Situated on top of the panoramic Bringsty Common at the side of the A44 beside a quirky vintage and antique shop is a small cafe serving up homemade cakes, coffee and savoury bites for cyclists and walkers alike exploring this fantastic part of Herefordshire.
Just a short cycle from Brockhampton Estate, consisting of 1700 acres of farmland and medieval manor house inside you’ll find a range of fantastic homemade cakes including their famous sticky ginger, coffee & walnut Victoria sponge and vegan carrot cake.
As for breakfast there’s a range of full English, veggie and vegan options with small, medium and large sizes available, there’s also ‘on toast’, filled baps, crumpets and porridge. For lunch you’ll find a large range of freshly prepared sandwiches, toasties, jacket potatoes, salads, burgers and big plate meals again all very reasonably priced.
Those looking for something sweet will find a small selection of homemade cakes including a superb sticky ginger, Victoria sponge, coffee and vegan carrot cake.
With plenty of seating both within their enclosed courtyard garden and a great number indoors too, it’s ideal for cycling groups of all sizes exploring Herefordshire and Worcestershire.