Best Cafes for cyclists in the Peak District
It’s been a tough year for people in hospitality. Now more than ever it’s important that we seek out the local independent coffee shops that cater for cyclists and support them by spending a few quid on a cake and a lovely coffee.
So here is an ever changing list of the best cafes to visit when cycling in the Peak District (and also a couple of my fave places to go post ride for a beer).
Now we can travel more freely, now is the time to get out on two wheels and support local businesses by stuffing your face with coffee and cake 🙂
I hope this list will be of use for anyone exploring the Peaks for the first time, or maybe it’ll remind you of a cafe or two you used to go to.
Of course I have almost certainly missed loads of amazing cafes off this list, so if you spot any, ping me a note on twitter or instagram and I’ll happily add.
Thanks to the CyclingTips Velo Club members for the latest additions to the Map to cover more of the south and west Peak District!
Top Cafes for Cyclists in the Peak District (and a few good pubs too!)
The Old Smithy Tearooms & Restaurant, Monyash
High Nelly’s Cafe, Tideswell
Litton Village Shop, Litton
The Old Smithy, Monyash
Caudwell’s Mill Craft Centre, Rowsley
The Penny Pot Cafe
Edale General Store
Upper Derwent Visitor Centre
David Mellor – Hathersage
Hathersage Swimming Pool
Hathersage Social Club
The Bird Cafe
Fuel Coffee and kitchen
Hassop Station Cafe and Monsal Trail Cycle Hire
Flash Bar Stores
Bank View Cafe
The Yondermann cafe
The No Car Cafe
Picture House Social
High Peak Bookstore and Cafe
Herbert’s Fine English Tea Room
Hartington Farm Shop & Cafe
Chatsworth Estate Farm Shop
The Cottage Kitchen Country Cafe
Millies Tea Rooms, Chocolatier and Bed & Breakfast
Rosie Lee Hayfield
Old Horns Inn
Old Hall Inn