A trip to Boston isn’t complete without visiting one of the unique independent cafes in the town centre. Whether you’re planning to take a relaxing break from a day of discovery in the historic town centre or looking for a place for a light lunch with friends, we’ve got you covered.
Boston has a range of cafes and coffee houses to suit your taste and style. Whether you’re exploring the cobbled streets surrounding The Stump or taking a walk along the river Witham, you’ll find a selection of delightful cafes and coffee shops to stop off at.
Boston Lock Café is the perfect place for a mid-walk recharge with views of the Stump and the Grand Sluice. Also, for avid cyclists taking on the Water Rail Way, the Boston Lock Café is the best spot for a relaxing reward once you finish.
In the town centre, The Greenhouse is a quaint dog-friendly coffee shop with a floral aesthetic. Right in the heart of the town centre, there are plenty of cafes for a coffee break. Amongst these The Little Kitchen, and The Old Pottery – offer a quintessentially English café experience. Cafe Noglish, is a unique Norwegian/English café hybrid courtesy of the friendly owners and great atmosphere, serving a passionate selection of treats.
Discover your new favourite coffee shop and explore all there is to offer in Boston.