Afternoon Tea Anyone?

If you are looking for a list of local cafes that not only have delicious treats but keep the senior customer in mind then we have you covered.

Senior friendly Cafes - tried and tested by our team and clients

Honeystreet Mill Café, Pewsey

Honeystreet Mill, Honeystreet Village, Pewsey Vale, Wiltshire, SN9 5PS

One of our dearest client’s got us on to the Honeystreet Café, she would frequent there every week with her Care Professional to enjoy all it has to offer, including a hearty all day breakfast. It has easy access, is wheelchair friendly with everything on one level and a disabled toilet. There is riverside outdoor seating to watch the world go by. With onsite parking, and farm shop to boot you can’t go wrong.

Click here to visit their website: Honeystreet Mill Cafe

The Charlton Cat, Pewsey

Charlton St Peter, Pewsey, United Kingdom, SN9 6EZ

This darling little out of the way, Tea Room is dog and family friendly and serves up delicious home cooked food. If you fancy a little walk after, there are footpaths that run right from the front door but be aware the Charlton Cat is located on a steep turn so be prepared for a more challenging walk.
Charlton Cat.

Click here to visit their website: Charlton Cat Cafe

Polly Tea Rooms, Marlborough

Polly Tea Rooms, 26-27 High St, Marlborough SN8 1LW

A quaint traditional tea room with pretty window seating areas, looking out on to Marlborough high street. They serve a beautiful selection of creative cakes, treats and teas. We love it so much, we chose to celebrate our Home Instead Office, 5 year anniversary there. If there was ever a testament to how great their afternoon teas are, it’s that there is nothing left on our plates. (Pictured left to right: Sophie Perez, Alison Batchelor, Sue McNicol, Empty plates, Ali Daw, Emma Cave-Toye and Nell Light)

Click here to visit their website:Polly Tea Rooms

Memory Cafe Melksham and Amesbury

Memory Café Melksham

Art House Café, Market Place, Melksham, SN12 6ES

Memory Café Amesbury
Methodist Hall, 13 Hight Street, Amesbury, SP4 7ET

Home Instead Andover and East Wiltshire are advocates of Dementia Friends and Memory Cafes are a great, monthly opportunity for people with memory problems or dementia, and their carers to meet. Funded by Wiltshire Council and run by Alzheimer’s Support, the meet ups usually offer a member of staff to help provide information, a guest speaker or some live music as well as a support and fully understanding community. For further information on how to get in touch with them regarding their meet times please click on the link where you can download time tables and find out your nearest Memory café.

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