Coach House Cafe (Escott Park)

Coach House Cafe (Escott Park)
Cafe and coffee shop in Honiton
Honiton, Ottery Saint Mary, Exeter, EX11 1LU
Opening hours: 10:00 - 17:00 (Mon - Sun)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

A simple but freshly ground cappuccino


The ham & cheddar cheese toastie and leek & potato soup was a welcome treat during our Devon dash by bike


You’ll find all your staple cafe favourites here (prepared onsite) served alongside homemade cakes, ice creams, coffee and snacks


Great value! Americano (£), cappuccino (£), espresso (£), tea (£), cakes (£), sourdough toasties (£5.75), bacon / sausage breakfast rolls (£3.95), baguettes (£4.50), soup of the day (£4.75), jacket potatoes (£6.50), ham, egg & chips (£7.50), burgers (from £7.00), pasties (£3.95), sausage rolls (from £2.00), children’s meals (£5.00)


There’s limited racking but you’ll find plenty of space alongside the benched outdoor seating and with clear visibility from inside the bustling too


Both inside and out in their sheltered courtyard seating area is a huge number of tables, making it ideal for cycling groups of all sizes. Advanced bookings are most welcome


Located in the village of Honiton we’re just 16 miles east of the majestic city of Exeter and surrounded by the breathtaking East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with a plethora of quiet, scenic roads both inland and towards the coast

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Located within the beautiful Escott Park and nearby to the Devonshire village of Honiton is a very popular cafe for cyclists, walkers and those visiting it’s adjacent adventure park. Serving up all your favourite breakfast and lunch staples, cakes and coffee and with plenty of space for cycling groups of all sizes it makes an ideal quick pitstop.

For the early risers (served until 11:30) there’s range of full and small breakfast options available, alongside toast and their all-day bacon, vegan or sausage sourdough breakfast rolls.

From midday there’s sourdough toasties, a soup of the day, freshly prepared baguettes, jacket potatoes and larger meals too (including ham, egg & chips and varying burgers).

Savoury snacks included a vegan, steak or cheese & onion pasty and sausage or vegan roll, with cakes during our spring visit including a billionaire shortbread, raspberry oat slice, double chocolate brownie, lemon drizzle or Victoria sponge cake.

Last visited in August 2023

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