New cafe opens at Exmouth store
BOOKWORMS who go shopping to an Exmouth store can now enjoy a drink and have a bite to eat thanks to a new caf� which has opened. Best Books, on the Parade, has opened a child-friendly caf� above its premises. The space comprises of a large children s are
BOOKWORMS who go shopping to an Exmouth store can now enjoy a drink and have a bite to eat thanks to a new caf� which has opened.
Best Books, on the Parade, has opened a child-friendly caf� above its premises.
The space comprises of a large children's area with tables, chairs and beanbags where youngsters can read a selection of books, play and colour.
The front part of the eatery looks out over the Parade with large sofas providing a relaxing environment for adults and teenagers to browse books, with free Wi-Fi, allowing people to surf the net.
The caf� will be selling cakes from Otterton Mill, and Saturday afternoons will be story time for children. The first session will take place on Saturday, December 19.
Owner Wendy Pilling said: "I want the place to be great for children to play in without feeling inhibited, but equally appealing for adults who want to enjoy a coffee and relax."
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Suzie Creighton, who was the first customer into the caf�, said: "This is just what Exmouth needs - a stylish venue where both adults and children can enjoy themselves.
"The coffee and cakes are delicious, and I have spent a very pleasant time here - I will definitely be back!