Eating and shopping at Longshaw
Our cafe is well-known for its delicious baking and peaceful setting; accompanied with glorious views across the Burbage Valley to the rocky outcrops of Higger Tor and Owler Tor.
A brew with a view
A warm welcome awaits you at the Longshaw Cafe, ideally situated so that you can take a moment to relax and admire the sweeping views across the Longshaw estate. After exploring you can choose to sit inside or outside with a hot or cold drink and why not treat yourself to a slice of homemade cake or sample a delicious option from our lunch menu. Be sure to look out for seasonal recipes and daily specials. If you get a bit chilly sitting outside you are more than welcome to borrow one of our cosy blankets. Should you have any dietary requirements please just ask one of our friendly team members for advice.
Our cafe is open daily, from 10.30am - 4pm, and from 16 February we are open 10am - 5pm, for the spring and summer. Dogs on leads are welcome in the outdoor seating areas but not inside the cafe itself - many thanks for understanding.
Treats to take home
Our retail outlet has lots of lovely items to choose from, including cosy blankets, a selection of books and treats and mounted prints by Martin Decent. You can also buy Longshaw trail maps with way-marked routes around the estate, as well as a wide range of Peak District walking maps and wildlife guides to help you find your way around.
The new welcome building in the main Woodcroft car park also has a range of gifts, cold drinks and snacks.
When visiting the Longshaw Cafe please ask our staff for a hot drinks loyalty card and everytime your enjoy a tea or coffee with us you can collect stamps along the way. Collect all nine stamps and receive your tenth hot drink on the house. You can also collect stamps when you visit the Manifold Tea-room and the Stableyard Grab and Go at Ilam Park.
When you enjoy a beverage or treat in any of our food and retail outlets you are helping to support the vital conservation work taking place at Longshaw, Burbage and the Eastern Moors, so that we can continue to look after these beautiful places for many years to come. We thank you for your support.