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Holden Clough Nursery, Holden, Clitheroe
To abide by the current restrictions the Shepherds Hut at Holden Clough Nursery is serving a take out selection of soups and stews, fresh Bagels served with a variety of tempting fillings, bacon ciabattas and daily specials along with an array of specialty teas and signature coffees.
Go to the website at www.holdencloughnursery.com/ to book a slot for a visit.
Holland House Cafe, Holland House Nursery, Higher Walton Road, Walton-le-Dale
Serving coffees, hot chocolate, tea, cake, ice cream, milkshakes and slushies, make sure to catch your breath after a shopping spree in the garden centre. Open 10am until 3pm for takeaway.
Visit www.hollandhousenursery.co.uk for more information.
Ma Bakers at World of Water Aquatic Centre, Preston New Road, Kirkham
Although not strictly a garden centre, World of Water does provide outdoor items such as ponds and water features.
So a visit to Ma Bakers cafe is a must. There is a large outdoor seating area for you to sit and enjoy their extensive range of tempting sweet treats and drinks.
The Applestore, Wyresdale Park, Snowhill Lane, Preston
Boasting a full cafe-menu of overstuffed sandwiches, hearty homemade soups and scrumptious cakes, The Applestore at Wyresdale Park garden centre, is open 9am until 4pm every day of the week, for al fresco dining in the walled garden only.
All their ingredients are locally sourced, with meats from Honeywells, cheese from Dewlay and milk from Shepherds Dairy. The cakes are from the Lady of The Manors Kitchens, and occasionally from Lathams. And the bread is from Berry Lane Bakery.
Visit the website at https://wyresdalepark.co.uk/applestore-cafe-scorton or call 01524 791011 with your booking or enquiries.
Wyresdale Park is a working farm and country house.