Refuel on your visit to the Clent Hills
The cafe at Clent is famous for its hearty sandwiches, just what you want after a refreshing walk. Or take advantage of the many picnic spots for a meal with a view!
The Cafe at Nimmings Wood car park is not your usual National Trust fare. People come from far and wide for its bacon sandwiches, which you can smell cooking as you walk back down the hill.
It is open every day 10am - 4pm and doesn't just serve bacon! You can fill up on sausage sandwiches, soup, cake and a variety of vegetarian and vegan options. The cheese on toast is a firm favourite with our vegetarian volunteers.
Cold drinks and ice creams are also on offer – just what you need on a hot summer’s day!
Please note - the cafe at Nimmings Wood is cash only and cannot accept National Trust gift vouchers.
The Meadow behind the café, heading towards the Natural Play Area, is a great spot for a picnic near to the main facilities on Clent. There are two picnic benches to use, or you can spread out on the grass.
Across the Hills there are plenty of benches to stop and take a break, but the best spot for a picnic is the top of Clent hill. Take the Easy Access Path from the Nimmings Wood car park to the top of the hill. There is a large grassy area with spectacular views across the West Midlands.
Please note - BBQ’s are not permitted anywhere on the Clent Hills because of the risk of fires. Please take all your rubbish away with you after your visit.