The Burdon family extends warm welcome to Jervaulx Abbey & Tearoom in North Yorkshire.
Plundered and pillaged during the Dissolution of the Monasteries in the 16th century, the Abbey now stands as an enchanting, charming and atmospheric ruin.
Allowed to flourish with wild flowers, shrubs and Trees freely exploring its many nooks and crannies. As a family run ancient monument we wanted to stand proud and keep the peace and tranquility that the Abbey would have always stood for.
Set in the midst of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, Jervaulx Abbey’s dramatic, yet tranquil ambience has won the hearts of many of its visitors. We opened the Tearooms in 1994, run by the same family, we prided ourselves on Local sourced and Homemade Delights, see our Menu Page. Winning a number of different awards for our baking, we started Where the Ribbon Ends, a celebration and wedding cake business in 2015, we also have a online shop with postable treat boxes.. For up to date information on Opening hours and service please visit our Tearooms Visit Us page.
Jervaulx Abbey, is open all year round, dawn till dusk. Kept open and maintained purely on the entrance contributions of our visitors, we receive zero funding from English heritage or National Trust or any other governing body to keep the abbey open day to day. We have a restoration page to read about the phases of work completed over the years. You are able to make a contribution on our Donation Page
Playing host to civil ceremonies, wedding receptions, charity events and plays, as well as being used as a film and photo shoot location, it is also part of the Turner Trail.
We can host many different Events from Weddings to Charity Days, Car Rallies to Group Guided Tours, see below and keep up to date with any news and featured days.
The ruins have a atmosphere like nowhere I've been before
Caroline from York
Nature has decorated these walls so beautifully, preserved & natural
David from County Durham
Fabulous service & amazing choice of homemade goodies!
Rachel from Dundee
My minds own playground, history & beauty here stands proud
Richard from Scotland
Cake cake cake!!! So much cake! My heaven on earth
Sara from Leeds