Situated at the entrance to Eastnor Deer Park, a popular destination for walkers with paths leading out onto the Worcestershire Way and popular Malvern Hills is a new cafe serving up locally-made cakes, paninis, savoury snacks, ice creams and hot and cold drinks.
With ample seating (and parking for those coming by four wheels) for cycling groups of all sizes, both undercover and in the sunshine, it’s the ideal pitstop when cycling around the nearby Malvern Hills and rural Herefordshire countryside. There’s also dedicated bike racking, toilets and wi-fi too.
From the serving hatch you’ll find tasty, locally sourced snacks including scotch eggs, samosas, sourdough paninis, soups and handmade sausage rolls from Legges of Bromyard – their sweet chilli & cheese are superb!
Additionally there’s ice cream and a selection of locally baked cakes with the lemon curd sponge being a particular favourite of ours (pictured). There’s gluten free and veggie options available too.