The one and only legendary cafe for bacon buttys and coffee. Anyone who has cycled this far up the hill, will be needing one. Public loos here too as well as the car park. NT or pay and display. A great starting place for a walk or simply to sit and be.
Come rain or shine - Clent cafe always gives a friendly welcome. Legendary sarnies Public loos available. Car park is free to National Trust Members scan your membership car on arrival. Cafe is open for business again-hurrah 09/07/20
Having been going back for years. Doorstop sandwiches at its absolute best. Always have gluten free bread on hand too. Wonderful views and very friendly staff.
My goodness, what excellent sandwiches! A great little lunch stop in the countryside. Pro tip: as it's on a National Trust site, the car park is pay and display, which makes it an expensive sandwich. However, if you're purely there for the café, there's an alternative called Walton Hill car park about half a mile away. That said, the locals seem to park pretty much where they like... Improvements? Nothing on the ford, drink or service fronts. An indoor seating area would be nice for when it's a bit chilly around the parts I'm assuming that heating under the canopy just wouldn't work very well, but I understand that would be a pretty big undertaking...
Great cafe to have hot or cold snacks plus drinks either before or after your walk at Clent. Breakfast sandwiches are a must and some of the best in the local area. Toilets available on site and you can visit the cafe without having to be a National Trust member.
Good choice of sandwiches and drinks. Lovely views from the cafe benches. Vegetarian options: Veggie sausages and egg sandwiches.
It was incredible the food was amazing so delicious to and the walk was just amazing there were so many beautiful places for photography and the walk was so long
Very busy on a bank holiday Monday but not surprising. However the service was quick and the food good and tasty. It is all served from a 'hatch' and there's no indoor seating but there are a few undercover tables and plenty of outdoor seating with an overflow area behind. The Clent Hills in the immediate area of the cafe were well used hence the trails and viewpoints were very worn but if you're prepared to go a bit further it can be a very pleasant experience, particularly during bluebell season.
Awesome quality sandwiches after a lovely walk through clent hills
Nice little tea shop with hot sandwiches, cakes car park and toilets. Car park free to national trust members. Tea shop was cash only day I visited and car park shut at 5pm.