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The Hayloft Cafe

Portland, Dorset

  • The Hayloft Cafe
  • The Hayloft Cafe
  • The Hayloft Cafe

Pennsylvania Road, Portland, DT5 1HU

Tel: 01305 820918

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The Hayloft Café is part of the wonderful Pennsylvania Castle Estate, nestled in the cliffs on the Isle of Portland.

Sitting at the top of Church Ope Cove, it is an ideal place to pause from the coastal path, cycling around the Island, swimming in the Cove or just to enjoy our range of modern healthy and indulgent food.

Fresh salad and vegetables from our own Estate kitchen garden combines with locally sourced produce to create a menu of healthy snacks.

Our famous smoothies use fresh fruit along with seasonal fruits from the Estate. Be sure to try our wonderful salads including the rocket and fresh tasty tomatoes, picked that day by Ian, our Estate gardener.

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