In the heart of the peaceful village of Bishampton, just six miles north of the Georgian town of Pershore is a bustling, community run village cafe and shop serving up affordable breakfasts, hot sandwiches, homemade cakes and coffee.
Early risers and those looking for all day breakfasts will find a very reasonably priced selection of morning goodies; hot breakfast baps (bacon, sausage, egg, mushroom), toasted teacakes, crumpets, croissants and pain au chocolat to name a few. At lunch there’s a selection of homemade and bought soups, freshly prepared sandwiches and sausage rolls.
For those with a sweet tooth you’re in for a treat, all cakes are homemade and vary by the day, during our last visit these included a very moist fruity flapjack (pictured), Bakewell slice, chocolate brownie and millionaire shortbread.
Cycling groups of all sizes should have no trouble finding a seat; there’s a good number of benched seats outside along with a small number of tables situated inside the shop too. Dedicated bike racking can be found to the left of the village store, alongside plenty of room around the outdoor seating.
Once refuelled we highly recommend heading east through the scenic Lenches villages, through the former railway village of Broom and towards the Georgian Warwickshire market town of Alcester. Alternatively head south and try out our very own Bredon Hill circular cycling route with fantastic views and quiet roads.