Caffè & Co.
Artisan Coffee Shop, Tea Rooms & Ice Cream Bar

Good cafes in St Helens are few and far between yet all have their place.¬† There is nothing wrong with the old greasy spoon cafe, each has it’s own market and we are the last to criticise anyone.

But if you are on the look out for a really good cafe in St Helens, and like to venture out for breakfast, lunch or even just a coffee then take a trip down to Caffe & Co. in Rainhill Village.¬† Ok so strictly speaking it isn’t exactly ‘St Helens’ but it’s only a stones throw and is very accessible from anywhere being on the rail and bus routes to and from St Helens and Liverpool with stops directly outside the door.

Get the train to Rainhill railway station or catch the number 10a bus from St Helens and Caffe & Co. is just across the bridge.

Good coffee shops in Liverpool are hard to come by but when you find one to your liking, typically you will go there day in day out for your caffeine fix.

Fining a coffee shop in Liverpool¬†that you like isn’t just about great tasting coffee but of course that should and will be paramount but will include a number of of secondary factors, namely to include;

  • Location
  • Ambience
  • Snacks & Food
  • Proximity to parking / public transport perhaps
  • Clientele
  • Friendliness of staff
  • Cleanliness
  • Comfort
  • Children’s facilities
  • Disabled access

This isn’t of course an exhaustive list but you get the gist.¬†

Caffe & Co. is based in Rainhill village which is a historic village on the edge of Liverpool in L35. We are opposite Rainhill Railway station so very accessible from Liverpool Lime St station as part of a Liverpool coffee shop tour.

We tick all the above boxes and more.  Our decor is quite unique, making our shop extremely welcoming and the ideal Liverpool coffee shop for business meetings, meeting friends or just relaxing.

With regular guest coffees on the menu, our coffee is a taste sensation!

Location: Caffè & Co. Limited | 8 Dane Court | Rainhill | Prescot | L35 4LU - How To Find Us

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