Shortlist symbol Add to shortlist button.

Search and Shortlist

Shortlist symbol Add to shortlist button.

Venue Type



Keyword Search


image for Cafe item typeGreystoke Cycle Cafeadd to shortlist

  • Member of Cumbria Tourism
  • Self-assessed Accessibility Information


Greystoke Cycle Cafe

Greystoke Cycle Cafe


You are welcome to visit us at the Cycle Cafe Tea Garden - however please remember it is a seasonal Tea Garden with limited opening hours to the general public who are not travelling by bicycle.

The Cycle Cafe Tea Garden is open to everyone on Fridays 12am to 6pm, Saturdays and Sundays 10am to 6pm in June July and August each year. We have no parking as such on site so ask those arriving by car to please take the 350yd 8 min walk from the village car park. Our limited driveway is reserved for workshop attendees with limited mobility or cycle support vehicles. Thank you.

If you're passing on your bicycle, perhaps on the C2C or E2E during June July or August we can offer tea, coffee and cake and perhaps a light lunch everyday 10 til 6pm. In the event we are not able to serve you, the cyclists barn will be open for you to use for drinks and cake. This facility is limited to those passing cyclists on bikes.

A lovely walled tea garden to the front and back of our 17th century Cumbrian home providing a tranquil spot in which to relax, read the papers and let the world pass you by. Perfect for children and families, plenty of space and often friendly cats are in evidence, on which to heap attention.

We enjoy unique views over the estate grounds towards Greystoke Castle. In the mornings strings of local racehorses file back and forth on their way to the gallops on the Greystoke Estate.

We serve teas, fresh coffees, light lunches, toasties, home-made soups, Aga-baked cakes and real cream teas. Also Hedgerow home-made cordials and we use our own organics from our poly-tunnel and veggie patch wherever possible.

Catering for the cyclists with large mugs of tea and coffee, cakes, free drinks bottle refills and a dry barn to sit in on the wet or windy days, complete with towels for drying and blankets to keep bare legs warm !

Opening details

We are a family-run concern, thus please note our unusual opening times above. Groups can be catered for at other times with notice. We have shelter in an unheated barn during inclement weather.


  • On-site cateringOn-site catering
  • On-site light refreshmentsOn-site light refreshments
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Regional Tourist Board MemberRegional Tourist Board Member
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)Dogs not accepted (except guidedogs)
  • Dogs acceptedDogs accepted

We have a ground floor toilet but not wide enough for wheelchair access.


CA11 0UT


Plan route to Greystoke Cycle Cafe using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: NY 439312  Lat: 54.67273 Long: -2.87142

On the C2C Cycle route 200 yds north of Greystoke village green, direction Blencowe. We welcome all cyclists and walkers and ask all those with cars to walk the 350yds from the village car park around the Greystoke Castle walls.
We can offer parking in our driveway to cycle support vehicles and those attending our workshop days.

Penrith railway station 5 miles.

Parking: free

Self-Assessed Accessibility Details


  • YesDesignated parking for guests with disabilities
    • YesWithin 50 metres approx. of entrance
  • The surface of the car park and pathway leading to entrance:
    • Yesis gravel
  • YesDrop-off point for guests outside entrance
  • The route from the parking area to the entrance:
    • YesHas steps and no ramp


  • Restaurant / cafe provide meals for visitors with special dietary requirements:
    • YesSugar free (diabetic)
    • YesGluten free (coeliacs)
    • YesLactose free (dairy free)
    • YesLow potassium
    • YesLow sodium
    • YesNut free
    • YesAdditive free
    • YesOrganic
    • YesVegetarian
    • YesVegan
  • YesChildren's menu


  • YesSteps to the main entrance
  • YesEntrance is well lit

Like what you see? Follow us