Whitby Lane, Guisborough, North Yorkshire TS14 6PT T: 01287 611 500 W: www.gisborough-hall.com E: firstname.lastname@example.org
DEVONSHIRE ARMS HOTEL & SPA
Bolton Abbey, Skipton, North Yorkshire BD23 6AJ
Masham, Ripon, North Yorkshire HG4 4JH
T: 01756 718 100 W: www.thedevonshirearms.co.uk
T: 01765 680 900 W: www.swintonestate.com
Situated on the Duke of Devonshire’s Bolton Abbey Estate, The Devonshire Arms Hotel and Spa prides itself in serving ‘The Best Afternoon Tea in Yorkshire’; as awarded by the Deliciously Yorkshire Taste Awards 2017. A ‘Devonshire Arms Afternoon Tea’ served in the conservatory, or one of the elegant lounges, is the perfect way to enjoy a relaxing and indulgent afternoon. For those seeking a high-flying thrill, the helicopter afternoon tea is available
There are few better places to enjoy Afternoon Tea than in the stunning surroundings of Swinton Park Castle. With beautiful views of the parkland, gardens and neighbouring deer park, you are welcome to enjoy a selection of Afternoon Teas in the Bar, Sitting Room and Drawing Room, or on the Lawn (during summer months). Afterwards, enjoy a stroll around the Walled Garden and visit the Estate Shop.
on selected dates until September, including a 15 minute sightseeing flight around The Dales, from £278 per couple. Once you experience your Afternoon Tea, you can enjoy the impressive selection of finger sandwiches, delicious homemade cakes, pastries, traditional teas and speciality infusions which the Executive Chef and his culinary team have lovingly prepared for you. Upgrade to a glass of Champagne for an extra special treat! £30pp | £15pp Champagne upgrade.
Nestled on the edge of the North York Moors and just a short distance away from the coast, Gisborough Hall is a luxury ‘home away from home’. Enjoy Afternoon Tea in their Inner Hall or Drawing Room, where log fires will be roaring or doors open to the terrace, with views of the hills and forest. The chef will prepare delicious sandwiches, homemade scones with lashings of cream and jam, and a selection of tasty treats.
Owned by the Cunliffe-Lister family since the 1880s, and the ancestral seat of the Earl of Swinton. Public rooms are furnished with antiques and family portraits, with the warmth and grandeur of a traditional English house. Party bookings are welcome, ideal for any celebration – with private rooms available for larger gatherings. Afternoon Tea is served daily from 12pm – 5pm, and on Sundays from 3pm – 5pm.
25 North Bar Within, Beverley, East Yorkshire HU17 8DD
T: 01142 660 051 W: www.taptonhall.com E: email@example.com With a unique blend of elegant history and modern efficiency you can make any event truly unforgettable. Facilities to rival the most modern – but with a standard of service that reflects the finest Sheffield tradition. Traditional Afternoon Tea is £12.95 per head, and includes a selection of homemade sandwiches, cakes & scones. You can also enjoy these with a glass of Pimms or a bottle of Prosecco. Try their new Yorkshire Afternoon Tea for only £17.95 per head. 5
92 High Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL7 8PT T: 01609 772 880 W: www.lewisandcooper.co.uk
Relax and watch the world go by from award-winning Tearooms as you enjoy a sumptuous menu of delicious Yorkshire treats. You will receive the warmest of welcomes in Northallerton as you take your choice from breakfast, lunch and Afternoon Tea with a mouth-watering range of tasty dishes. Friendly staff will be proud to serve you the very best of local Yorkshire produce as you relax above this glorious food emporium on the High Street.
THE MANSION HOUSE & TEA ROOMS
HE CONISTON HOTEL T COUNTRY ESTATE & SPA
Flamingo Land Resort, Kirby Misperton, North Yorkshire YO17 6UX
The adjoining lounge is just the spot to take a break from shopping with a cup of freshly-roasted and ground Lewis & Cooper coffee and a slice of their acclaimed luxury fruit cake. Visit and see why they have been awarded a Certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor. Afterwards be sure to explore the extensive food and wine departments at your leisure. Their shelves are stocked with more than 25,000 lines including 350 cheeses and 80 varieties of gin.
T: 0800 40 888 40 W: www.flamingoland.co.uk/food-drink/the-mansion-house-tea-rooms
Coniston Cold, Skipton, North Yorkshire BD23 4EA
The Mansion House & Tea Rooms is located within the grounds of Flamingo Land and provides an ideal venue for brunch, speciality sandwiches, main meals or Afternoon Tea while exploring the theme park and zoo.
Enjoy locally-sourced English food along with a children’s menu and a delicious selection of desserts and sweet treats. Sample Taylors Yorkshire Tea and a range of their coffees, along with soft drinks, lager and wine options.
This fine example of classic Georgian architecture has recently been renovated to an extremely high standard.
The venue is also available for private hire and weddings. Get in touch for further information.
Everyone can find their favourite place to savour a cup of Yorkshire tea and appreciate more of what this glorious county has on offer.
T: 01482 296 999 W: www.beverleyarms.co.uk E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tapton Hall, Shore Lane, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S10 3BU
LEWIS & COOPER
There’s a rich variety of exceptional venues on offer here including everything from Afternoon Tea aboard a boat to a more tranquil, traditional tea set in the beautiful gardens of a stately home. You’ll even find a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party or Afternoon Tea in a luxury spa.
No visit to Beverley is complete without a visit to the Beverley Arms which proudly re-opened its doors in summer 2018 following a £6million re-development. Relax in the cosy bar, take a table in the conservatory or opt for the outside terrace - then tuck in to their cream tea, with homemade cakes and a choice of teas. Served every day there’s no need to book for parties of 8 and under.
T: 01756 748 080 W: www.theconistonhotel.com E: email@example.com The award winning Coniston Hotel offers a unique combination of 4 star accommodation and spa with 3 restaurants; Macleod’s, Huntsman’s Lodge and Nourish. The Coniston Afternoon Tea is renowned, offering a beautiful selection of cakes and sandwiches in the Huntsman’s Lodge with probably one of the best views in Yorkshire. Excellent customer service and serving teas from 2.30pm to 5pm every day of the year.
We love a good cup of tea here in Yorkshire and with so many fabulous places brewing up, it can be tough to decide where to enjoy your hot beverage. This trail highlights some of the best spots in our great county that serve a grand Yorkshire cuppa.
Sir Gary Verity Chief Executive Welcome to Yorkshire
A true Yorkshire great, Bettys is not only home to the perfect cup of tea, it’s also the place to enjoy fresh coffee, tempting cakes, locally sourced food and traditional Afternoon Tea, all served with a warm Yorkshire welcome. The first Bettys Café Tea Room was founded in 1919 by Frederick Belmont, a young Swiss entrepreneur who arrived in Harrogate skilled in the arts of baking and fine confectionery. Three generations later and still family-run, Bettys now has six Café Tea Rooms, each with their own unique character but all sharing Frederick’s values of high quality and service. Bettys menus feature a seasonally tailored selection of light lunches and main meals, made with the best Yorkshire produce. Bettys is also the quintessential destination for Afternoon Tea: a sumptuous experience, complete with gleaming silver cake stands, delicious handmade confections and a steaming teapot. The reservations-only Lady Betty Afternoon Tea is held on the first floors of The Imperial Room, Bettys in Harrogate and also at The Belmont Room, Bettys York on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11am. Inspired by Bettys closely-held passions for outstanding service and commitment to quality, customers are promised a memorable experience without match. To book, call: The Imperial Room on 01423 814043 or The Belmont Room: 01904 659142. You can also book online www.bettys.co.uk Each café also has a shop packed with everything needed for a taste of Bettys at home, including fine teas, craft-baked breads and luxury artisan chocolates. And, once you’ve discovered Bettys in Yorkshire, remember that many Bettys delights can be enjoyed wherever you are, through Bettys mail order at www.bettys.co.uk
For more details about any of our delicious trails, go to
JOE CORNISH GALLERIES
Register House, Zetland St, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL6 1NA T: 01609 777 404 W: www.joecornishgallery.co.uk Enjoy freshly baked scones each day along with a wide range of delicious homemade cakes. Local micro coffee roasters provide a supply of sustainably sourced coffee and they also serve Yorkshire Tea and other speciality teas to cater for all tastes. Situated within the Gallery building, surrounded by Joe’s stunning landscape photography of northern England and beyond. Cyclists also welcome.
THE GRAND HOTEL & SPA
Station Rise, York, North Yorkshire YO1 6GD
THE YEW TREE CAFÉ
T: 01904 380 038 W: www.thegrandyork.co.uk Indulge in The Grand Hotel & Spa’s Afternoon Tea - a quintessentially English tradition that’s a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Served in The Rise Restaurant, their Afternoon Tea is perfect for special occasions or celebrations, and can even be served with Champagne or Prosecco for that extra special touch. Alternatively, treat yourself to the Hendrick’s Tipsy G & Tea served in beautiful China teapots.
High Street, Scalby, Scarborough, North Yorkshire YO13 0PT
Not just for grown ups, they also offer a Children’s Afternoon Tea with their very own tower of treats, filled with classic favourites and regularly host themed Afternoon Teas, including their Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. For midweek treats, the Spa & Tea packages offer the ultimate relaxing experience, with treatments available in the luxury spa, housed in the building’s former vaults. Gift vouchers are also available from the hotel and online.
T: 01723 367 989 W: www.theyewtreescalby.co.uk E: firstname.lastname@example.org The Yew Tree Café offers a friendly and relaxed service with an excellent variety of freshly-prepared hot or cold food and drink. So whether you are looking for a hearty breakfast to start your day, a midday light lunch or Afternoon Tea with prosecco, you’re sure to find a delicious selection on their menu.
On warm days you can enjoy the outside seating area and they welcome walkers, cyclists and dogs with their well-behaved owners! Also offering a luxurious self-catering accommodation in a two-bedroom apartment available to book on a nightly basis. Open all year round Tuesday – Sunday (9am – 4pm).
Staddlebridge, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL6 3JB T: 01609 882 671 W: www.theclevelandtontine.com E: email@example.com Served in either the morning room or their conservatory, sit back and enjoy the views of the Cleveland Hills, an unforgettable way to spend the afternoon. With freshly baked scones, a selection of homemade cakes and sweets. Also a choice of generously filled sandwiches all served alongside their impressive range of teas and coffees. Available from 12pm to 5pm everyday, booking essential. £19.95 per person.
198-202 High St, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL7 8LP T: 01609 772 303 W: www.barkers.co.uk E: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the 1882 Bistro with modern décor and three seating areas; the library, conservatory and the sewing room. Offering a seasonal menu with locally sourced produce and scrumptious Afternoon Teas. Or why not try Barkers Kitchen? This newly refurbished restaurant offers a fabulous selection of home-made cakes (including the much-loved Barkers scones) and seasonal local dishes.
CITY CRUISES YORK
King’s Staith, York, North Yorkshire YO1 9SN T: 01904 628 324 W: www.citycruisesyork.com E: email@example.com City Cruises York offer the region’s most unique Afternoon Tea venue the Captain James Cook! Enjoy a delightful 1 hour 45 minute cruise through York and past Bishopthorpe Palace, the stunning riverside residence of His Grace The Archbishop of York. The menu features dainty home-made sandwiches, scones with preserves and cream and delicious finger
desserts, all served with refillable tea or coffee. The cruise includes a mixture of live captain’s commentary and relaxing background music. Full dates and times available on the website. They also operate Lunch Cruises and private dining cruises for groups of 30 or more. Tickets from £25.00 per person. Gift vouchers are also available to buy online.
THE CENTRAL COFFEE HOUSE LASTINGHAM GRANGE
Lastingham, York, North Yorkshire YO62 6TH
229 High Street, Northallerton North Yorkshire DL7 8LU
T: 01751 417 345 W: www.lastinghamgrange.com
T: 01609 774 712 Social: www.facebook.com/ TheCentralCoffeeHouse
Lastingham Grange is a family run country house hotel and restaurant located in the historic village of Lastingham, a peaceful backwater in the heart of the North York Moors National Park. Afternoon Tea consists of a choice of teas or coffees, freshly cut sandwiches a selection of cakes or small
Located at the north end of the High Street, The Central Coffee House is a popular spot for Afternoon Teas and light lunches. Offering salads, soups and homemade scones and cakes, their Mars Bar Crispie is a firm local favourite and one not to be missed. With a wide selection of soft drinks, coffees and of course, Yorkshire Tea. You’ll want to make sure you stop off here after a busy morning exploring the local area.
desserts and freshly baked scones with homemade jam and clotted cream. Afternoon Tea is served in the lounge or on the terrace. The Grange is open March to the end November and serves: - Lunch 12pm - 1.30pm - Afternoon Tea 2.30pm - 5.30pm - Dinner 6.30pm - 8pm.
1 BETTYS HARROGATE 1 Parliament Street, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG1 2QU T: +44 (0)1423 814 070 Enjoy views over the graceful Montpellier Gardens, take coffee in the Montpellier Café Bar or reserve a table on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday for Lady Betty Afternoon Tea in the elegant Imperial Room. 2 BETTYS RHS GARDEN HARLOW CARR Crag Lane, Beckwithshaw, Harrogate, North Yorkshire HG3 1QB T: +44 (0)1423 505 604
Set alongside the beautiful 58-acre RHS gardens, Bettys Harlow Carr features a café, a coffee shop and a terrace for al fresco dining. 3 BETTYS ILKLEY 32 The Grove, Ilkley, West Yorkshire LS29 9EE T: +44 (0)1943 608 029 Relax with a pot of tea in light and airy surroundings. Or drop by before a day trip to Ilkley Moor or Bolton Abbey to stock up for the perfect picnic. 4 BETTYS YORK 6-8 St. Helen’s Square, York, North Yorkshire YO1 8QP T: +44 (0)1904 659 142 The height of Art Deco elegance in the heart of York. Reserve a table on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday for Lady Betty Afternoon Tea in the upstairs Belmont Room, whose 1930s interior is styled after the luxurious Queen Mary ocean liner. 5 BETTYS STONEGATE, YORK 46 Stonegate, York, North Yorkshire YO1 8AS T: +44 (0)1904 622 865 Nestled on a medieval street just a stone’s throw from York Minster, this hidden gem is decked out with antique dressers, vintage adverts and a roaring fire in winter. 6 BETTYS NORTHALLERTON High Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire DL7 8LF T: +44 (0)1609 775 154 Housed in a Grade II listed building, Bettys Northallerton is elegant throughout, with a walled courtyard for summer enjoyment and an indoor ‘Palm Room’ with a domed glass roof.
WENTBRIDGE HOUSE HOTEL
The Great North Road, Wentbridge, Pontefract, West Yorkshire WF8 3JJ T: 01977 620 444 W: www.wentbridgehouse.co.uk E: firstname.lastname@example.org Afternoon Tea at Wentbridge is a firm favourite and a great way to catch up with family and friends. Served every day in either the restaurant or in their beautiful gardens (weather permitting). Enjoy a Traditional Afternoon Tea with sandwiches, scones with jam and Yorkshire clotted cream and homemade cakes, or try the Gentlemen’s Afternoon Tea with mini beef & onion baguette, prawn cocktail, pork pie, bacon & leek
quiche, scotch egg with gentlemen’s relish and more. Both are served with Taylors of Harrogate leaf tea or coffee – a real treat! Children’s Afternoon Tea is perfect for the little ones where they can indulge in ham, cheese and jam sandwiches, a mini gingerbread biscuit, jelly & ice cream, mini milkshake, dipping donut with chocolate sauce and much more! It is recommended you book a table to ensure they’re ready for your arrival.
High Street Car Park, Albion Yard, Skipton, North Yorkshire BD23 1ED T: 01756 794 531 W: www.bizzielizzies.co.uk E: email@example.com Bizzie Lizzie’s set in the market town of Skipton serves up much more than just award-winning fish and chips. A favourite with locals and visitors, Bizzie Lizzie’s is now serving a newly improved menu of scrumptious Afternoon Tea. Start with a prawn cocktail, followed by mini fish and chips and finish with a selection of cakes and a sultana scone. From 2.30pm – 5pm at the High Street Car Park Restaurant.
Church Street, Goldsborough, North Yorkshire HG5 8NR T: 01423 867 321 W: www.goldsboroughhall.com There is something special about taking Royal Afternoon Tea in a 17th century private stately home. Guests can enjoy the 400-year royal history of HRH Princess Mary’s first family home and the splendour of the grounds. Sample hand crafted delicacies, freshly baked scones and delightful finger sandwiches served with a selection of Taylors teas in the magnificent Jacobean Hall or beautiful Orangery. Please call to book as everything is handmade to order.
SCONE RECIPE .
Perfect with a cuppa... MIDDLESBROUGH
500g self raising flour, sieved to remove lumps 175g soft butter, cut into very small pieces A pinch of salt 3 tablespoons caster sugar 150g sultanas 2 large eggs, lightly beaten with a little milk
ROBIN HOOD’S BAY
Preheat the oven to 220ºC (gas mark 7). Line a 1
Bettys Café Tea Rooms
Tong Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD4 0RY T: 01132 853 506 W: www.tonggardencentre.co.uk E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy Afternoon Tea within the city walls of York at Middletons. A fabulous central location, with a courtyard for warmer days and lots of cosy corners just in case the sun’s a bit shy. Choose from the traditional Afternoon Tea experience, with or without a glass of bubbles, or a lighter Cream Tea, including homemade scones and carrot cake. Served each day from 12pm - 5pm, there’s no need to book for parties of 8 and under.
Branch Road, Calder Grove, Wakefield, West Yorkshire WF4 3DN T: 01924 276 202 W: www.blackerhall.com E: email@example.com
EJ’s Tea Room, Yorkshire Lavender, Terrington, North Yorkshire YO60 6PB
Converted from a 16th century barn with many of the original features, The Barn Café is a perfect environment to enjoy seasonal, fresh and local food. Prepared with award-winning produce from their own experts – butchers, bakers and local farmers. Open seven days a week serving breakfasts, lunch and light tea. Cream Tea and Afternoon Tea is served every day from 11.30am. Afternoon Tea is
Serving speciality teas and gourmet coffees, enjoy a light lunch or indulge in one of the deliciously famous homemade lavender scones served with blueberry and lavender conserve and fresh cream. There’s something to tempt everyone and all whilst enjoying the spectacular panoramic views over the Vale of York with York Minster on the skyline. Open daily 10am – 4.30pm.
T: 01653 648 008 W: www.yorkshirelavender.com
T: 01904 611 570 W: www.middletonsyork.co.uk
Skeldergate, York, North Yorkshire YO1 6DS
served with a choice of regular hot drink or a glass of Prosecco, and they offer variations including Vegetarian and Gluten-Free options. Also offering a High Tea that features pork pie and sausage rolls made with pork from their own farm. The Café also offers a range of cakes, delicious desserts, gluten-free treats and other delights all handmade either in the craft Bakery or by local producers.
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Like us: facebook.com/welcometoyorkshire
baked scones, served with Yorkshire Tea or filter coffee. Look out for seasonally themed Afternoon Teas and an Afternoon Tea gift voucher makes the ideal gift for friends and family. Available Monday to Friday from 2pm to 4pm, booking is essential.
International flights connect Yorkshire to the rest of the world, as well as UK flights from Aberdeen, Belfast, Newquay and Southampton to Leeds-Bradford Yorkshire’s Airport, Doncaster Sheffield Airport, Humberside Airport and Durham Tees Valley Airport.
Follow us: @welcome2yorks #delicious
YORKSHIRE BY AIR
This map is not to scale and is for illustration purposes only. For exact locations please refer to business contact details.
Ferry services to Hull and Newcastle link Yorkshire with Northern Europe. P&O Ferries operate overnight services to Hull from Rotterdam and Zeebrugge.
PATELEY BRIDGE 2
YORKSHIRE BY SEA
Turn the dough out onto a lightly floured work 3 surface, flour a rolling pin well and roll the dough out until it is approximately 2cm thick. Cut it into squares or diamond shapes with a sharp knife and transfer to the prepared baking tray, making sure you leave space between them for expansion. Brush the tops with a little milk, then bake in the preheated oven for approximately 10 minutes. Serve warm with clotted cream or butter and home-made jam.
THE BARN CAFÉ AT BLACKER HALL FARM SHOP
Add the salt, caster sugar, sultanas, lightly beaten 2 eggs and sufficient milk to bring everything together to form a soft dough. The amount of milk will vary according to the size of the eggs, softness of the butter and the temperature of the room. Avoid working the dough too much.
After shopping for various essentials in Yorkshire’s award winning garden centre, why not enjoy an indulgent Afternoon Tea for two in a relaxed and friendly environment. Quintessentially English, this decadent treat offers a beautiful selection of delicate cakes, finger sandwiches and freshly
Britain’s biggest and fastest highways cross Yorkshire from north to south and east to west, making getting here by car or by coach very simple. For details of the quickest (or the most scenic) driving routes see the AA or RAC websites www.theaa.com and www.rac.co.uk. Plan a journey online with Arriva, who have busses running across Yorkshire on a regular basis.
YORKSHIRE BY ROAD
NORTH YORK MOORS
THE RESTAURANT AT TONG GARDEN CENTRE
large baking tray with baking parchment. Place the self raising flour and butter in a large bowl. Very gently begin to bring the flour and butter together by rubbing between your thumb and fingertips, allowing it to fall from a short height above the bowl. This will incorporate air into the scones making them beautifully light. Continue in this way until the mixture resembles fine breadcrumbs.
Yorkshire’s cities and market towns are easy to get to from other parts of the country. Travel to Yorkshire with high-speed trains from either London or Edinburgh in less than two hours with London North Eastern Railway and Grand Central services. You can also get to Yorkshire by train from the North West with First TransPennine Express, who offer direct services into the county from Liverpool and Manchester. Northern Rail also offer direct services to Yorkshire from the North West.
YORKSHIRE BY RAIL
YORKSHIRE SCONES A BETTYS RECIPE FROM A YEAR OF FAMILY RECIPES BY LESLEY WILD.
For more travel information go to www.yorkshire.com/travel