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10 Cafés in Chorley

Chorley's cafes are worth a visit

Chorley is a bustling and historic market town that sits by the West Pennine Moors and boasts a rich and vibrant history that dates quite a number of years. It's a great spot for walkers, with a Heritage Trail that includes Astley Park with its ancient woods, and the local market which has been running since its charter was awarded in 1498. Key attractions include Rivington Pike, Anglezarke Reservoir and the ancient Neolithic burial sites at Round Loan and Pikestones. And after exploring all this, what’s better than relaxing in one of Chorley’s wonderful cafes?

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Cafe Ambio - Astley Park

Astley
Cake & Coffee££££
5.0/61
Cafe Ambio - Astley Park

Casa Colombiana Ltd

City Centre
Cake & Coffee££££
5.3/6194
Casa Colombiana Ltd

Guzelian Cafe Bar

Little Germany
Cake & Coffee££££
5.7/631
Guzelian Cafe Bar
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Something Else - Childwall

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    Enjoy local delicacies in Chorley's cafes

    Lancashire has a rich food heritage and you'll spot plenty of local delicacies in Chorley's cafes, including the famous Chorley Cake and plenty of local cheeses. Look out for satisfying slices of butter pie made with potatoes, onion and delicious flaky pastry, or spicy squares of fresh parkin. Cafes serving Chorley cake will tell you that these treats are similar to an Eccles cake, but less sweet. They’re made with sugar and spiced currants that are baked into a butter-rich pastry with a shiny, crunchy glazed top. They are absolutely delicious with a delicate cup of Earl Grey or a cup of coffee.
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    Chorley's cafes welcome everyone

    The cafes in Chorley are known for being friendly and welcoming, and you'll find menus that offer something for everyone, including gluten-free, low-sugar and healthy eating options. Hungry walkers can look forward to hot meals, such as jacket potatoes served straight from the oven with an array of toppings, or slices of pie served with fresh salads. A bowl of homemade soup is wonderful with a chunk of warm bread and butter, and you'll find it hard to resist the fresh cakes displayed in the window. The locals take their tea seriously here too, so you'll find everything from 'builder's brew' in strong white mugs, through to specialist and seasonal blends served in the finest vintage china. If you're visiting with small children then expect to find high chairs readily provided, and many of the cafes in Chorley also welcome dogs too.
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    The cafes in Chorley can get very busy

    The town has a lively annual events calendar, which includes the flower show in July and a two-day entertainment event in October. At these times, in particular, visitors numbers swell and the Chorley cafes can get very busy. Avoid the rush by booking in advance, especially if you are looking to dine at lunch or with a larger group. And if you're treating yourself to a leisurely lunch or a lavish cream tea, why not share your experiences and leave a review for your fellow Quandoo diners?