Who doesn’t love a bit of cake and a nice cup of tea? There are so many amazing little cafes in Morpeth that provide such comfort and warmth especially in this cold weather. So if you’ve had a long day shopping, or you’re planning a walk along the lovely River Wansbeck, why not stop in one of these for a little breather before heading on.
Based on Newgate Street, this cosy cafe is just the thing for a bit of peace and quiet. Comfy seating, dog friendly and has wheelchair access. The perfect homely cafe.
Making your way into town and looking for a little stop for a coffee before the day? Cube serves it all, as well as delicious homemade cakes!
New to Newgate Street, you’ll find the cutest little cafe serving wonderful homemade cakes and bakes. They also do amazing occasion cakes if you are looking for something special.
If you have just finished a walk around the river and are heading into town, The Chantry Tearooms have you covered. Head there for the perfect pit-stop.
Pop in for some lunch and have a browse through all of the Larder’s wonderful local products!
In the centre of Carlisle Park and surrounded by the stunning Autumn/Winter scenery, The Pavillion is in the perfect area to rest after you’ve finished a wander around Morpeth.
Another new addition! Pleased to Meet You’s tearoom on Bridge Street is dedicated to the suffragette Emily Davidson. Choose from a range of tea time favourites in a new stylish setting.
Based inside Sanderson Arcade, Central Bean is a cosy spot to rest those feet (and shopping bags!)
Enjoy one of Harry’s famous cannolis with a cup of coffee or have a tipsy tipple after a long day of shopping.
Café Vault is a chic cafe offering breakfasts, brunch and lunches as well as some very tasty cakes!
What are your favourite Morpeth cafe stops? Let us know and we will be sure to add them to the list! Email email@example.com