Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Chiltern hills, Church Farm Café is excited to announce its grand opening on 1 October as the ultimate destination for cyclists, runners and walkers looking to refuel and relax amidst the natural beauty of the Chilterns.
Church Farm Café, located within a refurbished barn off Station Road at Walter Swinburn’s old stables (the jockey who trained and rode Shergar to victory in 1981) provides charm and character that marries perfectly to the warm welcome you will receive.
The café features a delightful outdoor seating area overlooking the rolling hills, providing the perfect spot for patrons to soak up the beauty of the Chilterns while enjoying a well-deserved break. Inside offers a cozy, warm retreat for those wanting to shelter from the elements.
A classic café menu is on offer along with a delicious Vietnamese option provided by the renowned ‘Viet Kitchen’ who have quickly established a reputation for providing delicious, authentic, healthy and fresh Vietnamese street food.
‘We’re thrilled to open our doors to the vibrant community of cyclists, runners and walkers who frequent the Chilterns,’ said Simon, co-owner of the Aldbury’s new café. ‘Church Farm Cafe is more than just a place to grab a bite; it’s a place to recharge, soak in the scenery and make new friends who share your passion for the outdoors.’
For more information about Church Farm Café, please visit www.churchfarmcafe.com or follow @churchfarmcafe on socials.
Open 7 Days a week, 8.30am-4pm.