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    Pateley Bridge, Teacups Tearooms

    Its just on the left opposite the Royal Oak as you head up Greenhow Fantastic food lovely folk a proper mug of tea and its cheap and there is lots of room to park the bike its a hidden gem.

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    PuddleDucks Tea Room

    Stopped off here a few weeks ago nice little place.

    http://www.puddleduckscafe.co.uk/
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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
    Resurrecting an old post, but I’ve now been to the cafe at the Dales Bike Centre quite a few times and the sandwiches, cakes and coffee are excellent

    I’ve also solved the Brymor ice cream issue by buying on at the dairy near Jervaulx or at the Hawes Creamery on he way home

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    Quote Originally Posted by coyotedave View Post
    At the carding shed Hepworth, near Jackson bridge, Holmfirth.

    Not just a cafe, There is a small museum of cars and bikes.

    A few shops and brick a back stalls. It's all set in a 50s theme. Nice cafe, good choice of home made cakes and meals to choose from.

    The best bit is that it's free to wander round.



    Cheers Dave.
    It has just re-opened in new (old) premises. Way better for seeing the craftsmen working on vehicles and more to see. Cafe up to its usual high standards too.

    The first caff in this thread has moved to new premises. Far better for any petrolhead as you can now see 6 or 7 craftsmen tinkering/fixing/restoring a variety of cars. Well worth a trip out.
    (Now 1 mile from Holmfirth)

    Interesting mix in the car park.






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    Can't think of many workshops where they'd be working on an Audi TT, A 1980s Volvo 240 and a 1973 BMW 3.0 Csi.







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    Didn't know it had closed....You was very privileged, they tend to tell you to leave the workshop! and the food is very expensive for what it is....plus....you may have to wait at least a half hour for it on a weekend.
    After saying that, it's well worth a visit if you haven't been.
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    Erm, not sure we are on about the same place here....I had a full breakfast with a pot of tea (3 cups) and 3 slices of toast, she had small break breakfast with toast and coffee. It came to £14. I certainly didn't feel ripped off at £6 and £8 for a good breakfast.

    The workshop has glazed panels on its wall so you can stand and watch them working on stuff. One of the lads came out and slide the door open, I asked if I could take a 'glass-less' pic of the garage, he was fine with it (I didn't need to go into the workshop and to be honest wouldn't have been surprised if I'd been shouted at if I had wandered in to a working garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey B View Post
    Erm, not sure we are on about the same place here....I had a full breakfast with a pot of tea (3 cups) and 3 slices of toast, she had small break breakfast with toast and coffee. It came to £14. I certainly didn't feel ripped off at £6 and £8 for a good breakfast.

    The workshop has glazed panels on its wall so you can stand and watch them working on stuff. One of the lads came out and slide the door open, I asked if I could take a 'glass-less' pic of the garage, he was fine with it (I didn't need to go into the workshop and to be honest wouldn't have been surprised if I'd been shouted at if I had wandered in to a working garage.
    Was in there Sunday afternoon; we went to the old place first because I didn't know they had moved. The new place is huge, and you now eat in the cafe away from the cars. It still looks like work in progress to be honest, but considering how quickly they've got it up and running again; it's very good. Over £11 for 2 coffees, and 2 pieces of home made cake; but to be fair, it was very nice.

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    Well Davey if 8 quid for a breakfast and pot of tea or £6 for a small one is what you would call reasonable and you didn't feel "ripped off", then good for you mate, more power to your elbow....Maybe you should try the cake and coffee at only £11
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    whats the new address ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacal View Post
    Well Davey if 8 quid for a breakfast and pot of tea or £6 for a small one is what you would call reasonable and you didn't feel "ripped off", then good for you mate, more power to your elbow....Maybe you should try the cake and coffee at only £11

    I could get a cheaper breakfast on Bolling Back Lane or a Keighley Industrial Estate but I'd miss out on a free mini museum and general nice ambiance.

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    Agreed Davey and that's why I said it was "well worth a visit if you haven't been". Aa for cafes in "Boiling Back Lane" and "Keighley Industrial Estate" I couldn't comment as you seem to have far more experience than me.
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    Mrs B's Cafe - Pocklington Ind Estate.
    Google Map N53.92316° W0.79932°
    Spotlessly clean, great fried breakfast, good price
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