The tea-room at East Riddlesden Hall

Inside the tea-room, tables sit under aged oak beams

Whether you’d like a scone and a cup of tea or something more filling, the tea-room has something to tempt all tastes.

There's always a great selection of sandwiches and jacket potatoes available to choose from in the tea-room along with soup of the day and a seasonal speciality. For something sweet, we have plenty of cakes and traybakes waiting to tempt you.

Every purchase made in the tea-room supports our work
A display of cakes and scones

We use local suppliers and whenever possible ingredients from our own gardens. The apple, parsnip and fresh sage soup is always a popular choice in autumn.

It's hard to resist a warming bowl of soup this time of year.
A lovely bowl of warming soup

When you sit under the 400 year old beams to enjoy a light snack or sweet treat, you're helping us to look after this intriguing property. Every 30 scones sold pays for four hours of intricate repairwork to the 400 year-old wall hanging at East Riddlesden Hall.

Upcoming events

February half-term

Sat 10 Feb 2018
Pull on your wellies, wrap up warm and join us this February half-term. We've got willow planting and gingerbread making as well as an exciting new family trail and seasonal crafts.

Gin Festival

Sat 10 Feb 2018
There's no need to stay indoors this February. Round up your friends and come along to the Airedale Barn's first ever Gin Festival.

February half-term willow weaving

Mon 12 Feb 2018
We won't need snow this February to build an igloo but when you roll up your sleeves and join our outdoor team with willow planting this half-term you'll be helping to create something even more special.

Mother's Day - flower planting

Sun 11 Mar 2018
Flowers are the perfect way to say 'I love you', and what better way to celebrate Mother's Day than planting flowers together and watching them grow and flourish.

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

Fri 30 Mar 2018
Join us over the Easter weekend for the popular Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt. This year you'll be following a nature trail and searching high and low for clues in the garden.

Easter traditions

Fri 30 Mar 2018
Have you ever wassailed an apple tree? Join us to learn more about this traditional celebration of prosperity.