Places to eat in Yorkshire
Serving everything from hearty local fare to takeaway tea and coffee, there is a wide range of places to eat in Yorkshire. Try the Weaving Shed at Hardcastle Crags for hard-to-resist treats, enjoy seasonal bites at the Long Barn Café at Wentworth Castle Gardens, or grab everything you need for a picnic from the refreshment kiosk at Brimham Rocks.
Whether you're after an ice cream, a picnic or tea and cake, there are plenty of places to eat in Yorkshire.
Break up your adventures at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal with some tasty refreshments. Afterwards, look for the perfect gift or a treat for yourself in the National Trust shop and plant centre.
Visit the Courtyard Café with its range of seasonal treats, then head to the National Trust shop, where there’s a range of products inspired by the places we care for.
Choose from a range of tasty snacks and drinks at Beningbrough's two eateries, and find out where to refuel with your dogs. Stop off at the stables shop to find a range of gifts inspired by the places we care for.
Find out where to grab refreshments and shop for gifts and souvenirs during your visit to East Riddlesden Hall.
Head to the Weaving Shed Café for a choice of locally sourced treats, then pop into the second-hand bookshop to pick your next page turner.
Between 29 November and 8 December, the Long Barn Café, including the bookshop, will be closed for refurbishment. Find our pop-up café in the Conservatory Building during this time.
Enjoy a cup of coffee or a snack in the café downstairs at Treasurer’s House or grab a new read from the second-hand bookshelves. The café is open April - December in line with house opening times. Head around the corner the shop for a large range of National Trust goods including home ware, books and locally sourced food. The shop is open all year round.
Looking for some refreshment during your visit to Brimham Rocks? You can find a selection of food and drinks at the refreshment kiosk open Saturday and Sunday 10am - 4pm. Every bite of a sausage roll or crunch of an ice-cream cone helps to protect this special place.
Looking for some refreshments during your visit to Ormesby Hall? The café serves a wide range of drinks and snacks to eat in or take away. Afterwards, stop by the second-hand bookshop to pick up your next page turner.
Whatever the season, eating outdoors is one of life's great pleasures and Yorkshire has lots of prime spots for the perfect picnic.
Stop off with your picnic on the west green. With the 800-year-old ruins as your backdrop, it's the perfect place to relax, lay down the blanket and enjoy a family lunch break.
At Beningbrough Hall, you can shelter in the shade of the pear trees, find a quiet corner in the American garden or wander a little further towards the back of the hall. You can also pick up a ready-made picnic in the restaurant.
Take a walk to Nostell's menagerie garden and picnic on the lawn, or find open space and room for the kids to run around on the vista in front of the house.
Enjoy family games on the lawn at Nunnington Hall and then find a spot nearby to settle down for a bite to eat. Make sure you keep a look out for the flamboyant peacocks strutting around too.
There are acres of space to picnic at Wentworth Castle Gardens. Head up to the castle folly or relax on the avenues where there's plenty of places to find the perfect spot to relax and eat lunch.
The gardens at East Riddlesden Hall are a treat for the senses. Picnic on the lawns or head down to the lower fields and find a spot along the river Aire.
There are many beautiful seaside spots to stop and eat along the Yorkshire Coast. Enjoy a clifftop lunch at Ravenscar with views out to sea and across to Robin Hood's Bay.
The Pennyman Café at Ormesby Hall is currently open for takeaways, or bring your own picnic to enjoy on the lawn.