Opposite the outdoor seating arrangement of corner copia there is the outdoor arrangement of the number 12 café.
Whilst there are a varying selection of seating arrangements I and my parents chose to sink ourselves comfortably down into their comfortable armchair cushions. See-through posts of tea where served to us in lightweight fine bone China cups with saucers. Other seating arrangements we could have chosen where wooden tables either rounded or square and could fit up to six people tops. The flooring is plain and made to look like wooden floorboards. The wooden tables are a light vague brown colour but the armchair seats are more of a tartan pattern in many shades of colour. My mother felt that colour combination created a very modernish atmosphere.
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Accessibility at Number Twelve
This café is fabulously accessible simply because the entryway is flat and there are no steps into the front door of the building. Furthermore, they do have a good sized accessible toilet. Whilst there is no braille menu the staff are happy to read the menu to you. In addition, staff are not trained for those who are neurodiverse they are happy to help wherever and whenever they can. A good example of this is when they are willing to move a seat in their outdoor seating area to accommodate the needs of a person in a wheelchair. Whilst it is push chair friendly there are no high chairs available.