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The Cabin Cafe

Recommandé par 6 habitants ·

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Ben, Jess And Charlie
Ben, Jess And Charlie
October 10, 2019
Great food and surf and wetsuit hire
Rachel
Rachel
June 25, 2019
Open early to late for breakfast, lunch and dinner serving a wealth of home made and local produce including pasties, cream teas, ice creams and BBQs.
Melissa
Melissa
July 20, 2017
Great friendly café stays open for as long as you are there. Fire pit outside with a great view of the beach. Serves Pizza's and BBQ'S, bring your own alcoholic drinks or pop over to the pub next door and bring them over.
Sarah
Sarah
July 09, 2016
Wide range of home made food, best pasties and cream tea overlooking Crackington Haven cliffs.
Gayle
Gayle
May 12, 2016
Lovely local cafe overlooking the sea. They make their own pasties here!

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Bude, Cornwall EX23 0JG
Téléphone01840 230238