Café & Pubs near Walking Routes 

These are the cafés and pubs that I have used whilst out walking, or are worth the extra mile or two to go and visit.

Right on the Cleveland Way in the centre of the North York Moors village of Osmotherley. This is a must to visit. Great food, no I mean really good - 90% is made on the premises, they even hot smoke their own meats. Friendly staff. Directly opposite the war memorial.

As the name suggests it is very much as Cyclist café, however, not too far from the Cleveland Hills. Definitely worth a quick detour to, after a walk. Excellent coffee, a good choice of cakes and savouries. Plus always a very warm welcome. The 'Log Burner' a definite plus in the winter. Parking at the rear.

Upstairs, Downstairs - Thirsk

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Dales Bike Centre, Reeth

Not just for cyclists

Abbey Tea Rooms, Rosedale

A wonderful little café and store in the centre of the village on the Green, opposite the Church,

Dale Head Farm Café, Rosedale

A small family run tea rooms, literally on the farm. Only open during the summer months, well worth catching it open. Uninterrupted views across and down the valley. Definitely home made food.  

Graze on the Green Café, Rosedale

Another wonderful little café, how can there be such good cafés in such a small village

Wensleydale Creamery, Hawes

A café within the Creamery, really good value for money and a good choice of food.

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