The Burdon family extends warm welcome to Jervaulx Abbey & Tearoom in North Yorkshire.
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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 by its private owners.
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. Our Tearooms, run by the same family, is full of Local sourced and Homemade Delights.
Jervaulx Abbey, is open all year round, dawn till dusk.
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.
Jervaulx Abbey Tearoom,
01677 460391 (daytime)
01677 460226 (after 6pm)
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.
from Saturday 15th of February we will be opening the Tearooms for our 26th year! 10-4 until Mothering Sunday, from then 10-4.30. Our lunch menu 11am-3pm and our fresh homemade treats, scones and cakes, available all day. Please call in bad weather, this can have a bad effect on us due to our location.
2019. Jervaulx in Lights. We are delighted to annouce we will be supporting the Yorkshire air ambulance this year, we raised over £3,500. With huge thanks to Countryside Events for providing the lighting, Simon Winstanleys for their generators, Swine Dining will be providing hot food, The Log Company for providing their log burners and all the performers.
from the end of May until end of august, we will have hundreds of ceramic flowers on display within the abbey grounds, to raise money and awareness of the amazing work Herriot Hospce Homecare provides. The flowers are available to but from the Tearooms, more details to come.
sunday July 12th 2020, see Herriot hospice website for all details
after a huge success in 2019, we are pleased to say this event will be returning.
"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