We have three cafés, each serving freshly prepared food and set in beautiful locations. With every mouthful, you are helping to protect our county's wildlife and wild places.
Crickley Hill Café
Boasting magnificent views, an abundance of wildflowers, butterflies, ancient trees and fascinating geology, Crickley Hill is a spot for the whole family to enjoy.
Follow the waymarked trails or venture off the beaten track to create your own wild adventure. Whatever your age or interest this is a space to enjoy all that nature has to offer.
Our café, opened in 2016, serves a range of salads, baguettes, toasted sandwiches, jacket potatoes, ice cream, homemade cakes and barista coffee. Enjoy eating in our seated café, or order to take away to one of our picnic spots.
Open every day from 8 am – 6 pm from April to September and 8 am - 5 pm October to March.
Please note that parking charges (from £1 for one hour to a maximum of £3 all day) apply 24/7 at Crickley Hill. You are able to pay by cash, card and on site, on the phone, online, or via an app.
Robinswood Hill Café
Situated in Gloucester, this beautiful green park is particularly popular with families, with our café opposite the children's play area.
Enjoy a variety of food options such as pasties, savoury snacks, cakes, tea, barista coffee, cold drinks, smoothies and ice cream.
Seating is available outside, on a raised area overlooking the view beyond the car park; sit at a bench here or bring a rug and have a picnic on the Hill.
Summer opening times: Open every day at 11 am - 5 pm on weekdays, and 10 am - 5 pm on weekends.
Winter opening times: Open Saturday and Sunday at 11 am – 4 pm. Also, open Bank Holidays.
Temporary closure: Please note that Robinswood Hill Café will be closed from Monday 29th October until Summer 2019. We will be building a dedicated indoor café with terraces overlooking the view of Gloucester Cathedral. We look forward to welcoming you to our new café next year!
Free car parking.
The Greystones Cafe is part of our brand new visitor centre at Greystones nature reserve in the beautiful Cotswold village of Bourton-On-The-Water. After discovering both the rich array of wildlife and 6000 years of history found at the site, you can sit and relax over lunch or afternoon tea.
Our menu has a wide variety of food and drink options - choose a sandwich, panini or pasta for lunch, or pick from an assortment of cream teas for a lighter snack.
We are open every Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and bank holiday Monday, 10am until 4pm.
Please note: there is no parking at Greystones Farm and it is difficult to turn vehicles in Greystones Lane. Please park in Bourton-on-the-Water village where there are a number of car parks. Greystones is a very short distance from the village.