Malvern Bakehouse

Malvern Bakehouse
Cafe and coffee shop in Malvern
2 Church Walk, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 2XH
Opening hours: 10:00 - 16:00 (Mon), 9:00 - 16:00 (Tue - Sat), closed (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free
coffee

A good cappuccino

taste

The apple Charlotte cake is devine... made with sweet spiced apple puree and butter-soaked bread. Additionally their assorted focaccia and Swedish buns are hard to beat too

selection

Small selection of on-premise baked sweet treats, pastries, cakes, sourdough bread, focaccia and freshly ground coffee

value

Americano (£2.75), cappuccino (£3.20), flat white (£3.45), tea (£2.50), scones (£1.25), cakes (£3.80), frangipane (£3.85), Swedish buns (£3.85), focaccia (from £3.00), toasties (£7.50), tarts (£3.85)

storage

There's no immediate bike racking but you'll find some opposite in the churchyard, alternatively prop up in the alleyway to the side for a quick pistop

groups

There's a few tables inside and out however it's all about their baked goods here... takeaway and enjoy in the churchyard or park opposite in 'great' Great Malvern

location

Located below the Malvern Hills there's no shortage of routes you can take from here. We'd highly recommend heading over to Upton upon Severn (and Pershore) or over the hill to British Camp, Herefordshire and beyond

Region
Malvern Hills Worcestershire
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Family run bakery at the foot of the Malvern Hills in the hip town of Great Malvern, supplying local businesses and punters alike with perhaps some of the best sourdough and sweet treats we’ve tasted.

For those looking for something warm and savoury, specials change by the day (as do their sweet treats) and featured a cheese focaccia or sourdough cheese toastie. Sweet treats on our summer included Swedish buns, apple Charlotte cake (made with sweet spiced apple & bread flour), banana & walnut cake, lemon drizzle, chocolate tart, rhubarb frangipane and a variety of focaccia…. there’s also plenty of bread too of course!

Their dough is fermented for 36 hour with a combination of locally milled organic flour and Droitwich Salt.

The bakehouse is small in size but certainly worth a quick stop, you’ll find a great coffee here too.

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