Dog-focused café to open in Cheltenham

Set to have tails wagging across the town, Cheltenham will soon have its very own dog café.

A brand-new dog-focused café will open in Cheltenham this September. Taking pride of place in the Montpellier area of town, Archie’s of Cheltenham will combine a coffee shop with a ‘dog outfitters’.

Serving cakes, salads, sandwiches and coffee to visitors from its shop on Rotunda Terrace, the main area of the café will also have a range of healthy dog treats for furry friends to enjoy.

Downstairs the café will be home to a collection of canine accessories ranging from collars and beds to toys and gifts, with owner, Jess hoping to stock a great deal of local items.

Set to open on Sunday 16 September 2018, Archie’s of Cheltenham will also welcome guests without dogs to enjoy everything from tasty breakfasts to take-away lunches.

For more information, call (01242) 577700.

© SoGlos
Monday 06 August 2018

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