At the home of Adam Henson’s popular Cotswold Farm Park you’ll find a superb cafe & restaurant offering plenty of seating both inside and out for groups of all sizes along with delicious seasonal breakfast and lunch goodies, homemade cakes and coffee.
During our last visit in October the seasonal lunch menu boasted a ‘rare bread’ burger (Gloucester beef topped with bacon jam & Monterey Jack cheese), chunky fish finger sandwich, roasted red pepper tagliatelle, winter bliss bowl (beetroot, falafel, cauliflower, maple roasted veg) or tempting vegan burger. For those looking for something lighter, there was a smoked mac & cheese Pastacini, Herefordshire pork sausage roll and spied sweet potato & spinach soup. Breakfast is served until 11:00 and includes their famous farmers’ full English alongside filled baps and toasted teacake.
Those with a sweet tooth won’t be disappointed either, the thickly iced orange & fudge cake we had was superb! Other flavours include chocolate fudge, Victoria sponge, lemon drizzle, millionaire slice and a range of flapjacks and brownies.
With a large restaurant, bike racking and great facilities it’s the ideal pitstop for cyclists riding nearby to Bourton-on-the-Water, Guiting Power and Moreton-in-Marsh.