Enjoy a homemade scone with jam and cream thanks to this week’s fantastic reader offer from Darfoulds Nursery near Worksop.
This yummy autumnal treat, worth £1.95, is yours FREE when you present the voucher on this page at the nursery’s coffee shop between Friday, October 16, and Thursday October 22.
The team at Darfoulds Nursery at Whitwell pride themselves on making your visit a treat for all the senses.
The comfortable coffee shop is situated in a light and airy glass greenhouse overlooking the lush green grounds of the nursery.
It is tucked away just off the A619 outside Worksop, and provides the prefect setting for a leisurely lunch and a look around the garden centre.
Melanie Thompson, manager, said: “The coffee shop business has steadily grown over the last couple of years. We’ve got regular customers who come every day for a drink and a chat, and others who just pop in whenever they visit the nursery.
“It’s a lovely setting and we always try to create a nice, laid-back atmosphere where people can have a quiet read of a magazine. or catch up with friends for a good chat.”
The menu at Darfoulds Coffee Shop is cooked by a chef who prepares everything from Sunday lunches, omelettes and paninis to cakes, scones and daily specials like sea bass and homemade burgers.
Melanie said: “We serve food throughout the day from 9am to 5pm, and children are welcome – we can rustle up child-friendly meals or snacks and there are toys and play equipment to keep them happy.”
And the friendly customer service people have come to expect after more than 20 years as a family-run nursery, is extended into the café.
Darfoulds Nursery is on the A619 in Whitwell, near Worksop.
The centre has lots of events planned in the run up to Christmas, including vists from Santa.
Call 01909 472881 for more information about great offers at the garden centre.
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