Also, that besides new and used books for all ages, it offered rare and antique tomes, and that its Cafe Philosophique offered food for the mind as well as the body. After exploring the site, I heartily agreed!
Well, it's still most decidedly quirky, it's still next to a millpond in Cromford, and it still offers new and used books for all ages as well as rare and antique books. Plus, its Cafe Philosophique still offers food for the mind as well as the body, and it can still claim to be "Britain's most enjoyable Bookshop".
which I'm combing for storage tips since I can't seem to stop acquiring "must have"
books for my own library. But can any true book lover say that's a "bad" thing?