We have been recently featured in the Sunday Times, view the full article here.
BENEDICTS OF WHALLEY
Price pp £17
Locals come back for Fish pie
The owner, Hilary Cookson, is as central a figure in the Ribble Valley village of Whalley as the market hall that houses her various businesses. Benedicts is named after the brunch dish (eggs from her own hens), while trad British comes with a kick: afternoon tea features a three-tier stand of home-made cakes served with a teapot of gin. Next door is Cookson’s deli, selling chutney and jams.
This cafe-bar in a “charming” village offers a “totally pleasurable experience” and is just the job for “a stylish and cosmopolitan brunch”.
Address 1 George Street, Whalley BB7 9TH
Phone 01254 824468