Even if I had an ear for it, I would never dare to take them up on their offer.
You can tell just by looking at it that you want to know what you are letting yourself in for.
And its much the same with both the coffee and the certified organic wholefoods you find at St Martins Coffee. A bit intimidating at first.
But there is no need to make a public spectacle of oneself.
There are plenty of secluded spots where one can hideaway, with a newspaper to watch and observe before taking the plunge.
“Since our inception, June 1979, we have never used microwave ovens, aluminium pots, artificial colours, flavours, preservatives or tin openers. No industrial chain shop, factory, mass produced convenience meals will ever be served to you here.”
The property has a 18th Century facade and mediaeval interior that has been sensitively restored and furnished with an eclectic mixture of beams, log fires and enticing hideaways. Giving one every reason to expolre the twists and turns and the journey to the toilets on the third floor is an experience no visitor to Chichester should miss.