I often have a brunch breakfast in this lovely warm and friendly community run cafe and shop. Well worth a visit any month of the year. Home made soups are good as are cakes.
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Good homemade food in this volunteer run community shop and cafe. Good place for tea or lunch if walking on the moor - can drive there after your walk (which I did!). Had a tasty late lunch at a competitive price.
Walking across south Devon, from Exeter to Dartmouth, this was a welcome refreshment stop on our long day between Widecombe-in-the-Moor and Scor(r)iton. Award-winning scones, locally made strawberry jam and a cracking cuppa were gratefully guzzled and gobbled. What a lovely community service in what looked...More
Stopped here at lunch time while walking on the Moor. The food was VERY good indeed with a good selection of dishes including homemade soups, sandwiches, cakes & cream teas. Walkers and dogs are welcome. It's a great cafe but on our visit was sadly...More
Charming volunteer staff serving good food at the back of the community shop. For a late lunch after a long walk at Venford, we had the cheese tea - two whopping cheese scones, a slab of tasty cheddar, butter and delicious home made chutney, washed...More
We visited after a walk on the moor. Very friendly and welcoming atmosphere. We shared a 2 scone cheese tea and cream tea and it was really lovely, scones were some of the best I have tasted. I asked if they had any other jam...More
Found this amazing place on Tripp adviser. our party of eight persons had a range Of food from home made dishes as Ham and egg and crispy chips pork stew turkey Salad and baked potato with prawns. A community project with a vision and good...More
After a miserable afternoon navigating the moors in driving rain, the thought of a fortifying lunch was the only thing keeping me going. Relieved to find the village store still open, I received a warm greeting and a homemade cream tea that definitely hit the...More
After walking on the moors for a few hours and ending back in Holne, we needed a coffee and a loo stop. We knew this place existed but it was our first visit here. Excellent coffee and the cakes on display looked divine but we...More
There was a sensible menu of hot and cold food all freshly prepared and at reasonable prices. Lovely homemade scones and jam as part of the excellent cream tea. The shop was well stocked with local and essential items. A very good example of Britain's...More