We went to the cafe yesterday (3rd April) with my 13yr old sister, mum and heavily pregnant sister.
When we arrived we were told there was an entrance fee in the sum of £6 per adult and £4 per child.
No where did it state that there was an entrance fee nor did the person who booked our table advise us which straight away got my back up, I wouldn't mind paying £2 entrance fee if it was absolutely necessary but you don't go to what is a standard cafe and expect to pay a fee to enter then pay for you coffee and cake!
There were to many children pestering the cats, this is not specifically the cafe owners fault but it meant because there were so many children very few cats wanted to come out, as a cat owner I know full well that cats keeps out of the way of children as they get fed up.
The food and drink was good but don't you think if you're paying an entrance fee you should get a free drink?
We had to ask twice to be seated as they hadn't cleared the table and my sister was heavily pregnant and struggling.
We would go back again but not when children are off school and I still feel strongly that the fee is excessive.
The cats all appeared happy and healthy, they do appear to have chosen cats suited to a very social environment which is good.
I would go again and would have given them a 5 star review if there wasn't a ridiculous fee to enter topped off by not even being informed about it until we spoke with the receptionist.
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