Whenever you fancy a break there are plenty of tea and coffee shops and small cafés to sit in, with cakes, sandwiches, soups and toasties as well as the reviving hot drink you need after a few hours of shopping or walking the national trails. Three cafés are on or very close to the Thames, all are near significant buildings which people come from all over the world to view.
Even when you may not have time to view the new exhibitions in County Hall Museum, The MouseHole is a unique place for relaxation and best quality coffee and tea cost £1.00. Groips from town clubs meet here as many people who were young in the 50s will think of with nostalgia – this is true Abingdon.
Characterful properties and interesting staff create attractive eateries throughout the town. Craft groups, films, even theatre and opera can be found in town eateries and most places vary their offer and also provide free wi fi.
The town cinema has raked seating and also tables so you can have a drink or a meal while viewing the latest release films.
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