If you are out and about in Hagley with an elderly relative or friend why not try one of these great places for an afternoon tea and a chat?
Young or old you are sure to get a warm, friendly welcome at the independently owned Hagley Café which is popular with all generations. With easy step free access it can accommodate wheelchairs and pushchairs, with good space around the tables, on sunny days there are even tables outside where you can watch people visiting the local shops and amenities. There is a tasty menu which includes a range of breakfast and light lunch options, always offering a comforting bowl of soup to warm up those cold winter days. Along with a range of speciality teas there is a mouth-watering selection of homemade cakes which are always very popular with the Home Instead office team!
Sharing the space with Hagley Café is Lily Blue Gifts and Home and so one treat can lead to another. Have a browse around the shop offering a fine selection of gift ideas, clothing and home accessories with attentive staff on hand to help you find that something special. The Hagley Café is found on Worcester Road, with on road parking or in the Shoppers car park located near to West One.
The café / restaurant at Webbs of West Hagley garden centre was refurbished in 2020.It offers a good sized dining area with a range of different seating options around well-spaced tables with screens between and so offers a safer feeling for those older family members or friends who still feel vulnerable about getting out and about. There is a comprehensive menu from breakfasts, hot and cold lunches and a very tempting range of desserts and freshly made cakes including gluten free options – the sticky ginger cake is not to be missed. The staff are helpful and approachable. If you are looking for an outing for an older friend or relative Webbs of Hagley is a good option. Why not build up your appetite for that tasty treat from the cake range with a walk around the well-stocked garden centre with plenty of ideas for the gree-fingered to brighten up their outdoor space. The café is set within a well laid out shopping area with a comprehensive range of not only everything garden related but also quality gift and deli ideas and a good range of indoor plants.
The Café at Webbs of Hagley has easy access with ramps throughout and if it’s not such a good day mobility-wise there are wheelchairs that can be borrowed – so no excuses – come and treat yourself and a friend to hot cup of tea and a slice of cake – Please leave me a piece of the ginger cake!
A short stone’s throw from Hagley with access from the A456 Hagley to Halesowen Road is Hagley Park Café and Visitor Centre. Hagley Park and the Café opened in June 2022 after a number of years being spent on restoring much of the parkland and Follies to their former glory. A sweeping drive takes you to the modern, fresh café and visitor centre with staff who are keen to have a chat and make you feel at ease. The café is clean and bright inside with seating areas inside and out leading to views over some of Hagley Halls parkland and beyond.