This is a great cafe (not to mention a stonking ride from Wokingham)
First impressions of the airfield are that it looks a bit like an industrial estate with a brand new housing development across the road. However, once into the little narrow roads between the old hangars, the view opens out to the vast green airfield, the cafe and a special bike park!
The cafe is really nice, drinks and hot food available 7 days per week.
The airfield offers light aircraft, helicopters, gyrocopters, micro-lights (and coffee)
Here’s the Cafe. The sun came out shortly afterwards…
You are right next to the (aircraft) parking area.
There’s even a special bike park (Please keep off the grass…) 🙂
Here’s the view on Sunday 10th April:
A few more bikes there today...
This is another airfield (do you see a bit of a theme developing here), this time a large cafe right next to the Museum of Army Flying. The coffee is good, as are the all-day breakfasts.
This was recommended by one of the guys at Bulldog Triumph RAT. There are loads of great biking roads in the area.
Known as the Apache Cafe, it has a new (for 2011) outdoor seating area that gives good views over the airfield.
Next month – Old Sarum (another airfield…)
This was recommended by one of my neighbours (AJS/Matchless owner). Just off the A303 – if you’ve driven down to Stonehenge you will have seen this place. A small green strip alongside the dual carriageway.
Notwithstanding the August Mega Meet that they host here every year, the clubroom cafe is a gem. Cosy, brilliant service, good food and a great view!
During the week there’s a decent coffee machine (£1) and interesting people to chat to. At weekends, the coffee shop is open serving bacon/sausage sandwiches, full breakfast, fry-ups etc.
Give it a try.