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Brockweir and Hewelsfield Village Shop and Cafe

Café set in the Wye Valley and is community owned and staffed by volunteers specialising in local produce. It is a traditional oak construction combined with sustainable technology.

Cafe or Tearoom in or near St Briavels


Description

 

The Café has proved to be one of the most popular aspects of the Village Shop. It has become a lively meeting place for locals, and a haven for walkers - ideally situated as it is on Offa's Dyke - and for cyclists and tourists.

You can sit inside and look at the artwork on the walls, pick up a book from the free book loan shelves or just chat while you eat and drink.
Fair Trade organic coffee is always available, and you can choose from latte, esspresso or Americano, or choose from our range of traditional and herbal teas.
For food, try our locally made cakes, scones and flapjacks, or if you need something more substantial, a freshly made filled roll or the hot meal of the day.
There is always locally made ice cream available.
We also have a license to serve alcohol with meals which gives you the opportunity to try some local beer or cider.

Opening Times

Mon - Sat 08.30-17.30; Sun 10.00-15.30.


Features

  • Cafe or Tearoom
  • Free Wi-Fi

Location

Mill Hill
Brockweir
Nr Chepstow
Gloucestershire
NP16 7NW
O/S Ref: 547 017

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  • Lydney
  • St Briavels
  • Tintern

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Brockweir and Hewelsfield Village Shop

The Brockweir and Hewelsfield village shop, cafe and conference room is community owned and staffed by volunteers.  It is a traditional oak construction combined with sustainable technology and specialises in local food.

Attraction in or near St Briavels