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It’s what weardale has been waiting for – a coffee shop cool and sharp enough to rival any city centre meeting place, but with all the welcoming warmth of the North Country. Relax in style, admire the art work, smell the aroma, permit the menu to tempt you, survey the passing scene, read the paper, swap the gossip, discuss the deal, sip your coffee, linger as long as you please.

The coffee shop No10 is the focus of Weardale life all day through. From breakfast through elevenses and lunch to teatime and beyond it’s the natural place of choice.

Where?  Right on the market place in wolsingham.

You can’t – and mustn’t – miss the coffee shop at No10

  •   I called this morning and got a beacon butty and a latte, the bread was soft, tasty and crusty. But the beacon was cooked to perfection and scrumptious. The coffee was tremendous.

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      Came with my wife and 15week old daughter for an early breakfast. We were greeted through the door and the staff immediately made sure we had space and my daughter was comfortable. We enjoyed a lovely sausage and egg sandwich, coffee and a scone with...More

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  •   Great place to pop in for a hearty meal and your choice of beverage. If the weather is fair you have the opportunity to sit outside and watch Wolsingham inhabitants go about their daily bits and pieces.

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      1st time here even though we're locals but won't be the last! Had the 'traditional breakfast' x 2. Included eggs cooked as your choice, we had poached, 2 sausages, 2 slices of bacon, beans, tomatoes mushrooms, hash brown, black pudding. Plus toast! Everything cooked to...More

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  •   Food was superb and I suppose that is what an eating establishment is there to provide and that is why we gave it 5* , but ambience and being made welcome also are important . The young man who we first encountered was great and...More

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      Popped in again for lunch and we were not disappointed. Tuna sandwich was immense and the service is great. Lots of options for coffee and great selection of fentimens cold drinks. Will certainly return.

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  •   A wonderfully warm and friendly restaurant. Popped in for a coffee whilst working in the area. Mark the owner is ace and his staff are super friendly. They serve an array of lovely coffees and the cake and sweet selection is fantastic. I had the...More

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      You can sit on the corner outside no10 and watch the world go by while drinking fab coffee, the staff are so helpful and so happy always a smile for there customers

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  •   I came to Wolsingham for my hen do and popped into no 10 for a hungover coffee and cake. We briefly mentioned why we were visiting and politely chatted about my upcoming big day.... the owner then came out with 2 bottles of Prosecco for...More

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      Have called in previously but this visit was not as impressive. The first table we sat at STUNK of damp/dirty cloth. Many tables were empty but covered in dirty dishes. There were other people in the café but the service wasn’t great. Servers didn't seem...More

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  •   What a lovely little find! Called in for a late breakfast before walking to Tunstall Reservoir and so pleased we did. Very welcoming and nice food and coffee. We will definitely return.

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      This coffee shop runs so smoothly. The staff are friendly, very welcoming and highly efficient at their jobs. Coffee and tea were great, as were the cakes, scones and pastry tarts that we had, all beautifully served. Very pretty location, with parking either outside, on...More

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  •   Visited this beautiful little cafe post hen do with my friends. What lovely welcoming and friendly staff. Home made cakes were delightful. He chatted and ensured we were okay and then gave the bride a bottle of Prosecco as a present. Will defiantly be back...More

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      Just called for hot drinks while out for a walk and enjoying the countryside in the area. Service was good, otherwise nothing to make it special.

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  •   As I was working in the area I popped in here on the off chance they did take out coffee. They did and as an added bonus ‘giant biscuits’. Namely Bourbon, Custard Cream and Jammie Dodger. Lovely coffee as well. Even helped with a container...More

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      Great friendly smiley staff and good service. They have a ramp for a wheelchair too. Had a home made hot cross bun which was delicious and a latté. My husband had a hot chocolate with cream and marsh mellows in a large mug which he...More

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  •   Recommended by Trip - BUT oh dear - we were sitting outside in the sunshine. Our order (at the counter inside) was delivered by a sour faced young lady with attitude. She thumped the order so hard on the table that the coffee slopped over...More

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      Took my brother-in-law here for breakfast on the morning of his wedding. We were given prosecco to toast him and the owner / manager was charming. Gluten-free toast and dairy-free latte (is that even possible...?!) for the groom was as surprising as it was welcome...More

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  •   Called for a light lunch. The food was good but the portions were for us a little over-generous. My daughter had to take half of her sandwich home! It was nice to get a few chips but sadly no salad which I'd rather had.

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      Went here for breakfast was delicious the guy who serves the food with his expensive shoes is also very nice and adds to the experience

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