5 of the best places to grab a coffee in Preston

Tuesday, 24th April 2018, 11:49 am
Updated Tuesday, 24th April 2018, 5:19 pm

Seeking the best coffee in town? Try one of these Preston cafes.

Town House Coffee and Brew Bar

This coffee house scooped Independent Business of the year at the 2018 Smiles Better Awards and it's easy to see why.

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The Friargate cafe serve locally roasted coffee, and promotes environmental sustainability by serving their hot drinks in compostable packaging.

Visit: 62 Friargate PR1 2AT - facebook.com

Ham and Jam Coffee Shop

Ham and Jam Coffee Shop source their beans from local Lancashire merchant J. Atkinson & Co who have been supplying coffee to the area for over 200 years.

Sample the tried and tested coffee for as little as £1.70 and tuck into one of the mouthwatering pastries also on offer at this inviting cafe.

Visit: 50-52 Lancaster Road PR1 1DD - hamandjamcoffeeshop.com


As well as catering to the ravenous, this Cannon Street cafe welcomes the thirsty. Recharge batteries with a cafe latte for £1.50 or an iced coffee for £1.90.

Visit: 12 Cannon Street PR1 3NR - facebook.com

Valley Coffee

Situated on the outskirts of Preston in the charming village of Bamber Bridge, this peaceful coffee house offers tasty Atkinson's coffee, as well as free wifi - ideal if you're looking for a relaxed work space.

Visit: Fourfields, Bamber Bridge PR5 6GS - valleycoffee.eu

The Cedarwood Coffee

Featured in the Northern Independent Coffee Guide, the Cedarwood has built up quite a reputation since opening in 2015.

The Winckley Street venue serves up a fresh handmade coffee, as well as a fine selection of beers, ciders and wines.

Visit: 10 Winckley Street PR1 2AA - cedarwood.coffee