THE owners of a new coffee shop soon to open in Barons Quay say the store will be ‘eye-catching and impressive’.

Founded by Chris and Stephen Shelmerdine, Northwich Coffee House will be the brother’s sixth independent north west store west when it opens in February.

The pair opened their first coffee house in Lymm in 2011 in their early 20s, after quitting their jobs to focus on offering people fantastic coffee, homemade food and brilliant service in their local area.

Proving to be huge success, they have since opened further shops in Sale, Partington and Widnes, as well as a brand-new store which opened earlier this month in the centre of Huyton.

This was achieved after working alongside a team from Knowsley Council to re-develop Huyton’s High Street, and this is something both Chris and Stephen are hoping to mirror in Northwich.

“We believe Northwich Coffee House will be a great addition to the town centre,” said Chris.

“To be positioned alongside national retail stores like H&M, Sports Direct, Card Factory, River Island and Asda is very exciting for my brother and I.”

The pair hope that their Northwich shop will play an important role in the transformation of Barons Quay and say that it will be the brand’s ‘most eye-catching shop to date’.

In a prime location, the unit will offer customers a great space to meet friends, family and work colleagues.

The interior of the building will display an impressive, bespoke wall art with an illuminated tree taking centre stage.

There will also be various seating options both inside and out.

A state-of-the-art coffee machine will produce The Coffee House’s own unique, three-bean blend of coffee.

The food, made fresh and daily in the kitchens, will include sandwiches, paninis, jacket potatoes, cakes and other tasty confectionaries.

This will make the venue perfect for breakfast, brunch, dinner or snacks to eat in or take away.