We had gone to Abergavenny for the day and were given a lift by a friend who works there. We were dropped off early 07.15 and after a quick orientation we needed to find somewhere for breakfast and of course a coffee!
The Coffee Pot was the first café we came across that was open. It actually opens at 07.00. We were greeted by the owner who was working behind the counter. We ordered two coffees and two portions of scrambled egg on toast. We found a table near the window from which we could "people watch". Our food came first, quickly followed by the coffee. All of which were of very high standard.
We had noticed on entering that the front door was very wide and that there was plenty of space between the tables, further the less abled toilet was on ground level and very accessible. This all fell into place on talking to the owner who was very keen that the venue should be accessible to all and in fact has just won two awards, one for community work and the other a food award. He also gave us a quick lesson in coffee making which will certainly make me more aware when buying coffee in future.
We enjoyed our first visit so much we went back in the afternoon to sample the home made cakes, which were excellent.
For me the icing on the cake (pardon the pun) is that there is a very pleasant outdoor area to the rear.
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