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Thread: Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in Yorkshire & Humberside

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    Quote Originally Posted by YANYOU View Post
    Dunnys cafe Otley
    Bridge street Otley
    There is only 1 bridge over the river in the town, find the bridge you find the cafe. This is a real old type greasy spoon. Tea 30p chipbutty £1 full breakfast less than £4
    Allways a few intresting locals or bikers there to chew the fat with.
    That will be my old man on his scooter early doors.

    Cracking cafe and cracking value

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    Wensleydale Cafe and Creamery Hawes

    My biking brother put me onto this one two years ago, in Hawes, very nice food, friendly and a wide selection of cheeses to snaffle at home.
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    If your over in Bridlington try the Harbour view dinner, next to busy bees chippy. Biker friendly, Good meals with a free top up coffee/tea. You can leave your helmet there while you have a walk round the harbour shops.
    Run by a biker family who also have a B+B in the town.

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    fimber cafe, is a good one its just down the hill from seaways, turn right at the roundabout and the entrance is into some woods just on your right, good little timber built cafe in a wood with picnic benches squirrels and finches,
    popular biker cafe.

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    I stopped here today..................excellent

    http://www.dalesbikecentre.co.uk/index.php/




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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    I stopped here today..................excellent

    http://www.dalesbikecentre.co.uk/index.php/




    They said the same in Mountain Bike Rider magazine, but I keep forgetting to call in - the lure of a Brymore ice cream in the Reeth ice cream parlour is always too tempting
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    Quote Originally Posted by sven View Post
    They said the same in Mountain Bike Rider magazine, but I keep forgetting to call in - the lure of a Brymore ice cream in the Reeth ice cream parlour is always too tempting
    Try it, I kept passing it but glad I stopped this time

    You could incorporate Brymor proper later in the afternoon for a double treat day
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    For info the cafe in the car park at the north end of the Humber Bridge - Mrs B's Woodland Cafe - has now closed. Premises completely stripped out so will not be reopening anytime soon.

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    free

    the rest and be thankful cafe
    swinton road
    mexbrough
    pick your own brekky and as many free top ups of tea and coffee as you like

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    The Sundial, Low Bentham (6 miles from Devils Bridge...)

    A great cafe/pub/snug. Alex is a welcoming host and her cooking is simple, healthy and very tasty. Log fire, local produce, great coffee and guest beers on tap. What more could you ask? Ok, great roads.... Of which there are PLENTY in the area.

    Try it, you won't be disappointed. In Low Bentham on the road to Burton.


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    Quote Originally Posted by geotim View Post
    A great cafe/pub/snug. Alex is a welcoming host and her cooking is simple, healthy and very tasty. Log fire, local produce, great coffee and guest beers on tap. What more could you ask? Ok, great roads.... Of which there are PLENTY in the area.

    Try it, you won't be disappointed. In Low Bentham on the road to Burton.

    Post code for satnav is LA2 7DS

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    sun dial

    Quote Originally Posted by geotim View Post
    Post code for satnav is LA2 7DS
    the sun dial is one of my local pubs, and yes it is quite a nice little place,
    it's biggest problem is the lack of any parking.
    a few hundred yards down the road is the punch bowl, tosser sized portions of home cooked food, propper chips. has a nice beer garden, and loads of parking beside the river.
    fester the landlord (youll see why they call him fester) likes a bit of banter aswell.
    and as you say, the area has some great riding.

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    Berry's Farm cafe at Swinithwaite between Aysgarth and Leyburn
    http://www.berrysfarmshop.com/

    Plenty of parking, ample room in the cafe for wet gear and warm.

    Stopped for a very nice soup and sandwich a few months back so dropped in for lunch yesterday.
    Although I wasn't actually impressed with my turkey meal (dry meat and almost raw veg), I would return as I had enjoyed my previous visit & they do a good variety of cakes which I am yet to sample

    Also did the walk from the cafe down to the River Ure. Yesterday was very muddy and boggy but it would be a good day out in better weather
    http://www.berrysfarmshop.com/images...eadow_walk.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elle View Post
    Berry's Farm cafe at Swinithwaite between Aysgarth and Leyburn
    http://www.berrysfarmshop.com/

    Plenty of parking, ample room in the cafe for wet gear and warm.

    Stopped for a very nice soup and sandwich a few months back so dropped in for lunch yesterday.
    +1 for this place - and thanks Elle! I also stopped for soup and a roll at some point last spring and had completely forgotten the name of the place - every time I see a new post on this thread I think "I must mention that place I stopped at up past Buckden, now what was it called...?" I particularly remember how warm it was inside coz it was a 'mite chilly and damp' even by Dales standards!

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    Barneys on the A18,come off the M180 at Junction 6,and take the A18 towards Humberside Airport,open 7 days a week,its a transport cafe,usually plenty of bikes there on a weekend from Harleys to Fireplaces,good service,excellent sandwichs,and seating inside and out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilko View Post
    Very good cafe/bakery in Hovingham village mid way between Malton and Helmsley, next to the ford.

    Gave this a go today . Top dollar (cheese and ham scone feast )really good, not cheap but worth it.If ya need or want cheaper you can use bakery as takeout gets my vote
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