A lovingly restored railway station set on the former Wolverhampton to Dudley railway line, now a bustling cafe serving up delicious, reasonably priced breakfasts, lunches and cakes, making it the perfect pitstop for cyclists steaming through South Staffordshire.
A popular destination for cycling clubs, walkers and horse riders alike, there’s plenty of seating out on the old platform under cover from the elements, in their sheltered terraced seating area or inside with their cosy fire with plenty of secure bike racking too.
Their all day breakfast includes a very affordable and tasty sausage, bacon & egg baps, eggs on toast, crumpets or a full English/veggie/vegan sausage breakfast plate. For lunch you’ll a range of hot & cold sandwiches (including a hot chicken with gravy, stuffing & cranberry) and a range of paninis, jacket potatoes or teacake.
If you’re looking for something sweet be sure to check out their specials board inside for their range of cakes and pastries, during our visit we scoffed a very gooey chocolate orange slice!
Once refuelled you might wish to visit the stunning nearby Victorian pump house at Bratch dating from 1895 or the tranquil nearby Bratch locks opened in 1772.
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