The Brokerswood Café and Bramble Gift Shop

You don’t have to pay to visit the café or browse in the shop, just come along and enjoy!

The Café is great place to meet for lunch or tea, a snack or a coffee. We use locally supplied produce and offer great food at a sensible price. Picnic boxes can be catered for, we also offer a small range of food for babies and facility for heating baby food and milk.

PARTIES ARE A SPECIALITY! For children’s parties we provide the food and the venue and you can entertain the children in the woods and on the railway. We also take bookings for private parties. We are not licensed but you are welcome to bring your own bottle! (a small corkage charge will apply)

For more information and to download a booking form please click here.

The Bramble Gift Shop

Our gift shop is a veritable Aladdin’s Cave of gifts, souvenirs, sweets and ice-cream as well as the more practical items. We stock camping supplies, calor gas, bread, milk and newspapers (Easter – October).

The shop is hugely popular in the build-up to Christmas. The Christmas shop is open from mid-October. We've got some great gift ideas including stocking fillers, wooden toys, jewellery, cards and much more. Late night shopping every Wednesday evening from mid-November through December

Your reviews
Click here to tell us what you thought of the café or the shop and you could WIN a free lunch for 4, one to be given away every month.

“We were visiting our daughter and wanted to go out for a nice, relaxed lunch with her and our grandchildren. The food was excellent and good value and the service wonderful.”
Mr and Mrs Summers, Edinburgh
Rating ****
Contact Us
Tel: 01373 822238
Fax: 01373 858474
Address: Brokerswood, Westbury, Wiltshire. BA13 4EH
Brokerswood Country Park has received the prestigious David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award for the 5th year in a row – one of only 34 parks (out of 500 dotted around the UK) that have been presented with this honour.

“A very natural park. Absolutely superb with a pretty lake and forest walks”
Professor David Bellamy,
Naturalist and Broadcaster
Our recognitions and awards