Visit the Tearooms

The Tearooms is CLOSED for the foreseeable future

Currently, throughout July we are doing a local delivery service on a Friday and a collection over a weekend 10am-11am, see our menu


As a family we have had many conversations about the future of the Tearooms and with the current pandemic and taking into consideration that we live on site, we have decided to remain closed.

We are concentrating on our Celebration Cake and Award Winning Wedding Cake business Where The Ribbon Ends 

From Birthday and other celebration cakes to our range on postable boxes.  Our Treat boxes are filled with 6 pieces of delicious cakes and tray bakes, each week we change the menu to keep the flavours interesting!

Special Occasion Boxes are a beautiful gift, not only looking but tasting!  Personalised with hand painted messages, see our online shop for the full range.


 We are members of deliciously Yorkshire.



No picnics are allowed in the Tearooms, garden or the car park.


Jervaulx Abbey Tearooms is 25!

We are so proud to have released our very own recipe book ‘in their footsteps’ to celebrate our 25th year of opening the Tearooms.  The Burdon family opened the doors May 9th 1994, home baking at the heart of our business, so we got together some of our favourite recipes.  Available at the Tearooms, a perfect pick up gift or memorabilia from your visit.


Visitors centre and scale model:

Situated in the tearoom and visitor centre is a  incredible scale model of Jervaulx abbey by Derek Shaw who is a retired marine engineer and lives on the outskirts of Darlington. Also, there are information boards designed by Anna Burdon to help our visitor to understand the layout and workings of Jervaulx abbey, along with a guide book will help you to enjoy your visit to this magnificent site.


Disabled sign Unisex / disabled toilets available in the tearooms