Find out what Cafe restaurants to try in Wolsingham including No 10 Cafe, Peggotty's, Bradley Burn Farm Shop and Cafe, The Pantry, Everyday Cafe, Knitsley Farm Shop Cafe and Granary Cafe, The Blue Stone Tea Shop, Greggs Tow Law, Number 40 Cafe, Durham Dales Centre Tea Room
3 based on 117 reviews
The Durham Dales Centre is situated in Stanhope, Weardale in the heart of the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). A unique venue with a range of attractions such as a tearoom offering homemade hot and cold meals, speciality coffees a
We fancied a trip out and a spot of lunch and the Durham Dales Tea Room, hit the spot. The car park and surroundings were full of pretty spring flowers. We did notice that parking is now restricted to a maximum of 4 hours, though that is really more than long enough. The tea room menu does appear to be more restrictive than it used to be but it is probably better to stick to a small selection of proven best sellers, than have a large selection of food which might not get used. As long as they have those delicious pies on the menu it suits me. As ever, the freshly made food was excellent. Light, crisp pastry and a deep filling of succulent, tender steak, creamy potatoes and 4 vegetables, plus gravy boat. All washed down with a nice pot of tea. We also bought a couple of scones to take home.It's a day out for us so providing standards don't slip, we'll keep coming back but we only go now and then. I can understand locals, who might want to get a reasonable lunch every day, without breaking the bank, would find the present menu very restrictive. Some of the centre's shops have changed and some units are empty. Whether this is due to a lack of trade or commercial expenses being too great, I do not know but it would be a pity to see the demise of this place.
4 based on 16 reviews
Nestled on the north platform of the Stanhope terminus for Weardale Railway, Number 40 at Stanhope Station is named after the impressive number 40 steam locomotive that has operated on the railway throughout the years. Keeping the heritage theme, Number 4
Delightful...charming setting and railway carriage tearoom with outstanding cake and homemade cornflake tart with local ice cream. Delicious, with the best pastry case this side of Mary Berry. Terrific value for money.Thank you for taking the time to write this excellent review. I am glad to hear that you have enjoyed your homemade cornflake tart and ice cream. We hope we see you again soon.
Just what we expected from Greggs, always reliable. We had intended to try another Tow Law cafe - but they were closed, so we were really pleased Greggs was there.
5 based on 40 reviews
Lovely. Clean. Friendly place...Freshly made ... Big portions..Lots on the menu... Cakes are Yummy..Go at least twice a month for a catch up with friends..
4 based on 561 reviews
A cosy and inviting Cafe/Restaurant adjacent to a wonderful farm shop, situated on a working farm along a private drive. Beautiful courtyard exterior with external dining in pleasant weather. Full waitress service by our warm and friendly staff. All food
You do need to book for Sunday lunch. They have 3 sittings, 12 noon, 13.30 and 15.00. The Sirloin beef was exceptional. Great choice of vegetables Yorkshire pudding and gravy. If you have room for a dessert then try the crumble. A very good experience. We had soup and a sandwich the previous day and that was also excellent. Highly recommend.
4 based on 100 reviews
A must stop for any biker. Good coffee in a great location which is located on a popular bike road which can take you to west towards Hartside and the lakes, or south west towards Middleton-In-Teasdale and Yorkshire. The owner is also an ex isle of man TT racer, who also runs a business which sets up motorbike suspension. This is motorbike setup is also recommended.
4 based on 23 reviews
The outside isn't very welcoming - in fact I thought at first it was closed! Really pleased I checked because the service the food and the prices were all excellent. We were a bit late leaving and the waitress was cleaning the tables - all very thorough, good to see. Full marks!
3 based on 28 reviews
Bradley Burn Farm Shop and Cafe is open throughout the year. Housed in a beautiful log cabin, tables on our terrace overlook the burn flowing past. Enjoy home cooked fayre beside the wood stove while the kids explore the enclosed play area just outside. F
Well I don't want it make too long but today my family and myself went there and the place is lovely. Nice location. The food is terrible my wife asked for some ham and cheese toast and the bread was the cheapest ever you can buy in a supermarket then they put three pieces of ham on each toast and that was almost four pounds. Can you believe it? then I asked for a lasagna and it was disgusting presentation. It looked like they basically threw a piece of s..t on the plate I say plate because they literally put it on the place round and not square and there was not layers whatsoever in was like glue in a plate. The service is awful, the young girls who work there should go with their mums back again. They literally clean only a small section of a whole table just to pretend that they were cleaning something, now there was a family previous to us there with children and as you expect the mess was noticeable. Please don't go to this place believe me unless they change the management and the cook and the people serving. Disgusting!Thanks for your feedback. We are carrying out a full investigation into all the issues raised. You chose two of our more popular dishes, so I'm sorry to hear you didn't enjoy them. We'll make sure that our high standards are maintained consistently.
4 based on 71 reviews
As we were staying in Wolsingham, we felt we should try the local cafes. This is by far the best. With a bakery attached, it really is a village experience. The display of scrumptious cakes, pies and bread is excellent. We tried the Cornish style pasties and returned to take some home! Lots of locals can be found there which is always an indication of quality. The coffee is good and competively priced. The service is very friendly. We spoke to the owner who gave us some good tips on local attractions. We will return for more pasties!!!
4 based on 186 reviews
Came with my wife and 15week old daughter for an early breakfast. We were greeted through the door and the staff immediately made sure we had space and my daughter was comfortable. We enjoyed a lovely sausage and egg sandwich, coffee and a scone with jam and cream and coffee. The food and coffee were perfect and the staff were lovely and made a real fuss of my daughter making sure we had everything she needed. I cannot recommend number 10 cafe enough for the food, service and family friendliness.
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