Freshly baked goods and coffee, BakeHouse24 is a wonderful little spot for a snack or a light bite on the go when visiting Ringwood or Southbourne. This post was originally written for the branch in Winchester but it closed early 2020.

Breads, pastries and cakes are their specialism with a real love for creating sourdough.

Love an artisan pastry and a cuppa? Take a look at these buns!


BakeHouse24 has branches in both Ringwood and Southbourne. The previous shop in Winchester has now closed.

Breads, Pastries & Cakes

There’s a wide range of baked goods on the menu and the main counter was laden with tempting treats. There were lots of vegan options too.

Henry went for the Bread and Butter Pudding and I had the Vegan Peanut Butter and Banana Cookie.

Both were, of course, devoured instantly and very much enjoyed. Henry really liked his bread and butter pudding, it’s not my thing but he loved it.

For me, that cookie was divine! YUMMY – can more of these get in my life please?

Top that off with good tea and coffee and it’s a win in my book. Henry had a coffee and I had the mint and ginger tea, and we took our spoils on a little wander around the cathedral and through the city centre.

Next time

I only stopped by for a caffeine fix and a mid-afternoon pick me up. I’d love to go back for a longer visit because a couple of meals, from the breakfast and lunch type dishes on the big chalk board, really caught my eye.

Hello, I’m looking at you Reuben Melt, PB and Banana toast and avocado on toast,  I’d like to try all of you! And, let’s not forget about all those cakes.

What a lovely place to stop by in Ringwood or Southbourne – both are blessed with some lovely little independents. I really like spending time there pottering about and making the most of my days off.

If you pop by, let me know what you try!

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