A few miles inland from some of Britain's most picturesque coastline, Cadence's Litlington cafe is nestled in the heart of the South Downs, making it the perfect stop off for those looking for a coastal adventure. Local cyclists, Alex and Amy couldn't resist a spring spin down to the popular cafe to pick up a mid-ride snack.

Tucked away in the quaint village of Litlington, in the Cuckmere Valley, Cadence is a gem of a cafe. Boasting plenty of outdoor seating, expansive views of the South Downs National Park and a plentiful supply of fantastic food and drinks. A real suntrap, Cadence Litlington is just one of five Cadence clubhouses.

Whether it is a Power Porridge breakfast, stopping over for The Vos toastie or you are rewarding yourself with a delicious piece of cake, Cadence has a fantastic menu, ready to cater for all palets. In addition to the food, the drink selection boasts hot and cold options to either warm you up on those early morning spins or cool you down on the long summer days.

Want to know more about Cadence, Litlington and the other Cadence Clubhouses? Go check them out here.

For this entry in our Soigneur guide, Brighton locals, Alex and Amy headed to Cadence, Litlington, down the coast, via Seven Sisters.

Here's what they had to say:

"Legendary toasties and a real nice vibe. What more can you want from a cycling friendly cafe?" - Amy

"Cadence clubhouses are an oasis of quality coffee and exceptionally rejuvenating toasties strategically positioned along the South Downs for road and gravel riders alike." - Alex

Prepared for whatever the changeable spring conditions sent her way, Amy wore Castelli clothing, an ABUS helmet, Oakley sunglasses and Fizik shoes. She rode a Specialized Tarmac Road Bike.

Shop Amy's look

A carefully considered outfit, Alex wore ASSOS clothing, a Giro helmet and Oakley. He rode a Cannondale SuperSix Road Bike.

Shop Alex's look

How to find Cadence, Litlington

Unable to display section due to Privacy Settings.

Adjust your Cookie Preferences to Opt-in "YES" to "Functional Cookies".

Find more articles tagged with: