This tea room is slap bang in the middle of the Tour de France 2014 route so whether you’re here for a cuppa before watching the peloton fly by or you’re trying out the route yourself some time in the future, here’s your spot for tea and home-baked scones.
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All the cakes, scones, shortbread and other tray bakes are made in-house. Baker Sandra tries something new every day so it’s hard to predict what will be on offer, but we were delighted with our freshly-made Blue Wensleydale Cheese Scones and home-made shortbread. Washed down with a good pot of Yorkshire Tea (bags only, mind), and lashings of hot water in case you’re really thirsty. We don’t do savoury food on the whole, but one local insists we mention the home-made soup of the day:- all made in-house by the ‘souper’ Sandra!
Yoredale House, Aysgarth DL8 3AE
Tel: 01969 663 423
9.30am – 4.30pm Monday (10.00am – 4.00pm in winter)
9.30am – 4.30pm Wednesday – Sunday (10.00am – 4.00pm in winter)
Aysgarth is on the A684 between Leyburn and Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales and you can’t miss the tea room if you’re on that road. It’s right on the main road through the village, just opposite the old village stocks!