This is Leith Hill Tower, the highest point in South East England. This is one of the main destinations for people visiting the area and has the added advantage of a serving hatch where on weekends you can purchase tea, coffee, cake and sandwiches along with a few other assorted goodies.
Peaslake shop, probably the best and busiest destination for Mountain Bikers in the area. At weekends, especially sunny ones, this place can be heaving with bikers. If ever you were out on your own and wanted to try and find fellow bikers then this is the place to come.
In addition to the above there are several other places where a decent tea and cake/bacon roll can be found. From the cafe at Reigate Hill to the choice of two that you get at Newlands corner. Then there is the choice of two more at Box Hill - one at the top and the other at Rykas car park at the bottom. Not forgetting the tea rooms in Shere and at Abinger Hammer - all these and more are worth a visit and all will welcome bikers. What a shame that the best of the lot at Colekitchen farm never survived RIP.
Nice to see a new tea shop in the area - over at Baynards on the downs link in the grounds of a house is a new wooden cabin saleing very nice food and drink, worth a visit if your out that way on a weekend as the opening hours are limited.
In addition to the above I have to higly recommend the new mobile Cafe stop at Headley Heath, I'm not sure of its time table but when it is there its very good indeed. Another place we use in the summer when our rides extend out that way is the Cafe on Bramley Hight Street. Good food, reasonable prices and very friendly. You can take your bikes into the back garden if you ask them and thus feel much more realxed then leaving them out front. Lastly and again I'm not sure of the name, is a cafe based at Smithbrook Kilns between Cranleigh and Dunsfold and well situated if you're coming from Hascombe direction. Also has the bonus of a good bike shop in the same complex (Beyond Mountain Bikes).