The Farmers Den

The Farmers Den
Cafe and coffee shop in Cookley
4 Bridge Road, Cookley, Kidderminster, Worcestershire, DY10 3SA
Opening hours: 10:00 - 14:00 (Tue - Fri), closed (Sat / Sun / Mon)

A great cappuccino from roasters in Worcester


The scrambled eggs on toast and vanilla custard slice were the perfect pick-me-up for a long and early north Worcestershire ride


You'll find all your usual cafe staples here at 1990 prices! All homemade they include breakfast baps and plates, granola bowl, sandwiches & toasties, soup, Ploughman’s lunch, cream cakes and tray-bakes and freshly ground coffee


Americano (£2.00), cappuccino (£2.20), tea (£2.00), breakfast baps (£2.50), breakfast plates (£4.50), eggs or beans on toast (£3.50), toast with preserves (£1.50), sandwiches (£3.50), paninis (£3.75), sausage roll with pickle (£1.50), pork pie with chutney (£3.50), Ploughman’s lunch (£5.00), soup (£3.50), cakes (from £1.50), cream cakes (from £1.50), afternoon tea (£15.00)


With a secure enclosed rear courtyard, dedicated bike racking and plenty of space around the outdoor seating, you'll have no problem securing your bike


With a large enclosed and sheltered rear courtyard (accessed from the side street) groups of all sizes will have no problem finding a space for both themselves and their bikes


Nine miles west of the Clent Hills and just three miles north of Kidderminster we’re surrounded by fantastic, quiet rural roads. Once refuelled do head south in the direction of the spa town of Droitwich via Elmbridge or alternatively to the historic riverside and railway town of Bewdley where you’ll cross the majestic River Severn

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Located in the quiet village of Cookley is a welcoming family-run cafe with prices harking back to the 90s, offering up tasty home cooked food, a large enclosed rear courtyard and their famous delicious cream cakes.

Value for money is phenomenal where for early risers there’s breakfast sandwiches available from just £2.50, alongside breakfast plates, eggs on toast, granola bowl and just simply just toast too.

Daily deals include any hot drink alongside a tray-bake for £3.00, or hot drink and toasted teacake for £3.50!

Additionally there’s a wide range of freshly prepared sandwiches and paninis (£3.50), alongside soup, a Ploughman’s lunch, pork pie, sausage roll and varying daily specials.

For those with a sweet tooth all cream cakes, cakes and tray-bakes are homemade and on our visit included a very moreish vanilla custard slice, fresh scones and lemon, carrot or Victoria sponge cake.

Out back is a enclosed and out the way rear courtyard seating area with plenty of tables, bike racking and undercover seating, perfect for visiting cycling clubs and groups of all sizes. Inside is a small number of tables too in their vintage and quaintly decorated cafe. Advanced bookings are most welcome and advised if placing large food orders.

Being family-run with mum in the kitchen, service is extremely friendly and they couldn’t be more welcoming, it makes a refreshing change to see places like this still existing and welcoming those of all walks and two wheels.

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