The Lock Inn Cafe
Home of the Famous Boatman's Breakfast
Fun with Dick & Jane Since 1990.
It's a Family Thing
In today's national chain, managed, franchised, themed pubs and restaurants, you'll find The Lock Inn a pleasant reminder of when we were a nation of corner shop keepers. Owned and run by the same family since it was first opened in 1990 we are proud that we see many of the customers that first came all those years ago. We always do our best to make sure that your visit to our cafe is an enjoyable experience that you will wish to repeat. The words 'homemade' & 'open all day' adorn many eating establishments. Here at The Lock Inn, all day means all day. See our opening times for more information.
Dick and Janes Customer Charter
We welcome kids, cats, dogs, smokers, non smokers and muddy boots and well cut suits,walkers,bankers,scaffolders, plumbers (when they turn up), old age travellers and party revellers, actors and film stars.
KID'S PLEASE KEEP YOUR PARENTS UNDER CONTROL !
WAS BREAKFAST INVENTED AT THE LOCK INN?
No, we did not invent Breakfast. But the world famous "Boatman's Breakfast" as eaten by stars of stage, screen, and the world of sport too numerous to mention has helped to make it more fun.
Our team of willing helpers polish up well and this busy little café can provide an ideal location for a romantic proposal or we can even host your works do in the marquee in our canal side gardens. Come and join us after 6 & enjoy full table service. If you are eating outside on summer evenings please order inside and your meal will be brought to you.
TT Cycles Bradford on Avon was derived from “Towpath Trail Cycle Hire” when in 1990 we started a “bicycle hire cafe” on the Kennet and Avon canal.
Bed, Breakfast and Glamping at Widbrook Barns. Located within the beautiful Wiltshire countryside and within walking distance of the market town of Bradford-on-Avon.
Towpath Trail is the original bike and canoe hire on the Kennet and Avon Canal. Operating from our hire centre in Bradford on Avon directly opposite the towpath