Honey & Ginger

Honey & Ginger
Cafe and coffee shop in Bristol / Failand
89 Clevedon Road, Failand, Bristol, Somerset, BS8 3UL
Opening hours: 8:00 - 18:00 (Mon - Fri), 8:30 - 16:00 (Sat), 9:00 - 16:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Fantastic cappuccino!


The Biscoff millionaire shortbread and chocolate egg blondies were superb during our last visit


Priding themselves on using local suppliers, you'll find a great range of savoury rolls, pasties, scotch eggs, quiches and paninis in addition to a tasty selection of homemade cakes and tray-bakes, great coffee and an extremely well stocked farmshop


Cappuccino (£2.60), tea (£1.60), cakes (from £2,30), tray-bakes (from £2,00), sausage/veggie rolls (£3.60), quiches (£3.00), panini (with tortilla crisps, £5.50), pastries (from £1.70), smoothies & milkshakes (£3.60)


There's space available for bikes within the sheltered outdoor seating area


There's limited seating inside for smaller groups, alongside a larger and sheltered outdoor terrace. However why not take-away and enjoy the pretty village of Failand?


Located just 6 miles west of Bristol we're just a stones throw away from quiet roads around Bristol and the rural county of Somerset

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A fantastic family-run community cafe and farmshop in the pretty village of Failand, just 6 miles west of city of Bristol. Step inside and you’ll find a bustling cafe serving up fantastic coffee, homemade cakes and plenty of locally sourced savoury snacks, perfect for hungry cyclists exploring Somerset, Bristol and beyond.

Their homemade cakes include a fabulous honey & bergamot (citrus) slice, Biscoff millionaire shortbread, chocolate orange blondie, Oreo, caramel egg or salted caramel brownies, pastel de nata (Portuguese egg tart) and white chocolate and raspberry muffin to name a few. See our pictures for inspiration!

As for savoury snacks, they’re delicious and locally sourced, featuring scotch eggs from Nutts in Weston-super-Mare (give the ‘Scrumpy Janet’ a try featuring their famous Jungle Juice), pies & pasties from Chunks of Devon in Ottery St Mary and quiches from Brockley in Bristol. There’s also a changing daily menu of toasted paninis, all reasonably priced and served with tortilla crisps.

In terms of space, there’s a small amount seating available inside, in addition to a larger sheltered outdoor terrace with plenty of room to place your bikes whilst you rest those weary legs.

For those looking for nearby attractions, we’re just a stones throw from the Victorian Gothic Revival house and parkland of Tyntesfield, now owned by the National Trust and a fantastic way to spend an afternoon if not travelling by bike.

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