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Peggy Mays Cafe in New Forest


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We drove up from Lymington to here especially for breakfast, admittedly on our way home but out of our way nevertheless.
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30 September 2019
You are spoilt for choice along the High Street but we had first class service and food at Peggy's. The rolls and their contents were both fresh and tasty. We were able to sit outside and watch the world go by.
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26 May 2019

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