The Hop Pocket

The Hop Pocket
Cafe and coffee shop, Bishop's Frome
Bishop's Frome, Herefordshire, WR6 5BT
Opening hours: 10:00 - 17:00 (Tue - Sat), 10:30 - 16:00 (Sun), closed (Mon)
 Vegetarian  Vegan  Gluten Free  Open Sunday
coffee
taste

The coffee and carrot cake was delicious

selection

A selection of toasties, sandwiches, quiches, soups and larger meals (chilli, lasagne etc.) alongside toasted teacakes and a great range of homemade cakes and traybakes

value

Cappuccino (£2.50), tea (pot, £2.50), cakes (from £3.00), traybakes (from £2.80), large teacake (£3.00), quiches (with salad, from £8.50), toasties (from £7.00), sandwiches (from £6.00), vegan chilli (£8.50), soup (£5.00)

storage

There's plenty of space for bikes within the sheltered outdoor terraced area and surrounding area

groups

With plenty of seating in their undercover outdoor sun terrace and with a large number of tables inside too, an ideal pitstop for larger cycling groups exploring rural Herefordshire

location

Set in rural Herefordshire, once refuelled why not tackle one of the hilly nearby, these include Woolhope, Mordiford and Marcle Ridge. Further afield you’ve the riverside town of Ross-on-Wye, cathedral city of Hereford or you could head north into Shropshire and tackle Brown Clee Hill

Region
Herefordshire
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At the Hop Pocket shopping village, aside from finding a vast array of independent shops you’ll find a busy cafe serving up home-cooked food, cakes and coffee, a popular pitstop for cycling clubs exploring the rural Herefordshire countryside.

Both inside and out there’s plenty of room for larger cycling groups, with a superb undercover outdoor terraced area and plenty of room for bikes too.

Savoury dishes include freshly prepared toasties, sandwiches, quiches (there’s a fab brie & cranberry) and soups alongside big plate lunch meals suchb cottage pie, vegan chilli and lasagne.

On the counter you’ll find around 10 tasty homemade cakes to deliberate on including their carrot, coffee or Victoria sponge cakes, gluten-free flapjacks, rocky road bites and almond traybakes.

All food is reasonably priced and service is swift, once refuelled why not head over the the Malvern Hills or tackle the hilly climbs around Woolhope, Mordiford and Marcle Ridge.

Cycle routes which pass nearby to The Hop Pocket

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