In the heart of Yorkshire's most graceful spa town, Bettys Harrogate overlooks the famous Stray and Montpellier Gardens. Enjoy coffee in the Montpelier Café Bar or reserve a table in the stylish Imperial Room for a weekend afternoon tea.
Set alongside the all-year-round beauty of the 58-acre RHS gardens and with a terrace for al fresco dining, Bettys Harlow Carr features a café, a coffee shop and an extensive range of handmade breads, cakes and chocolates from Bettys Craft Bakery.
After a day spent enjoying the breathtaking views from Ilkley Moor or nearby Bolton Abbey, relax with a pot of tea in the light and airy Bettys Ilkley. Or drop by before a day trip to stock up on goodies for the perfect picnic.
Inspired by the style of the luxury 1930s ocean liner the Queen Mary, the St Helen's Square Bettys is still the height of Art Deco elegance, with special events held regularly in the upstairs Belmont Room.
Nestled on a medieval street just a stone's throw from York Minster and decked out with antique dressers, vintage adverts and a roaring fire in winter, Bettys Stonegate is a cosy and welcoming haven – one of York's hidden gems.
Housed in a Grade II listed building in this traditional Yorkshire market town, Bettys Northallerton is elegant throughout, with both a walled courtyard for summer enjoyment and an indoor 'Palm Room' with a domed glass roof and a three-metre high Chusan palm.
Traditional afternoon tea atWentbridge is a firm favourite and a great way to catch up with friends! Served in either the Wentbridge Restaurant or (weather permitting) in our beautiful gardens in the sunshine, it’s an unforgettableway to spend a relaxed afternoon.
The family run tea room and visitor centre opened in 1994. Relax and soak up the atmosphere of our conservatory style tea rooms whilst trying out its delights. Specialising in home baking, we use recipes from the traditional to the unusual. The visitor centre holds a scale model of the Abbey. We're well worth a visit.
Tennants Auctioneers is a fourth generation family run business based in the heart of the Yorkshire dales. As well as holding over 100 sales a year Tennants have a restaurant which is open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea,8:30am – 4:30pm, Monday – Friday and on Saturdays when we have an auction.
Monk Fryston Hall is grade II* listed, the oldest part being circa 13th century and is the perfect place to enjoy traditional afternoon tea.
The sweeping driveway leads up to one of the grandest entrances in Yorkshire, welcome to Oulton Hall, a magnificent, Grade II listed 18th century former family mansion.Classic Yorkshire afternoon tea is served daily by a traditional butler in our drawing room.
It would be hard to beat a relaxing afternoon in the Huntsman’s Lodge at The Coniston Hotel enjoying a traditional and beautifully presented afternoon tea.
This is situated within the grounds of Flamingo Land and provides an ideal venue for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea whilst exploring the theme park or zoo.
Here at the Devonshire Arms Bolton Abbey we pride ourselves in serving what some have described as "the best afternoon tea outside London". Our full afternoon tea experience can be enjoyed in the conservatory overlooking the Italian gardens. Head chef Adam Smith will wow you with his amazing selection of delicious cakes and stunning pastries.
The Old Glasshouse is nestled in the landscaped grounds of a unique garden centre. It is the place to come and relax. Freshly prepared meals, light snacks, scrumptious cakes & puddings include many made with gluten free ingredients are available daily.
Situated on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds, this contemporary Art Gallery & coffee shop serves a range of teas, coffees, light lunches, homemade cakes, and cream scones. Come and enjoy the changing programme of exhibitions by Yorkshire artists and relax in the garden with views across the Wolds.
Featured in BBC's Last Tango in Halifax, Holdsworth House is one of West Yorkshire's top hotels and restaurants. The historic Jacobean manor is near Brontë Country in Halifax and dates back to 1633.
Founded in 1919, Bettys Café Tea Rooms are synonymous with Yorkshire. In the heart of Yorkshire's most graceful spa town, Bettys Harrogate overlooks the famous Stray and Montpellier Gardens.
Lastingham Grange is a family run country house hotel and restaurant located on the edge of the North York Moors in the historic village of Lastingham, a peaceful backwater in the heart of the national park.
Filled with light whatever the weather, this beautiful licensed venue offers fresh homemade food for morning coffee, light lunch and afternoon tea.
This classic Victorian 135 Bedroom Harrogate hotel has been carefully modernised and retains many of its original architectural features whilst offering all the modern guest amenities including free Wi-Fi and 24 Hour Room Service.
Our licensed restaurant in an old school house offers everything from delicious home made scones to a Sunday roast. A unique shopping experience, described as as Aladdin's cave of beautiful interior and gift ideas.
At the Spiced Pear, our very special afternoon teas come with homemade scones, sandwiches, cakes and all the trimmings, alongside a good choice of warming teas and coffees (or a breakfast margarita if you're in a celebratory mood!).
Set in 26 acres of formal gardens and woodlands, Wortley Hall is a Grade II listed 18th century house which is now affectionately known as "The Workers' Stately Home".
Afternoon tea at The Cleveland Tontine is more than a treat, it's a real event. Available from 12:30 to 5pm every day of the week, it is a veritable feast including generously filled sandwiches, quiche, light fluffy scones and an array of delicious cakes.
As Leeds' most famous landmark hotel, The Queens Yorkshire afternoon tea has long been a time-honoured tradition and one that we are very proud of indeed.
Barnsley's Museums offer great tea rooms and cafes in spectacular heritage locations.
Spoil yourself with an indulgent afternoon of glorious tea, scrumptious cakes, fresh warm scones, delicate sandwiches and savoury creations at the Lounge Restaurant & Bar.
The Wheatley Arms stands proudly in the charming village of Ben Rhydding, Ilkley, beneath the imposing and famous Cow and Calf rocks. Our open log fires are especially welcome, perhaps after a walk on the nearby moors.
Set in 300 acres of parkland, Clocktower at Rudding Park, Harrogate offers traditional afternoon tea with contemporary flair in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Afternoon tea with a twist. At Filmore & Union we believe that everyone should be able to eat delicious and nutritious food outside of the home.
The Barn Café at Blacker Hall Farm Shop has been converted from a 16th century barn, with many of the original features retained. It creates a light and open environment to enjoy the seasonal, fresh and local food.
A traditional tea room overlooking Richmond's historic cobbled market place. Housed in a listed Georgian building, we have been serving locals and tourists with freshly prepared food and drinks for over 25 years.
Set in the picturesque village of Goathland with the North Yorkshire Moors on our doorstep, just a 10 minute drive from Whitby. Come and enjoy morning coffee or traditional afternoon tea in our beautiful hotel lounges or stunning garden.
Experience the quintessential English traditional afternoon cream tea in THE COURT the stylish café-bistro within York's best located hotel, situated in the very shadow of York Minster.
The Carding Shed- take a trip down memory lane to a golden, bygone era. Set in a former mill, you can enjoy the retro vintage themed experience. Try the delights of The Oil Can Café for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or a glorious gateau.
The Balmoral Hotel is situated in the spa town of Harrogate on a leafy street just a few minutes' walk from both the town centre and the International Conference Centre.
Join us at the award winning Lighthouse Tea Room and Coffee House for a warm, welcoming and entertaining experience. We do things a little differently here, our bywords are cleanliness, friendliness and relaxation.