The following stops have been tried and tested and are recommended by Woodhall Wheelers. If you would like to see a stop added to the list please submit via the contact form.
Alford – Alford Five Sailed Windmill
Bardney – Bardney Heritage Centre & Cafe (old railway station next to sugar beet factory)
Hagworthingham – JJs cafe. A typical old cafe offering good food at fantastic prices. The homemade cakes are especially good.
Lincoln Titanic Bridge – Jamie B’s Cafe (start of Water Rail NCN1)
Market Rasen – Jossals Bistro & Coffee Shop, 7 Queen Street
Swaby – Traceys Little Cake Company Tearoom (A16 layby) (Closed 1st Sunday every month)
Tealby – Wolds View Tearoom, Jims Yard, Bully Hill Top
Wickenby Airfield Cafe – a real gem and a free museum. Lovely food and a sun terrace overlooking the airfield – could not ask for more. To contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Jubilee Park Cafe – seasonal opening. Good value and very nice Victoria sponge
- Just Desserts
The following link is to cycle friendly cafes throughout the UK; some of our favourites have been listed by the authors of Cafe Network