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Dave Prince
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Dave Prince

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We booked in for six nights at Keveral Farm and I was a bit worried as I found it hard to find a good review and the website was a bit clunkly. Anyway here is the low-down. The farm is half a mile down a pretty rough farm tra...
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Climber, boulder and maker of things. I blog about climbing and also campaign for better cycling provision in Harrogate


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Fairly Greasy, not much to look at and that's just the staff, The food is also on the greasy side and the service could best be described as surly, grudging and pedestrian. On the upside it's not nearly a bad as one I once went to in Rhyl so that's a bonus and it's open on a Sunday when the excellent Coronation Fisheries is not.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
A high quality organisation with great facilities and some really knowledgeable staff. They can also arrange Tuition in Leeds and musicians for hire.
Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
The Narnia of cafes. Scarthin bookshop cafe is in a room behind a secret panel (no really) on the second floor of this impressive book shop. If in doubt look for the climbing guides. Home cooked, mostly veggie and vegan food in a pleasant and eclectic interior. Limited availability of bacon drags it down to a 7. If anyone knows what the markings on the back of the door are I would love to know. Worth a visit just for the location.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
Marigold in Knaresborough enjoys an envible riverside location in the bottom of the gorge. The prices are fair, the chips are crisp and the staff manage to be helpful and remote at the same time. You can feed the swans and children are welcome. All this within a mile and a half of Cafeometer HQ. Sometimes you really can search the world and find happiness in your own backyard
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
6 reviews
A quality cafe with a good menu and handy for gear shops. Excellent terrace over mill race makes for excellent al fresco eating. Compromised by 10 0 Clock opening and relatively large distance to mountains.
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago
Food decidedly average, no views despite dream location and the sign disease is endemic. You feel decidedly unwelcome and so must be not recommended
Public - 6 years ago
reviewed 6 years ago