Hi, nice one, I'll do that next year
The cafe at Barbury Castle car park, located on the ridgeway so you can ride on or off road to it. Perfect:
Hi, nice one, I'll do that next year
Went to this place and asked about Bikers rolling up, very pro manager, Chris.
Due to location of the shop, parking a bike would be a tad trying if there were more than 4 of you, but don't let that put you off.
Just happened upon this new Village Shop / Cafe at Sherborne, on the border with Gloucestershire and TV, off the A40. Biker friendly owners (Yvonne and Sarah) open 363 days a year, place to eat / drink, in and outdoors. On street parking (flat)
Heading towards Exeter or East? I live just north of Exeter and will come and see.
+1 for Smoky Joes Cafe.... at Blackwater in Cornwall
ask for the hungry man breakfast:
Although coffee is pants but tea is fine and dandy
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Tried this place on Saturday. Its on the A 30 between salisbury and Stockbridge. Nicely placed for Salisbury plain.
Proper diner, with good food and a big pot of tea. When I mentioned I would put a post on here he volunteered to open specially for groups of five or more. I thought that was generous.
More info here.
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Zukis near Winkleigh North Devon. You can have a fry up or a Kebab-Triffic
Seckington, Winkleigh, Devon EX19 8EY
As motorcyclists we are often looking for a place to stop, have a cuppa, & often a bacon roll, or similar.
If you haven't been there already, you might like to investigate the Stables cafe at Saul Junction, near Gloucester
It's owned by a young couple, Mitch & Carla, & they are certainly not afraid of hard work, as the photos of the restoration on the website will confirm.
They've had some bad luck lately. December wasn't exactly busy, if you remember all that snow, & then in January they closed & spent several weeks re-decorating the premises, ready for the new season.
Unfortunately, just as the season started, they suffered a fire. They were lucky that thanks to prompt Fire Service action it didn't burn to the ground, but all their hard work redecorating was undone with smoke damage. Their insurance company was also slow in responding, so they will have lost the best part of a month.
However, they are a resourceful & cheerful pair, & have just reopened, so if in the coming weeks you fancy a cuppa, at a cafe in a lovely location, then make your way down to Saul Junction, & tell them "BikeSafe" sent you !
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Had a 'Full English' breakfast there last Sunday - 'twas very good too!
I was there at 10a.m. when they opened, and reckon there were around ten peeps there at the same time. 30 minutes later new arrivals were being told to expect a 30-40 minute wait for their order....
Good breakfast & a nice location
p.s. The location map on their web-site makes it easy to find.
Woodleigh Coachouse just off the A30 at Cheriton Bishop between Exeter and Okehampton. Very bike freindly, stays open till 10pm on first tuesday of the month for bikers.
Also Ritchies Diner (formally Caseys Diner) on Totnes road Paignton, about 1/4mile on from Morrisons heading into Paignton, best full english in Torbay.
These guys are great, and it's a great place to wait if your bikes having some work done at James Sherlocks.
Best to stop for tea and a slice of cake, you'll see what i mean when you go in and check out the welsh dresser!
Enjoyed a good breakfast(proper Sausage) here recently,Silver Fox Cafe Newnham,GL14 1JB.
Although on the other side of the River Severn, its in Gloucestershire on A48 on route to Chepstow,which nicely leads on to Abergavenny(Oasis Cafe at the Bus Station).
anyone got any good tips for launceston??
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