This was *just* what I needed: a huge cheese scone (missed photo opportunity there because I just had to scoff it) and a lovely, dark strong coffee at Back to the Garden in Letheringsett, near Holt, Norfolk. Here is the interior of the cafe:
It is in a gorgeous restored old barn, full of light and beautiful beams. *And* they have a knitting group on a Tuesday morning – I’m a bit envious of people knitting and drinking coffee in this gorgeous location. They have a farm shop, too:
Luscious. Here is their website: http://www.back-to-the-garden.co.uk/
Then, on to Holt, and to its lovely wool shop, Les Tricoteuses. Managed to buy more Debbie Bliss Blue-faced Leicester Aran there, to make another Louisa Harding hat. It’s lovely yarn, not too silky and quite plump (not the technical term, I’m sure, buy hey) and feels like it’d make a nice hat. The shop is jam-packed with wool – you need to leave time to have a rummage! So, all in all, a successful day!