Favourite Cafés

The café stop is a vital part of any club ride and here's a just few of our regular haunts.  Click the /// link to find each café on a What3Words map.

 

Derbyshire Peak District

The Tea Junction, Hulme End  ///

Tea Junction, Hulme End

Possibly our single most visited café in recent times.  All roads lead, eventually, to Hulme End.  It's changed hands a few times but is always worth a visit.

 

National Stone Center, Wirksworth  ///

More correctly, the Blue Lagoon café at the National Stone Center.  Glorious views from the terrace and enormous scones on offer here.  Near Wirksworth at the southern end of our territory and handy for Carsington Water too. 

Herbert's Tea Room, Tissington  ///

Herberts Tea Room, Tissington

A grand location next to Tissington Hall and very popular with everyone, not just cyclists.  Doesn't open until 11:00am so a trip here needs to be carefully timed.

Kaths Cafe, Tansley  ///

Kaths Cafe, Riber

A farm café out in the middle of nowhere but not far from Tansley garden center.  Great to sit outside when it's warm but not a lot of room inside.

Cafe Kirianna, Bugsworth Basin ///

Kirianna barge cafe at Bugsworth Basic

The barge is the kitchen, serving basic teas, coffees and excellent home made cakes and flapjack.  Outdoor seating nearby.  Just watch out for the rocky ramp on the way out!

There are lots more excellent cafes north, east, west and south of Sheffield and we'll add more as we visit them again.

Nottinghamshire

Favourite watering holes on our rides from Barlboro (and a warning).

Daffodill Tea Room, Eakring

A tad expensive but previously we thought it was worth it.  Last time, however, we had a 45 minute wait for coffee and somewhat mediocre scones with not enough jam to go round.  And we certainly didn't expect abuse after leaving a strictly factual review on Google.  Granted they were busy that day but arguing on-line with your customers is not good marketing.  We won't be back!

So Good It Yurts, Everton  ///

So Good It Yurts, Everton

A quirky cafe stop out east.  Tables outside for summer and a lovely warm yurt for winter.  The lemon drizzle cake is highly recommended and the Yurt is licensed if you fancy a full-on lunch.  Riders over 4ft nothing take note of the piccy above!

North

Cafés we normally reach from Malin Bridge.

The Carding Shed, Holmfirth  ///

Carding Shed, Holmfirth

A large, busy cafe just outside Holmfirth, popular with petrol heads and cyclists alike.  You need to be organised and book well in advance, with arrival time and numbers.

Next club run

14 Aug 2022: National Stone Center

Out via Beeley Moor, Crich and Alderwasley. Back over Beeley Moor again.
Start: 9:00am Owler Bar [///] , Route: [MAP]

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page last updated: 22/07/2022

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