Stow-on-the-Wold is famous for its many cosy coffee shops, lovely cream teas, and various beverages. The New England Coffee House gets many reviews, and travellers cannot get enough of the charm, and of course the scones with cream, of Stow-in-the-Wold’s coffee shops.
From the exterior to the interior, the beautiful Huffkins is a gem in the middle of the market square. Apart from the gifts, diners can buy freshly baked produce from the bakery, luxury food gifts, and artisan coffees and teas. There is also free Wi-Fi.
Coach House Coffee
The coffee shop is set over three floors, and the interior of the shop is cosy and inviting with wooden floors and tables. Choices for lunch are written on a blackboard, and this is one of the dog-friendly venues in town. Quite a few of Stow-in-the-Wold’s coffee shops don’t mind dogs, and the town has dog-friendly accommodation too.
Grab the freshest cake from the bakery of the Coach House, some coffee by RAVE or a loose leaf tea by The Tea People, and watch the crowds of Stow-on-the-Wold. While the coffee shop does not specialise in lunches, they do have choices of sourdough baguettes.
New England Coffee House
The coffees are of the best quality, but it is the Oreo and marshmallow milkshakes at the New England Coffee House that make the heads turn. A unique selection of delicious cakes and biscuits are available from the bakery, and the shop can seat up to 45 people over several rooms with a different feel. Rooms are available to rent for get-togethers.
Lucy’s tearoom is a popular spot for its outside seating and lovely garden. Here, guests can enjoy lovely lunches with water for the pooch. The herbs are freshly cut in their garden. Apart from fabulous lunches that are also available for take-aways, the baristas know their business in serving delicious artisan coffees.
Visitors to Stow will want to set some time aside to visit as many of these lovely spots as possible.