The last permanent traditional layby roadside cafe / take away (and probably most well known) on the A303 in Wiltshire. Very well known, and has been in many magazines (Waitrose Food Illustrated feature "The UK's best roadside cafes", Sunday Times Colour supplement etc.) and books over the years, the latest being featured in the book "A303 Highway To The Sun", by Tom Fort. The family run business has always been run by the owner, his family and local long standing staff and has always tried to keep small with fresh goods delivered daily. Since the start of the Covid Crisis, it had 8 weeks closed, as did everyone, but has since then re-opened, 7 days a week, but only on a take-away basis until such time that the pandemic is seen to be on the wane. During this time, the cafe was given a full facelift as seen in the cream and blue colour scheme in the latter photos. The inside cafe seating area is ready to be re-opened when the time is considered right, and can comfortably seat six people, making this a perfect stop for families, tourists and lorry drivers alike, as has been done very successfully for the past four decades. The cafe has even been visited by many celebrities over the years! The menu is traditional, full English breakfast, bacon and egg rolls, burger and chips etc, all at sensible prices; in fact it is suggested that 80% of all customers are regulars in one way or another. With fully maintained toilets on site, this is the perfect stop for all. The owner, after 40 years, has now decided the time is right to slow down, so this business is on the market for the very first time ever.
7 days a week - times dependant on season