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Parsley Hay Refreshments

Biggin, Buxton SK17 0DG, United Kingdom

Parsley Hay Refreshments
Cafe
4.4
38 reviews
8 comments
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56C8+8V Buxton, United Kingdom
+44 1298 84493
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Monday: 10–14
Tuesday: 10–15
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Thursday: 10–16
Friday: 10–16
Saturday: 9–16
Sunday: 11–16
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Ron Wild
Ron Wild
Convenient and staffed by a friendly lady, but they do take advantage of their remoteness. £2.60 for a piece of clingfilm wrapped flapjack. That's a sit inside, heated and dry, with WiFi price, not a bench in the drizzle.
But, today at least, there was no queue, the tea was hot and the flapjack lovely, and the drizzle only light, but the cold was biting.
Steve Hepworth
Steve Hepworth
They do a great gluten free bacon sandwich. Thoroughly recommended. Coffee is good too. Friendly and helpful staff.
Andrew Marriott
Andrew Marriott199 days ago
Just completed a nice walk along the High Peak Trail from Friden to Parsley Hay and stopped for break at Parsley Hay Refreshments. Great place to have a drink and watch people passing by on the Trail with stunning views of this great national park.
William Hadfield
William Hadfield291 days ago
I went to the kiosk yesterday with my children and the staff were two young girls, dealing with a picky 5 and 7 year old is usually a task in itself however the two young staff members were very helpful and provided a great service, the Bacon Cob was excellent and the kids thoroughly enjoyed their hot chocolates with a fast and friendly service. Excellent location for a walk with some stunning scenery from the seating area. Will most definitely be visiting again
Joshua Czarnecki
Joshua Czarnecki291 days ago
Had to wait at least 10 minutes at the hatch just to be served a 500ml bottle of drink. The lady serving me was on her own with no other staff assisting when I arrived. Overall an OK place to stop and take a short break from cycling.
Andrew Pollard
Andrew Pollard2 years ago
Nice little shop this located just past the end of the Tissington trail. Very well run with a good system. Loads of seating available. If you set off from Ashbourne or thereabouts you'll be glad of this stop as it's peddling all the way and all up hill!
Paul Husken
Paul Husken2 years ago
Nice place to stop and have coffee and a cake. The lady serving even gave me a couple of paracetamol! Very friendly.
Robert Swallow
Robert Swallow2 years ago
Excellent service. Was very busy but didn't take long for our food which was very nice as was the cakes.
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