Bloom and Grind

Bloom and Grind
Cafe and coffee shop in Pembridge
Corner House, East Street, Pembridge, Leominster, Herefordshire, HR6 9HA
Opening hours: 09:30 - 16:30 (Tue), 09:00 - 16:30 (Wed - Fri), 09:30 - 16:30 (Sat), 10:00 - 16:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Freshly roasted coffee from Hundred House Coffee, just 16 miles north of here (a medieval riverside town well worth a visit once you're refuelled) and tea from Good & Proper Teas


The cappuccino was delicious, as was there Easter themed rice crispy cake to get me the last few miles home


If you're a big brunch fan or love a sweet treat or two you're in for a treat! Particular highlights include their Peter Cooks Bread breakie rolls and sourdough, poached pears or bacon & chilli croffle and honey roast sandwich


Americano (£2.85), cappuccino (£3.20), teas (£2.60),


There's no secure racking but there's space out front of the cafe to rack up your bike which can be seen from a number of the tables inside


Larger groups will struggle to sit indoors, however why not take away and enjoy in the scenic village of Pembridge


The cafe is located 16 miles south of the medieval, castle and riverside town of Ludlow, 15 miles north of the cathedral city of Hereford and 7 miles west of Leominster, surrounded by quiet, scenic (if a little pot-holed) rural Herefordshire roads

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Nestled in the quaint Herefordshire village of Pembridge is a new café and flower shop serving up delicious breakfasts and all-day brunches alongside homemade cakes, goodies from Peter Cooks Bread bakery, fantastic coffee from Hundred House Coffee in nearby Ludlow and great tea too.

With breakfast served until 11:30 and brunch until 15:30 you’re in for a treat, especially given much of their bread is sourced from Peter Cooks Bread – who perhaps make the best cruffins locally and available here Thursday – Saturday! Particular favourites of ours include their milk breakie rolls, poached pears or bacon & chilli croffle (two croissant on a waffle iron) and mature cheddar or honey roast sandwich served in Ledbury loaf, milk or malted bread. Lighter snacks include sourdough toast, sweet scones and toasted teakcake with Netherend Farm butter & jam.

On the counter you’ll find an assortment of cakes, tray-bakes and pastries many of which are vegan and gluten-free friendly too. On our last visit delights included a Biscoff or Bakewell blondie, maple & pecan or apricot flapjack, millionaire shortbread, Biscoff rocky road, varying seasonal treats, a coffee cake and Peter Cooks famous croissants and cruffins.

Inside the hip interior, decorated with an abundance of their own flowers you’ll find a limited number of tables in addition to a small selection of tables out front too. Do note at weekends it does get busy with locals and tourists alike.

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