Hayles Fruit Farm

Hayles Fruit Farm
Cafe and coffee shop in Winchcombe
Winchcombe, Gloucestershire, GL54 5PB
Opening hours: 9:00 - 16:30 (Tue - Sun), closed (Mon)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee

Fantastic locally sourced coffee!

taste

The berry cheesecake is a favourite of ours along with their Shakshouka; eggs poached in tomatoes, peppers, onion, and garlic

selection

There’s a superb all-day brunch & lunch menu using locally sourced ingredients, early riders will find their generously filled breakfast baps, choice of ‘on sourdough’ options, homemade granola, small & large farm breakfasts, Turkish eggs, shakshuka, eggs Benedict and much more! At lunch there’s soup of the day, a selection of sourdough toasties, warm savoury pastries and larger plated meals too. Cakes are equally as tempting with a huge selection on display of both tray-bakes and cakes; the berry cheesecake is a favourite of ours

value

Americano (£3.20), cappuccino (£3.20), lose-leaf tea (£3.00), small farm breakfast (£10.50), large breakfast (£14.00), avocado on sourdough (£11.00), eggs Benedict (£9.00), eggs your way (£7.00), soup (£7.00), sourdough toasties (£9.00), Turkish eggs (£9.00), shakshuka (£10.00), breakfast baps (£5.00), granola (£8.00), American pancakes (£10.00), cakes (from £2.50)

storage

There’s dedicated & secure bike racking out front (pictured) with also plenty of space around the large number of benched seating outside

groups

An ideal pitstop for cycling clubs & groups of all sizes, plenty of seating both indoors and out along with fantastic scenic views overlooking their orchards, north Gloucestershire and beyond

location

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. Just outside the cafe is one of our favourite roads, Salters Lane, which leads up onto the Cotswold escarpment with stunning views

Region
Gloucestershire The Cotswolds
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A family-run fruit farm founded in 1880 and located on the outskirts of the Cotswold Anglo Saxon town of Winchcombe in Gloucestershire, a popular destination for cyclists and walkers alike.

Alongside their delicious apple juice (the apple & cinnamon is our favourite) and cider you’ll find superb brunch, lunch and cake options all using locally sourced ingredients where possible.

For those early riders or those who simply love a good brunch there’s a fab selection; generously filled breakfast baps, a choice of ‘on sourdough’ options, freshly made granola, a small & large farm breakfast, Turkish eggs, shakshuka and eggs Benedict to name a few!

Lunch is equally as tempting with the staple soup of the day, a selection of thickly stacked sourdough toasties, warm locally made savoury pastries and larger plated meals too. Additionally in the cabinet is vegetable frittata, bagels, scotch eggs, sausage rolls and veggie or meat pasties.

Those here for the cake are spoilt, on our spring visit they featured a cherry Bakewell or Biscoff cheesecake, caramel apple slice, toffee cake, pecan brownie (dairy & gluten free), carrot cake (gf), jam & coconut slice, lemon drizzle and chocolate orange for starters.

Being just two miles from Winchcombe, this bustling farm shop is an ideal stopping point when exploring the North Cotswolds with the quaint Cotswold villages of Broadway, Stow-on-the-Wold and Hawling just a stones throw away. So much so just outside the cafe is one of our favourite roads, Salters Lane which leads you up onto the Cotswold escarpment a rewards you with stunning views.

Kitchen open 9:00 – 15:00 (Tuesday – Sunday), closed Monday, cafe open 9:00 – 16:30 (Tuesday – Sunday), close Monday.

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