Tea & Cake - where to go

A list of some cafés, some not so well known, compiled by Sheila George when out and about on her bike.
Sheila welcomes any suggestions to add to the list for future publication.
Please email Sheila sheila_g120@hotmail.co.uk.

Ardeley – Church Farm, Ardeley, nr Stevenage SG2 7AH
Ashwell – Rhubarb and Mustard, delicatessen and coffee shop, 31 High Street, Ashwell SG7 5NP
Barkway – September Flowers and Coffee Shop, 4 High Street, Barkway, Royston SG8 8EE
Biggleswade – Jordans Mill, Southill Road, Broom, Biggleswade SG18 9JX
Codicote – Spoke Cycles, Ridge Farm, Rabley Heath Road, Codicote AL6 9UA
Codicote – Vanstone Park Garden Centre, Hitchin Road, Codicote SG4 8TH
Gamlingay – Woodview Farm Shop, Mill Hill, Potton Road, Gamlingay SG19 3LW
Graveley – Chesfield Downs Golf & Country Club, Jack's Hill, Graveley SG4 7EQ
Reed – The Silver Ball Café, London Road, Reed, Royston SG8 8BD (this café is popular with motorbikers)
Rushden – Mill End Nursery, Mill End, Rushden SG9 0TA
Shepreth – Teacake, 8 Meldreth Road, Shepreth SG8 6PS
Southill – Southill Tea Room, 55 High Street, Southill SG18 9JB
Walkern – The Brewery Tearooms, 198 High Street, Walkern SG2 7NP
Waresley – Waresley Park Garden Centre, Gamlingay Road, nr Sandy SG19 3DB
Watton at Stone – Crumbs Bakery and Coffee Shop, 119f High Street, Watton at Stone SG14 3SB
Welwyn – Tewin Bury Farm Shop, Tewin Bury Farm Hotel, Hertford Road, Tewin AL6 0JB
Whitwell – Emily's Tea Shop, Water Hall Farm, The Valley, Whitwell SG4 8BN

Here are three suggestions Sheila has received from Linda Neale:

“We have discovered the village hall/antique shop in Hexton which serves teas etc, but only on certain days. You actually sit in the body of the shop, surrounded by all sorts of interesting bric-a-brac and oddments! They offer a good afternoon tea too, but you have to book ahead. However, we haven’t been there for ages, so I’m not sure if they are still there.”
Editor: looking online we found Hexton’s Lavender Tea Room at lavendertearoomhexton.co.uk
Linda continues: “Another good place is the Old Watermill garden centre and shops on the A6 by-pass between Streatley and Barton. They have delicious scones! See details at www.oldewatermill.co.uk
“And finally, Offley Place past the Green Man pub in Offley. They also do lunches etc. It’s a lovely location. The website is www.offleyplace.com
Linda adds: “Of course, these were open before Covid, but I’m not sure whether or not they have survived. I really hope so, because all three were well worth a visit!”




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