A favourite haunt for cyclists from all around, here you’ll find no frills or fancy decor but instead efficient service, a wide selection of homemade cakes and savoury snacks, all at prices that’ll make you think it’s 1990.
At 800ft and opposite the path leading to British Camp (next to the Malvern Hills Hotel), Sally’s Place is a welcome rest for all those that have made the climb, both for cyclists and walkers alike.
From the chirpy serving hatch you’ll find everything from a wide selection of cakes & traybakes to hot breakfast baps, soup, tea cakes, pastys & sausage rolls, burgers, tuck shop sweets and locally sourced ice cream – all at bargain busting prices.
Our personal cake favourites include the white chocolate blondie, birthday cake slice (complete with jelly babies on top), chocolate tiffin and millionaire shortbread – all pictured below.
There’s plenty of outdoor seating and bike storage with public toilets around the corner. Note, there’s a £5 minimum spend on cards and the coffee is instant (but very cheap at £1!).