The Colliers Cafe

The Colliers Cafe
Cafe and coffee shop in Clows Top
Tenbury Road, Clows Top, Worcestershire, DY14 9HA
Opening hours: 8:30 - 15:30 (Mon - Sat), 8:30 - 15:00 (Sun)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

Great cappuccino!


Their gooey salted caramel cake was devine on our last visit, previously the red velvet cake and peanut butter bar were also winners!


Be sure to give their very gooey and rich chocolate fudge cake a try. As for savoury the brie and red onion quiche with side salad or large ‘farmers’ breakfast (two of everything) would be our choice


Cappuccino (£2.80), tea (£2.00), cakes (from £2.50), traybakes (from £1.20), full English/veggie/vegan breakfast (from £7.95), American breakfast/fruit waffle (from £7.50), omelette (£5.95), something on toast (from £3.95), toasted teacake (£2.95), soup (£5.95), jacket potatoes (from £5.50), sandwiches & paninis (from £6.00), burgers (from £12.95), scone with jam & cream (£3.95)


In the car park there's dedicated secure bike racking, situated just to the right of the cafe


With plenty of seating inside and a large number of tables outside in their sheltered terraced seating area it’s perfect for cycling groups of all sizes


Located in the very north of Worcestershire, close to the Shropshire border we’re nearby to some great quiet, scenic roads. Just 10 miles west of the hilly ascent of Brown Clee Hill, 17 miles south of the riverside and railway town of Bridgnorth and 10 miles west of Kidderminster

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A popular cafe amongst locals, serving up delicious home-cooked breakfasts, lunch and cakes in the former pub building located between Bewdley and Tenbury Wells on the A456 in Clows Top, north Worcestershire situated next to their fantastic farm shop.

There’s an all-day breakfast menu where for those early riders the ‘farmers’ breakfast which comes complete with mostly two of everything may help (or hinder) with those longer rides – veggie and vegan options too! There’s also a popular American breakfast for equally larger appetites, consisting of a Belgium waffle with scrambled eggs, bacon, hash browns & maple syrup.

Of course you’ll also find the usual cycling breakfast staples too; sandwiches & baps, omelettes, eggs Benedict/Royale, ‘something on’ toast (plenty of options), granola bowl and toasted teacakes too!

As for lunch there’s again all the usual favourites; toasties, sandwiches, burgers, jacket potatoes, soup, quiche of the day and bigger plate meals too (ham/egg & chips, fish & chips).

It’s hard to resist a slice of their homemade cakes with them proudly on show, flavours include a very gooey chocolate fudge, lemon drizzle, decadent red velvet, double thick layered Victoria sponge, fruity trifle and nutty peanut butter brownie bar.

Outside there’s dedicated racking just to the right of the cafe in the car park and there’s plenty of seating both inside and out in the sheltered terraced seating area for cycling groups of all sizes.

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