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Cranberry Swamp is a cool stylish licensed restaurant located at 24 Skinner Street, Whitby. We specialise in gluten-free food but do offer a choice of bread for those of you who love your toast! Gluten-free does not mean Fun-free! If anything the flavours & textures of our meals are enhanced by the richer, more wholesome and varied ingredients used. (We're open 7 days a week from 8am to about 4.00pm-ish). We have a range of delicious and alternative breakfasts as an antidote to the 'Full English.' i.e. Avocado & Bacon on toast, beautiful porridge and gorgeous House Kedgeree and, the by now famous, Mex Eggs. There are also a wide range of light meals served throughout the day including vegetarian…
Amazing breakfast which is rare to find for my gluten-intolerant boyfriend! So many options to choose from and there really is something for any dietary requirement. Staff were super lovely too.. I’m just sad we live 3 hours away!!
Having been forced to drink Hotel Coffee [you know one spoonful of Coffee makes 100 cups] it was an absolute pleasure to find the wonderful Cranberry Swamp open whilst the standard chains were probably still taking the first yawn of the day .
How lucky were we that Botham’s tea room was closed on a Monday or we would never have discovered what an excellent place this is and definitely much better service too.
Hot chocolate perfect as was my coffee, tea cake yummy too.
It’s a super...More
We came for breakfast two days running - we loved this cafe. The morning sun streams in through the big windows, and the 60s vibe is bright and cheerful. We had eggs royale - decent portion with two eggs, perfectly cooked and beautifully presented. Lots...More
I regularly visit the Cranberry Swamp. This time I brought my mum who was visiting, and the kids (one who is a fussy eater but found something on the menu). My kids had a bacon bun and a tuna melt. My mum and myself had...More
My partner and I visited Whitby for the first time at the weekend. It was my birthday and we’d booked a spa hotel for a couple of nights. I love brunch and as birthday princess, I racked the likes of trip advisor/ google/Facebook/instagram for somewhere...More