Maisie's Courtyard Cafe

Maisie's Courtyard Cafe
Cafe and coffee shop in Tewkesbury
The Old Sheep Market Office, Oldbury Road, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20 5LR
Opening hours: 9:00 - 13:00 (Mon - Wed, Fri & Sat), 10:00 - 15:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

A great cappuccino!


The homemade carrot cake was superb - moist, sweet and very moorish


For those early cyclers there's a selection of filled baps alongside toasted teacakes and pastries. At lunch there's a selection of toasties, ciabatta paninis and sandwiches and plenty of homemade cakes and tray-bakes to get your sugar fix! The vegan Biscoff cake and rocky road slices are some of our favourites


Great value for money. Cappuccino (£2.80), tea (pot, £2.10), bacon/sausage bap (£3.15), toasted teacake (£1.70), pastries of the day (£1.95), sandwiches (from £4.50), toasties (from £4.00), ciabatta paninis (from £5.95), cakes (£2.95)


There's no bike racking however there's plenty of space around the outdoor tables in their enclosed courtyard (and the owner is extremely welcoming)


In the sheltered, undercover and modern courtyard seating there’s plenty of space for groups of all sizes, complete with blankets for those cooler months! Additionally inside there’s a small number of tables too


Tewkesbury is situated at confluence of both the River Severn and Avon and is just a stones throw from nearby Bredon Hill (do checkout out very own route) which is a superb, scenic 12 mile route through the villages of Elmley Castle, Kemerton, Beckford and Great Comberton to name a few

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A chic, independent, family owned cafe boasting fantastic courtyard seating in the medieval and riverside town of Tewkesbury and serving up affordable breakfast baps, lunches and homemade cakes!

Breakfast is great value with their generously filled breakfast baps (£3.15) with plenty of fillings, toasted teacakes and freshly baked pastries; pain au chocolat, croissant to name a few. For lunch there’s a great selection of sandwiches & rolls, toasted ciabattas and toasties alongside a soup of the day.

As for cake you’ll be pleased to know they’re all homemade and during our visit they including a delicious carrot cake (pictured) alongside a vegan Biscoff. Tray-bakes included a rocky rocky, rich chocolate brownie, fruit flapjack and millionaire shortbread.

With a large, sheltered, undercover and modernly decorated courtyard seating area, groups of all sizes with have no problem finding space, alongside plenty of room for those bikes too.Additionally inside there’s a small number of tables for those chillier months and dogs are most welcome too.

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