Firstly, WELCOME to CafÃ© Ventoux and NO, you do not need to be a cyclist to visit us and enjoy what we have to offer.
Serves breakfast, lunch, drinks and coffee. Feel free to pop in for coffee and a bite to eat and just enjoy the vibe with a cool beer or glass of prosecco. This is a special place for people of all ages to come and enjoy.
We take our name from the famous cycling Mountain, Mont Ventoux in France, which has been featured in the Tour de France since 1951.
The CafÃ© was conceived around the idea of â€˜Summer on your bike’ & â€˜Winter in the mountains’, thereby creating the regions first true Cycle & Ski CafÃ©.
Set within a 20 acre site we have parking for 500 cars and enough outside space to host the start/finish, or become a refreshment stop, for any Sportive. The CafÃ© caters for â€˜roadies’ and â€˜mountain bikers’, with â€˜Women only’ rides also being catered for through the â€˜Breeze’ Ride network.
Combine this with locally and ethically sourced food, great coffee and a retail product range which compliments cycling in the Summer and Ski/boarding in the Winter, and we are getting close to what the CafÃ© Ventoux vibe is all about.
Cafe Ventoux is far more than just a cafe, we call it a â€˜destination cafe’. A place to eat, drink, chill out and shop. You will find good food and great retail cycle and ski brands which reflect our passions, including J.Laverck, Mavic, Intense, Velobici, Assos, Salomon and Suunto. As we develop the Cafe Ventoux brand, we shall be hosting Sportives, Bike Demos and product launches, all within our 20 acre site.
It is important to us that we have selected food suppliers which are local to Cafe Ventoux and offer quality as well as being ethically sourced from within the region.
Even if you are not riding come and visit us for a coffee, a bite to eat or browse our in our new Retail Experience Centre.
Closed on Mondays – Please check our website for opening times
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