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Re: New cafe suggestions

Post by laurence_cooley » 17 Jul 2019 21:22

The club has been sent this message by the owner of a new café:
Hi there, we’re a new coffee shop in the heart of the Cotswolds ideal for your routes @dashwoodscoffee in Milton under Wychwood OX7 6JH we’d love to see you! Thank you.

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Re: New cafe suggestions

Post by Matt Hale » 18 Aug 2019 15:19

Espresso Barn, Long Marston

Decent venue, caters well for cyclists-a little pricey, but good quality

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Re: New cafe suggestions

Post by Matt Hale » 25 Aug 2019 15:51

The Larch Barn, Been Savage https://www.thelarchbarn.co.uk/

Been open about a year, was going to go to the Cleobury cafe, but this was a good alternative. Seemed to be plenty of room, including lots of outdoor picnic benches. Great views of Clee Hill and a decent menu (if slightly on the pricey side)

They recommended booking ahead as a popular stop with other cycling clubs
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Re: New cafe suggestions

Post by caashford » 30 Aug 2019 11:57

The Old Priest House, Address: 0AA, 2 Vicarage Ln, Audlem, Crewe CW3 0AB
Hours: 10:00-17:00 Weds - Sun

Cracking Cafe although slightly small. £4ish for double beans / cheese / egg on toast, and £7 for a 7 options english breakfast, £7 for a 10 option mega breakfast. Nice and warm inside with great breakfasts as well as oatcakes. Just next door to Audlem Cyclosport (which is closed on Sunday unfortunately).

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Re: New cafe suggestions

Post by NeilL » 29 Jan 2020 19:52

Pop into gilks garage cafe on the edge of Kineton, the other day. Good food and cycle friendly.

Worth a summer club run maybe.

https://gilksgaragecafe.com/

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Re: New cafe suggestions

Post by ballintrane » 29 Jan 2020 20:10

NeilL wrote:
29 Jan 2020 19:52
Pop into gilks garage cafe on the edge of Kineton, the other day. Good food and cycle friendly.

Worth a summer club run maybe.

https://gilksgaragecafe.com/
I like the look of that Neil and of course we can climb Edgehill on the way home!!! :shock:
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Re: New cafe suggestions

Post by Philip Whiteman » 04 Feb 2020 18:48

John & Hilary wrote:
04 Feb 2020 17:56
Just visited The View café at Hill Farm Marina which is about half a mile south of Wootton Wawen on the A3400. Very good and reasonable prices.

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Re: New cafe suggestions

Post by Philip Whiteman » 24 May 2020 19:24

This is an ex-cafe suggestion for a venue used on previous club runs.

Ombersley Farm Shop and Cafe burnt down last night, so no longer available unless you like eating over done toast.

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