Visit the Tearooms
Closed for Covid 19
February half term to Mothering Sunday:
(we do advise to call throughout this early season, bad weather can effect us especially snow)
Mothering Sunday through to November, Peak Season:
In October our hours decrease back to 10.00am-4.00pm and drops off depending on the weather, please call for advice.
As a family business, unfortunately we unexpectedly need to close on very rare occasions, we do apologise if this happens but it is only last resort.
We are members of deliciously Yorkshire.
We really appreciate walking parties giving us advance notice of your visit, we have walkers parking at the bottom of the car park, also a honesty box for parking. We are happy for approximate numbers and timings as we understand weather can alter plans and numbers.
No picnics are allowed in the Tearooms, garden or the car park, however they are allowed at the Abbey.
The Tearooms is all ground level with three large unisex toilets, two are disabled fitted. Baby changing facilities available.
No pets are allowed, although guide and assistant dogs are allowed within the Tearooms. We do have a courtyard where dogs are allowed, but please always keep on a lead.
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.
Unisex / disabled toilets available in the tearooms