Just yards off the busy A69 in a tiny village in a wooded valley, we stopped here for a take-away sandwich on our second day hiking Hadrian's Wall. The tearoom was bright and the staff were welcoming, the choice was good and the filled roll proved tasty so a couple of days later we decided to call in for a coffee before the long journey home. Our coffee ended up being lunch as we were tempted by the home made cakes and soup on offer which proved to be delicious.
Popular with bikers, cyclists and walkers, we noticed the cafe is used by locals too which is always a good sign, well worth stopping off.
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