Café 64 really appeals to those who are visiting all areas of the beautiful county of Dorset.
Just 15 minutes from the centre of Dorchester, in the wonderful Frome Valley, the village of Maiden Newton offers many directions of travel for Walkers and Cyclists alike. Below we have outlined some helpful information that will hopefully make your visit to the area as enjoyable as possible.
In addition to stopping for a bite to eat, why not pre-book a nights stay at our own Bed and Breakfast located directly above the Café? Please contact us for availability, or visit our seperate website for more details.
If your interest is to pull on some comfy shoes and go for a stroll amongst the scenic surroundings, then the village of Maiden Newton certainly caters for you. The village is situated on two major walking routes: - Wessex Ridgeway and Macmillan Way.
For the Macmillan Way, we are the first/last stop on your journey depending on whether you are heading out of or into the county, on the 290 mile route between Abbotsbury, Dorset and Boston, Lancashire.
The Wessex Ridgeway crosses the heartland of Dorset and delivers many breathtaking views of the county.
No.64 Café is a regular stop for local cycling clubs on various routes through the village. Enjoy a well-earned break in the knowledge that your bike can be safely stored in our outside storage area.
Our Bed and Breakfast accommodation is an ideal solution for those who wish to rest their weary legs a bit longer!