Things to do at Kitty Cafe Nottingham review
The Kitty Cafe in the heart of Nottingham city centre is my son’s idea of heaven. It is not just a cafe that serves drinks and food though, they are also a cat rescue centre and you can meet their cats in the cafe. They take in a range of cats from different backgrounds. With rescue cats, to strays, to cats that have had medical issues. They take them in and look after them until they find their forever home. Many of these characters you can meet while at the Kitty Cafe, who knows you may even fall in love with one of them enough to rehome them.
The Kitty Cafe is the first of its kind in Nottingham and it is a bright, laid back venue. You can pre-book a table online and their menu also includes vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. They have a range of teas, light bites and sweet indulgences. You can sit and sip one of their 100 different types of tea, or a selection of milkshakes, juices and more while making friends with their cats.
Their food includes a selection of pizzas, jacket potatoes, paninis, sandwiches, salads and toasties. They are all made on-site and there is an extensive dessert list with over 15 different types of cheesecakes. Could they make this place any more ideal for my son?
You can stroke the cats (but not pick them up) and they have toys available that you can play with the cats with. There is a range of seating and it’s a great place to relax. The venue welcomes families and they are fully wheelchair accessible with full changing facilities on-site. You can even pre-order an afternoon tea, what a treat. Bookings are for just 1 hour, if you want to stay longer please contact the venue.
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FAQ and Further Information Kitty Cafe Nottingham
Is there food and drink available?
This is a cafe serving hot and cold food and drinks.
What are the main things to do?
Cat cafe with cats that you can stroke and play with, in a bright and relaxed environment. There are toilets and you can purchase food and drinks.
Is there a cost to visit?
*Yes there is a cost to visit
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *There is a £6 charge per adult and a £4 charge per child. This is a welfare charge and this goes towards looking after their cats. It is then your choice regarding what food or drinks you purchase.
Is there parking?
There is no on-site parking. There is a tram stop nearby, the train station is an approx. 10 minute walk and there is parking nearby where charges apply.
When are they open?
They are open for most of the year. For up to date opening times please visit their website.
Dogs are not permitted.
Are they accessible?
They are an accessible venue.
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