This new volume comes in a handy handbag size and can be used a a reference wherever you travel in the North of England.
Each section covers a town or village with a short but informative historical account of the location before a selection of the best places for Tea or Coffee from the selection available.
Harrogate is lucky enough to have four entries which as we know most of the owners, can safely say they pride themselves above all things on the quality of their product as well as their customer service.
Betty's our all time favorite and star of the Harrogate tea and Coffee scene - for those who don't know are the public face of Betty's and Taylors teas & coffee stocked the world over.
Next in the line up is LMDC cafe bar which is located on John Street with both outside and inside seating as it is located in a pedestrianized area. Lesley the owner carries an innovative selection of coffee's and teas as well as their own personal blends and gift baskets. http://www.lmdcespresso.co.uk/
Hoxton North burst onto the Harrogate Cafe scene approximately 1 year ago bringing with it their own specialty coffee's as well as a daily changing selection of fresh baked goods and treats. Hoxtons is located a stones throw away from the Harrogate International Center and only a short walk from the town center. I would also recommend the window seats as its the best way to watch the world go by -
Last but not least in our fabulous line up of specialty coffee & tea establishments is the pride of Commercial Street Harrogate - Bean and Bud. Ruth and Hayden established @beanandbud with the desire to provide excellence in the field of Coffee and Tea service (they also do an excellent white hot chocolate which is my personal favorite) They also have outdoor seating which is lovely to sit out on a summers day.http://www.beanandbud.co.uk/
Should you wish to purchase a copy of the guide it is available from http://fancyacuppa.co.uk/ as well as various other volumes including
A Cathedrals, Coffee & Tea Tour