Nestling in the Pennines on the Lancashire / Yorkshire border, Barnoldswick is home to the Café on the Square. As the name suggests, the café sits right on the old cobble market square in the centre of the town and so is the perfect place to sit and relax after tackling a few of the surrounding hills. The cafe serves great food made with a range of local products including homemade pies, freshly baked bread and local eggs.
Their extensive menu includes a selection of toasties, soups, jacket potatoes and all day breakfasts as well as having a cake counter containing tasty scones, cakes and biscuits.
With regards to cycling specifics, the café doesn’t stock any spares, however the lads and lasses round the corner at the Hope Tech factory know a thing or two about bikes, and we are sure they can help you out!
Overall, the Café on the Square is a lovely little cafe with delicious home made favourites and a great atmosphere. Definitely worth a visit, just make sure you don’t head too far in to Lancashire by accident…
Big jumbo breakfast: £5.85
Toasted teacake: £1.30
Double chocolate brownie – literally double chocolate
Local Climb / Segment
Brogden Beast – the name says it all
Rob Jebb – Hope Tech three peaks cyclocross legend
- 21 Albert Road, Barnoldswick, BB18 5AA
- 01282 812882