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Thumb Sandra B.
10 October 2012, 16:51
If you are riding Cycle Route 5 along the North Wales coast then recommend you plan a stop at Pantri Bach in Pensarn. Its a fabulous cafe right on the promenade. Very popular with cyclists and holiday makers alike. Good food at reasonable prices - well worth stopping off/

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Thumb Chris W.
23 August 2012, 12:45
There is a nice little cafe at Whitwell, Hertfordshire that is very cycle friendly. Excellent cakes and there's a chap in the barn next to it that is a small scale cycle workshop who sells tubes (quite a lot) and some interesting second hand bikes and parts. Worth a stop if you are out and about. It is down a little no through lane in the middle of the village.

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Thumb Liea J.
26 June 2012, 19:59
The lavender barn at Dunham Massey is a good cake stop if you're in north Cheshire. Does great scones and cakes, etc as you'd expect, and the place looks amazing in a twee 1950s kinda way. Very cyclist friendly and has a seating that could have been just made for stopping off on a club run!

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Thumb Brian S.
24 June 2012, 15:53
Not a cafe but worth a visit, St. Laurence church in Blackmore Essex, for a lovely cuppa and yummy cakes on the first Sunday of the month from May to October between 2.30pm and 4.30pm. Also my favorite and prettiest tearooms is at Paper Mill Lock in Little Baddow Essex, open every day during the summer at 10am.

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Thumb Andy W.
11 May 2012, 07:13
Hi if you search bike route planner on the internet there a plenty of sites that will give you this info like planning your route directions were to stop off

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Missing Brian F.
24 April 2012, 08:02
THE CAFE IN NEWCASTLETON about 25 miles east of CARLISLE is good good priced food and a place where other cyclists stop . good food with like minded folk the back roads to Newcastleton have a good surface not many pot holes .

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Thumb Kit M.
17 April 2012, 14:31
Oh, forgot; On the Facebook post, Cycling Buddy was requesting a link to each cafe's website, if they have one. Including that would probably be good (as well as a brief description of what pros and cons one can expect at said establishment). Thanks and sorry for waffling.

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Thumb Kit M.
17 April 2012, 14:29
Hi there, I see there's a Cycling Buddy topic on Facebook about cafes/coffee shops/tea rooms. With that in mind, I thought I'd drag the same subject over here (it seemed appropriate). Do you have any recommendations of cafes you have found great places to pop into whilst out cycling? If so, please share. There had been some suggestion of creating some sort of interactive map we could post our favourite cafes and relevant comments onto. Webmaster/mistress of Cycling Buddy, would that be possible?

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