Stow-on-the-Wold has a cosy new place to eat, drink and socialise after Coach House Coffee opened its doors in the bustling main square of the Cotswold market town.
Located in a three-storey building, the independent business is the brainchild of Emily Hopkins, one half of the duo behind Cotswold lifestyle blog, Millie & Meg, who wanted to offer customers a home-from-home setting.
‘We have a cosy and homely aesthetic, with little nods to the original use of the building in our rustic lanterns and earthenware mugs, amongst others. All three floors have fantastic views out onto the market square for people watching and we welcome everybody, including pooches and muddy boots,’ said Emily.
The café uses local suppliers, including Cirencester’s Rave coffee, along with cakes and tarts from Sugar & Salt Bakehouse in Upper Rissington, and pies from The Cotswold Farmers, while there’s also the chance to stock up on local produce such as CackleBean eggs, Little Pickle condiments and Cotswold Gold oils.
The family-owned business, which is open seven days a week, is also planning to launch co-working and networking on the top floor of the café, offering a versatile space for both individuals and groups.
For more information, see Coach House Coffee, or call (01451) 870811.
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