A great new cake stop in the heart of Staffordshire with a bit of Brownhills within!

Lovely cake and drinks, and nice china too… image from the Bearded Been Facebook Page.

Since it’s such a nice day, and having tried the place out myself in the last few days I’d like to give a shout out and a little plug to a Brownhills lad’s new coffee enterprise at a popular Staffordshire craft centre and working farm – Amerton.

Nathan Le Moine, son of long term friend of the blog Julie and all round top bloke has just opened a great coffee shop there called the Bearded Bean. It’s where I was headed last Sunday until my bike decided to give up the ghost…

Located at Amerton Farm, just off the A51 towards Stowe by Chartley, I’d not been to the place in a very long time, and was pleasantly surprised with the facilities there – farm shop, play barn, farm animals, miniature railway, craft shops etc – and Nathan’s great Bearded Bean coffee stop.

You can check out the Bearded Bean’s Facebook page here.

The tea and cake were excellent, service prompt and attentive and exceedingly polite. This will become a regular cake stop on my travels from now on and I commend it to you all.

Hi Bob

I hope you are well! I’m just wondering if you could maybe let people know about a new business venture of mine. I’ve opened a coffee shop at Amerton Farm (near Stafford) and sell barista coffee, teas, milkshakes and smoothies.

Most of my stuff is made using Fairtrade, organic or local products (or a combination of the three).

I have had some great comments from people so far and just need to get the word out a bit more. It may be worth mentioning that next door is a brand new play barn (they’ve spent lots on it so it is pretty impressive!) – but its a great place to come for just a cuppa or to bring the kids and grandkids!

Nathan

I can’t think of a better place to visit on such a lovely sunny day – and at weekends they’re open until 5pm so why not get out there and give it a go?

One of the many nice things about Amerton is there are swallows nesting in the buildings, and their antics are a joy to watch!

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One Response to A great new cake stop in the heart of Staffordshire with a bit of Brownhills within!

  1. wozelbeak says:

    Took our cycle group there two weeks ago and was not dissapointed.

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