Stopped in to buy a book, peruse the Art Gallery and have a cuppa. The cafe is small and quirky with a quite unique take on types of fair such as Yogurt Cake ( Yum my daughter said ) and Apple/Almond cake ( Yum Yum...More
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Having abandoned my family and going for a walk through the snow I popped in here on way home. Lovely wee bookshop so obligingly bought 3 for my absent heathen kids (I will never give up hope!!). Downstairs for a cafe bonbon (espresso and condensed...More
Lots to see books and travel guides CDs very interesting place good food and good value for money very friendly people and good service
Tea and fancy coffee was needed on this snowy day and The Watermill was the best place to go for it. Lovely atmosphere and delicious baked goods ... we will be back!
We had heard a lot about this place and were keen to visit. We weren't disappointed. The only difficulty we had was finding somewhere to sit: it's not a huge cafe area and on our first visit, it took a while to find somewhere to...More
The café is at basement level below an excellent bookshop although there is also an entrance at the rear from a small car park (not the easiest of places to manoeuvre out and in due to the sharp turnoff). It’s a place which is liable...More
This old watermill is a beautiful bookshop, a relaxing cafe with log burner, an art gallery and a shop full of interesting products to purchase. A definite place to browse books and enjoy a tea or coffee with snacks or a meal this is a...More
This is my 4th visit. From my first visit, I loved it. I had no idea it had been voted the best independent bookshop. It deserves its title.
Great soups as well lots of other choices for light meal and excellent coffee and cakes and good for breakfast. Staff very friendly. Verty popular so may need to walk around before table available . Also have parking behind building. Love the buzz in the...More