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D’Oyly’s Tearoom

D’Oyly’s Tearoom is in a superb location on a family-run mid-19th century farm in the picturesque village of Bolton Percy, close to both Tadcaster and York.

As soon as you arrive at the café you can tell they take real pride in providing you with some of the best home baking in Yorkshire and whether you arrive by foot, bike or car, the staff are always welcoming. The outside terrace is great for large groups of hungry cyclists in summer, and in winter the huge tearoom is perfect to take shelter from the cold.

What would have been the front room is now the pretty tearoom. All the food is homemade and traditionally baked in the farmhouse kitchen Aga. Tea is served in fine china and the coffee is served piping hot, just the way it should be.

The menu includes daily specials, soups, brunches, scones and toast, platters (some gluten free), sandwiches both hot and cold, and to end there is an amazing choice of homemade cakes. It is essential to book for larger groups.

Note: Cycles can be left safely in the farmyard area behind the gardens.

By Ann Fugler, Yorkshire editor

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Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, YO23 7AN

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  1. Barbara Gurney says:
    ChillyMet with my friends as it's handy for those living in Leeds Bradford and York and me just the other side of Tadcaster. I have been here a couple of times before and it was my recommendation for us to met here. However sorry to say it was a bit disappointing. It was lunchtime but very quiet and therefore lacked atmosphere, it was very cold in the tearoom too! The food was ok, ham Salad platter for me was just average salad wise although the Yorkshire ham was tasty as was the little home made scone. Not expensive and we had a great couple of hours catching up. Sorry but I was disappointed.

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