Situated in the picturesque village of Rosedale Abbey and surrounded by the rolling hills of
the North York Moors, the Abbey Tearoom & Store offers the weary traveller a very pleasant place to relax.
Open throughout the year, the Abbey Tearoom & Store can provide some excellent fare (all
freshly-produced on the premises) and very friendly service.
Catering mainly for the 'walkers' and 'visitors' that frequent this area, the Abbey Tearoom &
Store offers a vast selection of cakes, pastries and freshly-prepared sandwiches or snacks - all at very reasonable prices.
|The 'Royal' Couple
"Liz & Phil Come To Rosedale"
On the 3rd, 4th and 5th of June the Tearoom will be host to a very important couple as they make their around
the countryside on their 'Jubilee' trip. So if you fancy having your photograph taken in the company of two very illustrious
people then head over to the Tearoom on any of these dates and sit yourself down between them - the 'union-jack' cushion marks
We (and 'Liz & Phil') will look forward to seeing you and can assure you of our best attentions throughout
On Saturday the 1st May 2010 our new 'Tea
Garden' was officially declared open . It is situated on the land behind what used to be the 'Bike
Shed' and will enable you to partake of our fare whilst sat alongside the gentle 'babbling brook'
.. or 'beck' if you wish to be correct about it.
The 'Tea Garden' will have seating for around 38
customers and should enable everybody to enjoy a quiet, restful break whilst sipping their tea and nibbling their scones.
So if you fancy a seat by the beck then you know where to come .. we look forward
to seeing you.
"Farewell old pal ... when I used to work weekends in the
Tearoom one of the highlights of my day was taking Jess for a walk (before 'opening' and after 'closing') and whilst our pace
slowed considerably over the years, at least we always managed to get to the top of the hill and back without too much suffering.
I will mourn his passing but remember him fondly .. at least I will get to eat my breakfast-bars to myself now without having
to break them in half and give him his share ... wait for me at the gate and we will go again
one day." - John
It is with heavy hearts that we have to inform you that old Jess
has taken his last walk along the lanes of Rosedale. Sadly Jess had to be put down, so no longer will his
face be poking through the top bars of the garden-gate whilst you are trying to enjoy your tea & scones in peace.
We all miss him (some of us more than we would care to admit)
and we are sure there will be those of you who will feel the same.
Take care Jess .. safe journey ...