Our Favourite Local Breakfast Spots
The summer holidays are all about family time. Spending lovely lazy mornings in your Saymor bed with the little ones, before getting up and about to explore all that the local area has to offer. One of our favourite things to do when we get some time off is go out for a morning walk with our pup Anya, before refuelling with a nutritious breakfast at a lovely local café. If you’re enjoying some relaxing family time this summer, we thought we’d let you know our favourite spots for breakfast in Ross, Stroud and the surrounding areas to help you start your day in the best way.
This countryside farm shop just outside Stroud offers fantastic bacon, sausage or veggie breakfast baps to eat inside their yurt or gorgeous outside seating area. The coffee is great if you need an early morning caffeine boost, and it’s dog friendly so even the furry family members are welcome!
Hobbs is our favourite award-winning bakers in the centre of Nailsworth. Their brunch menu is mouth-wateringly good and features their wonderful bread which is made on site in their woodfire oven. Their menu also caters for vegetarians and vegans.
A quirky, independent café in the heart of Nailsworth with a great choice of breakfasts. This café pride themselves on the use of local produce to create yummy food. Plus, it’s another one where dogs are welcome!
We can’t talk about Stroud without mentioning the wonderful Farmers’ Market! It’s a great place to pick up fantastic local produce, from succulent fruit to crusty bread. With a huge selection of stalls there’s something for everyone.
This café has delicious freshly cooked breakfasts available all day, in addition to a wonderful selection of cakes, scones, and homemade savouries like quiche and soup. Everything can either be eaten in or taken away.
Thorn’s serves locally roasted quality coffee and a yummy all-day breakfast menu with generous portion sizes. They have lots of outside seating too so breakfast can be enjoyed sat out in the summer sun.
A cosy and quaint tea shop in the town centre serving yummy breakfasts, lunches and afternoon teas. They also have a fantastic selection of homemade cakes, some of which are gluten free or dairy free.
The Royal Hotel is situated on a hill in the centre of the town, meaning it has a beautiful view of the River Wye and nearby countryside. With an extensive breakfast and brunch menu, it’s the perfect place to sit out in the sun and take in the stunning surroundings.