Nestled in the picturesque village of Seale in the Surrey Hills to the west of Guildford is the Manor Farm Tea Room.
It’s situated in the same courtyard that use to be the home of bespoke cycle builders WyndyMilla.
It’s a really nice little tea room with indoor and outdoor spaces. Indoors there is wood burning stove to warm up on a winter’s day and if it’s full, outside they provide blankets and even hot water bottles.
There is a range of cakes, scones and hot food as well, apparently, as good coffee. Not being a coffee drinker I can’t really comment myself.
It’s popular with and happy to cater for cyclists. There is a bike rack in the car-park.
As with all coffee stops there are many routes there and back but the route shown is about a 55 mile loop from Wells Road.
The only climb of note is Green Dene, the rest being flat/rolling. Mostly country roads and lanes though there are some stretches on bigger rural roads with opportunity for through and off drills should the group feel inclined.