Nestling within the Welsh Marches and located within a 19th century granary building you’ll find a treasure trove of new, second-hand and rare books, maps, musical scores and much more. Surrounded by the vast array of books you’ll find a popular and affordable cafe serving up light lunches, cakes and coffee to travelling bookworms and cyclists alike.
A favourite pitstop for local cycling clubs in nearby Leominster, Knighton and Ludlow, all cakes are made by the nearby Kingsland Village Shop and Tea Room in Leominster and flavours during our visit included a gluten-free almond & fruit cake, coffee & walnut, chocolate, mince pies (pictured), Victoria sponge and lemon drizzle.
For those chiller months you’ll find a much welcome log burner (pictured) with plenty of seating inside for groups of all sizes and where advanced bookings are most welcome. Additionally there’s a bench seating out front too along with dedicated and secure bike racking.
Their loose leaf teas come from Trumpers Tea in the nearby cathedral city of Hereford and there’s freshly ground coffee too alongside melting Marimba hot chocolates, croque monsieur (toasted sandwich), soup, toasted teacakes and a range of snacks.