Frampton Marsh cafe is a brand new indoor cafe at the RSPB Frampton Marsh site in Boston.
Frampton Marsh is one of Lincolnshire's premier nature reserves, popular with bird watchers, families and lovers of the outdoors. Pay the reserve a visit, soak up the fresh air, and sample some local food & drink in the brand new 'Frampton Marsh cafe'.
The cafe is located next door to the visitors' centre, adjacent to the car park. Visitors to the cafe can enjoy stunning views of the nature reserve.
The cafe offers both vegan and vegetarian options as well as oat and soya milk available for hot drinks.
Enjoy a selection of hot and cold drinks, light lunches, local Lincolnshire produce and a range of handmade fresh cakes.
The Frampton Marsh cafe proudly serves their 'bird-friendly coffee'. This coffee has been specially grown with the tree canopy covering the coffee bush in place. This provides a vital home for wildlife who would typically reside in these areas.
The friendly on-site team look forward to welcoming you.
To find out more about the nature reserve, visit the RSPB Frampton Marsh page.
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