No4

No4

Tearoom

0.5 miles
4 North Road, Clowne, S43 4PF

You’ll find No4 nestled in the charming village of Clowne. With a beautiful traditional-style interior and a pretty garden, this is the perfect place to bring family and friends for a relaxed bite to eat and a great spot to pause after a walk along the adjacent Clowne Branch Line Greenway. Dogs are welcome throughout the tearoom too, so there’s no need to leave your four-legged pals behind.

On the drinks menu, you’ll find an impressive array of locally sourced tea, as well as freshly brewed coffee. For those who fancy something a little stronger, there’s refreshing cider, beer and wine on offer, as well as Prosecco and Champagne for those special occasions. To complement your drinks, No4 offers a delicious all-day menu. From freshly made artisan sandwiches to jacket potatoes, there’s something for everyone. The lasagne served with garlic bread and rocket comes highly recommended, as does the scrambled eggs and smoked salmon on toast.

For those with a sweet-tooth, the homemade cakes are sure to hit the spot, and the classic afternoon tea – which comes with finger sandwiches, lemon cake, brownie, toffee loaf and scones – is perfect for a treat. There are even vegan and gluten-free alternatives available. No4 is also open on Friday evenings, presenting a mouth-watering bistro menu.


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Opening Hours:
Weds:9am-4pm
Thurs:9am-4pm
Fri:9am-10pm
Sat:9am-5pm
Sun:10am-4pm

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