Kemerton Coffee House

Kemerton Coffee House
Cafe and coffee shop in Kemerton
High Street, Kemerton, Gloucestershire, GL20 7HP
Opening hours: 7am - 3pm (Wed - Fri), 8am - 4pm (Sat / Sun), closed (Mon / Tue)
 Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Freshly ground coffee - a great cappuccino from roasters Martin Carwardine & Co. Coffee of Bristol


Specailising in toasties, there's lots of tasting fillings to try - the Piggy Sue is a must (pulled ham hock, three cheese, chives), also the fly half (pulled chicken, smoked bacon, tomato ragu, mozzarella). See our pictures below for more menu choices


Great selection of toasties, breakfast rolls/baps, cakes and pastries


Americano (£2.60), cappuccino (£3.00), tea (£2.20), ciabatta breakfast rolls (£5.65), toasties (from £7.00), sausage roll (£3.50), muffins (£2.95), cakes (from £3.00), tray-bakes & brownies (from £2.00),


No bike racking but there's railings next to the cafe where your bike can be secured, alternatively there's plenty of room in their rear courtyard seating area or out front beside the small number of tables usually frequented by cyclists


Inside there's limited tables therefore larger groups may struggle to sit down, however why not enjoy their rear courtyard seating area, the tables out front or takeaway and enjoy the views in the nearby village square?


Set at the base of Bredon Hill, take the circular road for scenic views, picturesque villages and quiet roads. Do try our very own ciecular cycling route

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A favourite cafe stop for cyclists in Gloucestershire, set at the foot of Bredon Hill a popular twenty mile cycle route, in the picturesque village of Kemerton. This friendly coffee house is the perfect pitstop when cycling around the quiet circular cycling loop surrounding the hill.

Specialising in amazing toasties, there’s a flavour for everyone – we loved the Piggy Sue (pulled ham hock, three cheese, chives) and also the fly half (pulled chicken, smoked bacon, tomato ragu, mozzarella). Additonallly early risers will find their all-day ciabatta breakfast rolls which include; bacon, sausage, herby mushroom & emmenthal with meat from Meadows Farm.

In addition to their sandwiches and savoury bites you’ll find great coffee from Bristol based roaster Martin Carwardine & Co, locally made cakes, warm pastries and a friendly welcome whatever the weather.

Once refuelled be sure to cycle on around the hill passing through the beautiful villages of Overbury, Beckford, Ashton-under-HIll, Elmley Castle, Great Comberton, the Georgian town of Pershore (home of the terrific Koffee and Cake), Eckington and Bredon.

Last visited in March 2024

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