Coffee with Sir Alfred Munnings?
The concept to provide a high quality coffee offering and fine tea room to run alongside the stunning setting afforded by the Adrian Hill Fine Art gallery has been most enthusiastically received and warmly welcomed in Lees Yard. Visitors continually remark on the calm and relaxing ambience and compliment the harmonious colours that have been used throughout the building which enables the very best examples of fine art to be showcased in such an effective way.
The emphasis from the outset was to source the highest quality products and finest equipment to enable and maintain levels of consistency to meet the highest expectations from customers … and this has certainly been achieved.
The venue is proving popular with residents and local generic acyclovir no prescription customers who make arrangements to meet on a regular basis. Word-of-mouth is the finest form of advertising and personal recommendation has been one of the major factors in promoting the gallery’s new venture.
Despite being in a relatively central location in the busy historic Georgian town of Holt, Lees Yard is perhaps one of the town’s best kept secrets and is renowned as being a most inspirational place to discover. Tucked away behind traditionally-built cottages, Lees Yard can be quite difficult to find. There are two entrances, one leading directly off Bull Street but the most popular is the pedestrianised brickweave pathway leading through wrought-iron gates from the Albert Street Car Park which is particularly suitable for disabled visitors.