The Station Masters House sits on the platform of the historic Hadlow Station and museum which is located on the Wirral Way footpath, cycle track and bridle way. Formerly the home of the railway official who ran the station, the building is soon to be the venue for a new coffee house and kitchen. It is to be a family run business comprising of a mother, father and daughter team.
This exciting new venture has been in the pipeline now for over four years and after numerous setbacks, we are finally in the process of transforming it into a vibrant café offering speciality coffee, teas, freshly made cakes and delicious, homemade food.
We are very keen to preserve the character of the quaint old building, keeping a lot of the original features and even adding some back in, transforming it into a vintage style café.
Inside you will find small cosy rooms, open fires, plus all the charm and character of a railway building that dates back to 1866 when the Hooton to Parkgate line first opened.
Outside the house there will be tables and chairs both in the sheltered courtyard area and on the sunny South facing platform (sun not guaranteed).
We believe that The Station Master's House is going to be something special where our customers can enjoy quality food and drink in a café with a difference.
We hope to be opening the doors to welcome our first customers this Autumn, but until then we have a lot to do.
We cannot wait to show you our vision and are looking forward to this exciting new chapter.
Mark, Sue & Emily