. Grt food. Grt service. Grt views.
We discovered the Touchwood Cafe and all its homemade goodies in Stanley on our first day. We had great coffee with a honeycomb muffin to die for. Just what you need after a chilling ride up the Nut Chairlift and a brisk walk around the...More