Must Visit Coffee Shops In The Midlands

The top coffee shops to visit in the Midlands offering intense espresso and powerful americanos to full-fat lattes and flat whites.

Finding the right coffee spot in your local county is incredibly important as everyone knows that the right cup of coffee in the morning can set your day right. Discover local, quality-focused artisan cafes with excellent in-house-made delicious food.

We have selected some of the best independent coffee shops and cafés across the Midlands for you to try out and fall in love with. We can guarantee that your eye will never wander to a chain coffee shop again once you’ve tried these unique cafes wonders!

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Curious Café & Bistro is located in the heart of Cheltenham (Gloucestershire), on the always buzzing Bath Road, where they offer you possibly the best breakfast in town! Whether you are looking for a hearty breakfast to kick off your day, a spot of lunch to fuel your afternoon, or a cheeky slice of cake and a cracking cup of coffee, then this is a top coffee shop on the Midlands.

The Coffee Dispensary in Cheltenham (Gloucestershire) is based in a former pharmacy, to which they aim to prescribe the most perfect coffee for you. From cakes, brownies and pastries supplied by local suppliers, you will find the best accompaniment to that steaming hot mug of coffee.

Kimmy Loves Cake is a bakery and espresso bar located in the beautiful town of Bewdley (Worcestershire)on the banks of the River Severn. The team pride themselves on serving unique, fresh and HUGE slabs and slices of cake along with Allpress coffee, Canton teas and soft drinks.

Sensory and Rye is an Artisan coffee shop, urban eatery and casual restaurant based at the edge of Hereford’s City Centre (Herefordshire). Serving speciality coffee, quality Hereford brunch and colourful lunches. If WFH, then this is the perfect relaxed setting to set up your workstation, fuelled by excellent coffee and some irresistible pancakes.

The Bookshop is a modern British restaurant serving a daily brunch, a steak led evening menu and an award winning Sunday lunch. Wake up right with a delicious brunch, great artisanal coffee, and cakes that are served in a relaxed setting that has been thoughtfully designed to accommodate both working and socialising.

Whilst in Hereford (Herefordshire) this little gem is one of the best coffee shops to visit in the Midlands.

A really lovely place, cosy and welcoming. Ironbridge Gorge is known for its rich history and natural beauty, so having this family-run coffee shop in the midst of the woodlands is like a perfect complement to the surroundings.

Their lodge brunch was amazing; eggs, mushrooms, smokey beans, hash browns and toast. The coffee was equally impressive, with a variety of blends and roasts to choose from, all made with care and attention.

During our journey through the UK we come across lots of gems and The Greenwood Cafe (Shropshire) was a great find. Put it on your must visit list of coffee shops in the Midlands.

The decor of Novello Lounge (Shropshire) is a feast for the eyes, with bright colours, funky patterns, and quirky decorations adorning the walls. Definitely an eclectic style that creates a fun and lively atmosphere, perfect for enjoying a night out or a leisurely brunch with friends.

The first thing you’ll notice entering Faun is the warm and inviting atmosphere. The cafe is decorated with earthy tones and natural materials, giving it a rustic, yet modern vibe. The space is small and intimate, making it the perfect spot for a quiet solo coffee or a catch-up with friends.

A hidden gem that deserves to be on every coffee lover’s radar. Its delicious coffee and food, and commitment to sustainability make it a must-visit destination in Malvern (Worcestershire).

On our travels we are discovering that coffee shops are much more than a place to grab a quick caffeine fix – they’re a cultural hub where people come together to connect, work, and relax.

With their cosy atmospheres, trendy decor, and high-quality coffee, coffee shops have become the go-to destination. Whether you’re a coffee connoisseur or just looking for a place to unwind, there’s no shortage of trendy coffee shops to explore.

So why not grab a cup of your favourite roast and settle in for a cosy afternoon at one of the many coffee shops in the midlands.

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