This is a continuing series featuring warm spaces to spend on a cold Hot Springs day.
Local Tori Marin purchased a 1926 house on Woodbine and turned it into a home-like cafe that's been serving Hot Springs since May.
The Hideaway Cafe, located at 223 Woodbine St., is described as a "really homey, cozy cafe where people don’t have to be in a hurry," by Marin and her son, who works at the cafe as a barista and chef, Mark Linder.
And now that the first winter since the Hideaway's opening is here, there's no better place to spend a cold day than in a home warmed by a fire, and stocked with breakfast food and, of course, coffee.
In the Hideaway, you will find numerous games to choose from to pass the time, or there is WiFi for those looking to hunker down and get some work done.
Open 7-days a week, the Hideaway is a gem not to be missed out on as we enter the frigid months ahead.