Enjoy the perfect cuppa in Burnley, Pendle or Rossendale next time you’re out with a senior; drop by some of our favourite places to grab a pot of tea.
Whether taking a break from the weekly shopping, catching up with friends, or treating a loved one to a hot drink – few things in life are as pleasurable as catching up over a cuppa.
Fun fact: Pendle was the first Fair Trade borough in the country, helping producers in developing countries achieve sustainable and equitable trade relationships.
If you want to treat your senior to a warm drink, breakfast or a light bite then head down to Cosy Coffee Burnley .
Family owned and run, you can treat yourself to speciality teas, coffees and hot chocolates as well as breakfast or lunch.
The staff are welcoming and friendly, and the café is spacious enough for wheelchairs or prams.
Alongside the indoor area, there is a cosmopolitan outdoor seating area which can be enjoyed in warm and sunny weather.
The café also has accessible bathrooms for customer use.
Conveniently located in Burnley town centre just a few feet from the shops and local amenities, you can find the café on St James’ Street, Burnley.
About Coffee is located in the heart of Colne and is a gem of a find for all coffee and tea lovers.
They blend and sell a whopping 19 single origin and blended beans, to make you the perfect cup of steaming coffee.
Alongside the coffee, they sell your everyday tea, decaf, speciality and herbal brews.
You can enjoy your favourite brew with a bit of breakfast or an afternoon tea (must be ordered in advance).
Cozy in size, there’s not much room for wheelchairs or prams, however there is limited outdoor seating. For all the coffee connoisseurs, you can find About Coffee here.
A warm welcome from Holly and the team awaits as you enter Victoria’s, a long-established café in the heart of lovely Barnoldswick.
With a traditional tearoom feel, it is like a home-from-home atmosphere where you can enjoy delcious home cooked food, sumptuous puddings and an extensive range of seasonal hot & cold drinks.
Victoria’s has a ramp that can be put outside the door to ensure accessibility for all and has accessible toilets.
So, if you fancy a Full English or a Hot Baguette you can find Victoria’s here.
Located in Bacup, Piccalilly’s offers a variety of hot and cold drinks as well as a warm welcome! There’s plenty of seating inside and in the warmer weather, tables and chairs don the outside giving it a real cosmopolitan feel. If you fancy some grub whilst you’re there; they have a wide and varied menu including ‘Auntie Nette’s’ famous Hash Plate. Close to New Line Reservoir, great for feeding the ducks and Lee Quarry Walking Trails there’s plenty to see and do in the local vicinity.
You can find Picallilly’s here.
The Pavilion Café is a family run Café right in the heart of Alkincoats Park, Colne. Selling a wide selection of hot and cold drinks as well as homemade hearty dishes, cakes and bakes there’s something to suit every appetite!
Alkincoats Park was first awarded a prestigious Green Flag in 2009, and has maintained it ever since. It is an open park with plenty of recreational space. The main attractions of the park are the four tennis courts, the bowling green, the bandstand, and the children’s play area.
The café has truly splendid views across the park and is a lovely place to while away the morning or afternoon. Open Monday – Sunday 09:30-15:00 there’s plenty of opportunity to visit. The café is fully accessible for prams or wheelchairs with accessible bathrooms. You can find the café here.