We’ve listed a number of the cafes our members visit on club runs and when out cycling on their own. This section features the cycling friendly cafes we visit that are situated to the north of our Sunday club ride start point, at Preston College. If you have any more up to date information, have a suggestion for a cafe that we’ve missed, or if you’re a cafe owner who has a cafe you’d like us to include, please get in touch with us through the Contact Us page.
The Tea Room overlooks the lake and serves a selection of home made cakes
and daily home made specials (Served 12 - 2pm). All our food/cakes are freshly prepared on the premises using seasonal home grown ingredients whenever possible.
Telephone: 01539 567328
Our restaurant & cafe serves food from 9am until 9pm each day, however, times may vary in the low season. Whether you are just refueling with a coffee and a cake after, or stopping for a well deserved meal. At Holgate’s we aim to support local businesses, and our menu boasts ingredients sourced from many local suppliers.
Telephone: 01524 701508
(Snack bar & Toilets)
Bull Beck, located to the east of Caton in the Lune Valley, offers some extremely pleasant walks along the Lune Valley, towards the lovely villages of Hornby and Gressingham, or towards Lancaster.
Telephone: 01772 534140
(and Picnic Site)
Crook O' Lune Picnic Site is a popular and attractive spot, (Accessible Toilets) where the River Lune travels a big curve through tree-lined banks. Woodies offers tea, coffee, bacon butties, The Crook O' Lune was captured by the artiist JMW Turner.
Telephone: 01524 582394
Crook O' Lune
(Cowan Bridge Stores)
Location: Cowan Bridge
Telephone: 01524 273392
Cowan Bridge Tea Room,
(Cowan Bridge Stores)
Our large, warm and friendly café sits within a converted barn. We are proud to have been designated a 'Green Tourism' and 'Taste Lancashire' site. A wide selection of delicious, home-cooked meals are available daily. We pride ourselves on sourcing high-quality, fresh, local produce, which is organic and Fairtrade wherever possible. Try our tempting selection of locally-baked cakes made exclusively for us by Anne Hawley with a pot of refreshing Fairtrade tea.
Location: Carnforth (Nearest town)
Telephone: 01524 701601
Where is it?
Postcode: LA5 0SW
Grid reference: SD478750
Nearest town: Carnforth
A café within a walking camping pot holing shop. Decent menu to choose from. Food is nicely cooked and tasty. Good prices. Toilets on site.
Telephone: 01524 241802
4 Main Street,
Stone Close Tea Room is famed for its delicious home baking and good, wholesome food, which is freshly cooked on the premises, using local, seasonal, organic and Fair Trade produce as far as possible. We also try to cater for most dietary requirements.
Telephone: 01539 625231
Situated at the front of the site overlooking Morecambe Bay across to the Lakeland hills. Somewhere villagers and visitors meet to relax and welcome friends to this beautiful area. Enjoy a cup of freshly ground coffee or select from our choice of teas. On a hot day you can site outside overlooking the Bay and on cooler days sit cosily by the woodburners.
Telephone: 01524 823196
Bolton Le Sands,
(Ashton Hall Garden Centre)
As well as the garden centre itself, the Pear Tree Tea Room and Restaurant serves delicious home-style light meals and drinks in a modern, bright and attractive dining area, our seasonal menu provides fresh and nutritious fare throughout the day. There is a superb selection of hot lunch dishes, including dishes of the day, baked potatoes, salads, sandwiches and baguettes, cream teas, gateaux and cakes.
Telephone: 01524 751767
The cafe easily caters for fifty people inside and on a nice day you can pass the time and also dine outside by the canal. There is plenty of tables to watch the narrowboats glide by. You'll feel like your away from it all, and you can walk to the nearby canal bridge and view the marina or have a stroll by the canal.
Telephone: 01524 752223
Main Road (A6),
Our coffee shop is open from 9am until 4.30pm. You’ll find a fine selection of freshly ground coffees, Lancashire Tea, speciality teas, milkshakes to quench your thirst, homemade soups, sandwiches, bacon buns and a tempting selection of cakes and desserts, including our delicious homemade scones.
Telephone: 01524 791362
Cleveley Bank Lane,
We strive to produce a variety of high quality, home-made food suitable for everyone. We now have a purpose-built dining area, so you can enjoy your food in the comfort of our spacious tearoom, with the company of our roaring log fire. Plus, when Lancashire does bless us with those warm, sunny days, we have plenty of outdoor seating so you can relax and enjoy your refreshments, along with the spectacular views.
Location: Claughton on Brock
Telephone: 01995 602643
Off Hobbs Lane
Claughton on Brock
Roots Cafe Cycling club for everybody to meet, chat, share tips, enjoyable social rides and great cafe stops around the northwest. Looking to create a social cycling club and events throughout the year. Please call in anytime at the cafe.
Telephone: 01772 691866
Located in the shelter of the walled garden and surrounded by tulip trees, magnolias and ginko, The Apple Store Café sits at the heart of Wyresdale Park. Open Wednesday to Sunday, 9.30am to 4.00pm, the cafe is unique: dinning takes place in restored glass houses, the cakes are freshly baked by the Lady of the Manor, service is with a smile and digestion takes place during a ‘stroll round the grounds’.
Telephone: 07740 111331 (Sally)
Wyresdale Park Estate,