Promoting the Gateway to the Dales. Skipton, North Yorkshire.
Published October 19th 2012
Caffe Nero. The little blue themed coffee shop of that brings the taste of Italian Coffee to us.
It may be a chain store and Skipton may be a small town, but this doesn't mean that Skipton's Caffe Nero isn't as standard as Leeds or London.
With the same quality Italian coffee and the same welcoming service, Skipton probably beats the queues as you wait for your coffee.
A vast choice of coffee is available, from your piping hot lattes that you have to wait to cool to your frappe lattes that you nearly want to warm up a bit! The choice is yours, speciality teas are also available.
Caffe Nero is almost your less formal version of Costa Coffee, with a much more calming atmosphere. Probably much easier for a catch up with you friends mid-afternoon, rather than a catch up with the newspaper.
If you are a bit of interior decor or Italy idealist, Caffe Nero is an ideal place for you to grab a cup of coffee and let your eyes wander over the decor.
With columns and arches and cast iron staircases, Caffe Nero tries to retain the historical features of a building, while bringing Italy to us. For example, the classic mahogany bars, are sourced all the way from southern Italy and another classic feature of Caffe Nero is the wide open windows, allowing the light in and our chance to watch the world pass by.
Skipton's Caffe Nero is an ideal place to sit back and watch the world go by without too many formalities.