A family-run fruit farm founded in 1880 and located on the outskirts of the Cotswold town of Winchcombe in Gloucestershire, a popular destination for cyclists and walkers alike.
Serving up their range of delicious apple juice (the apple & cinnamon is our favourite) alongside a great range of breakfast, lunch and cake options, it’s the perfect pitstop for that North Cotswold cycle ride.
For those early riders there’s a large breakfast menu served until 11:45, featuring filled baps, full breakfast plates, smashed avocado, teacakes and toast. As for lunch you’ll find a great range of paninis and soups alongside larger meals including cottage pie, fish & chips, fishcake salad and on a Sunday, their famous Sunday roast.
As for sweet treats there’s usually around eight cakes and tray-bakes to choose from including their delicious coffee cake, lemon drizzle, indulgent rich chocolate, carrot, millionaire slice and rocky road.
Being just two miles from Winchcombe, Hayles Fruit Farm is an ideal stopping point when exploring the North Cotswolds with the quaint Cotswold villages of Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold and Hawling nearby. Infact just outside the cafe is one of our favourite roads – Salters Lane, which leads you up onto the Cotswold escarpment with stunning views at the top