VISITORS to a Powys garden centre from now (April, 2013) onwards will be able to take their laptops with them and check their emails or surf the internet while on-site.
The Old Railway Line Garden Centre at Three Cocks near Hay-on-Wye is offering people using its Railway Restaurant free Wi-Fi access.
Katie Cleary, Shop Manager at the garden centre, explained: ?The service will give restaurant customers the opportunity to sit and relax with a drink or meal and surf the web for work or pleasure.
?Customers will be given the login details for the Wi-Fi on the bottom of their restaurant till receipt. This is part of the garden centre?s ongoing, award-winning customer service initiatives. It is free and delivers a high-speed internet connection.
?We?re always interested in new ideas and technology here at The Old Railway Line Garden Centre and are keen to provide our customers with the opportunity to have business meetings here, receive emails and use their laptops to visit their favourite websites.
?There?s definitely a customer demand for this service and we?re really pleased to be able to offer it at the garden centre.?
The award-winning, independent family-run garden centre was established in 1990 by owners, Mark and Christina Cleary. It provides customers with a wide range of quality plants, indoor and outdoor living goods, gardening equipment, pet care products, giftware and furniture.
The Railway Restaurant, which reveals views of the Radnorshire Hills, is open seven days a week and seats 150 people. It serves a variety of main meals, sandwiches, jacket potatoes and a selection of homemade cakes and desserts. There is ample free parking on-site.
For further information, please call The Old Railway Line Garden Centre, which is located at Three Cocks in Brecon, Powys, on 01497 847055 or visit www.oldrailwaylinenursery.co.uk, log on to www.facebook.com/oldrailwaylinegardencentre or follow the company on Twitter by visiting www.twitter.com/orlgardencentre.