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After an afternoon of hiking through Lancashire’s spectacular scenery, what could be more appealing than a piping hot pot of tea accompanied by a slab of chocolate cake, pile of fresh scones or doorstop sandwiches? Luckily there are countless accredited cafés, coffee shops and tea rooms dotted all over Lancashire where you can enjoy all of those things and more!
Try our Lancashire Tourism Award 2015 winning Dearden Tea Rooms
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Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Bolton Le Sands, Carnforth
The Potting Shed Café offers unique views across the bay to the English lakes and the fells from the narrow shore front at Bolton-le-Sands. The menu offered is seasonal and changing with it fresh, local and made to order.
Tea Room/Coffee Shop
Welcome to the family run Tea Room at Burscough in the heart of Lancashire. They offer hearty all day breakfasts, morning coffee, delicious lunches and our traditional cream teas are available all day.
The Scullery cafe, situated within the contemporary new visitor’s centre offers a delicious Lancashire focussed menu. Under the expert guidance of chef/manager Mark Travis, guests can enjoy light refreshments, tasty snacks or a real home cooked meal.
A Slice of Sicily is a café by day, bistro by night with Italian delicatessen, wine bar & pizza takeaway.
Café Whitmore has 54 covers and is growing in popularity, catering for fishermen and visitors alike. The views from the café over the freshwater lakes are breath-taking. Imagine enjoying a Cappuccino or a Latte and a delicious cake.
An enchanting destination not just for those who love gardening but for those who simply want a great day out! All the food is sourced locally, so whether you are looking to start your day with a hearty breakfast, maybe a tasty lunch or try out the take on the traditional afternoon tea.
Delightful café surrounded by beautiful countryside and wildlife, situated by the River Calder with breath taking views.
Whittles Farm Restaurant is situated in the village of Tarleton, midway between Preston and Southport.
Smithson Farm is a small camping/caravan park that also has a tea room and unique mining museum which are open to the public. The tea room serves delicious light lunches, superb cream teas with home-made scones and their own strawberry jam.
Burscough Industrial Estate, Ormskirk
Bakery Cafe within Burscough’s trading estate dedicated to selling the highest quality local artisan produce.
Serving breakfast, lunch, tea, freshly ground coffee, cakes and artisan bread. Vegetarian and gluten-free options are available daily.
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