Pillars Of Hercules Organic Farm Shop & Cafe
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Pillars of Hercules is an organic farm with a weird name. Everything else about us is not in the least bit weird; in fact were all really normal, although we do have some qualms about the rest of you out there
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About 35 mins by car. Fantastic, rural and rustic organic farm and café. Really nice atmosphere with a slight hippy feel.
Beautiful organic produce for sale in this well stocked shop. Good for vegetarians and vegans.
A delicious organic coffee shop with huge lovely coffees and amazing food. There a deli there too for special treats. You can also go on lovely walks from here.
This has been voted the best Organic cafe in the UK and you will see why when you tuck into their amazing galettes or sip a vibrant juice. The coffee isn't bad either! They also have a great organic shop selling their own veg, as well as plants, all sorts of food, teas, coffees and more. Mix it with…
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“Artisan chocolatier and cafe. Quaint place, relaxed warm atmosphere, child and dog friendly. Tables inside and courtyard with tables outside. Delicious hot chocolate! Caters for dietary requirements. ”
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“Gift shop with wonderful selection of fair trade products - crafts/gifts/cards and homeware. Elizabeth serves fab coffee with a seat overlooking the village square where you can watch the comings and goings of locals and visitors. This shop gets a new frontage every so often when it appears in the hit tv series Outlander!”
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