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Yew Tree Farm

Yew Tree Farm

 
 

    Tea/Coffee Shop, free entry

    Details

    In 1933 during hard economic times, Beatrix Potter helped the Tenants of Yew Tree Farm set up a tea room by furnishing the 'parlour' of the house with furniture from her own collection. Walkers and cyclists are welcome for tea, coffee and a selection of light refreshments. Parking is only available for people with disabilities and pre-arranged groups. The tearoom is ideally situated to be used for a circular walk.

    Enjoy as part of the Drive Less, See More Challenge Week

    Speciality: Home-made soups and cakes.

    For further details see www.yewtree-farm.com

    Disabled toiletsFacilities for groupsNational Trust PropertyOn-site cateringOn-site light refreshmentsPicnic sitePublic toiletsRegional Tourist Board Member

    Children welcomeDogs acceptedSmoking not allowed

    Groups by arrangement.

    Opening details

    Open 11:00 - 16:00 everyday in most school holidays. The rest of the year we are open at weekends only from 11:00 until 16:00.

    Prices

    Free entry

    Facilities

    • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets
    • Facilities for groupsFacilities for groups
    • National Trust PropertyNational Trust Property
    • On-site cateringOn-site catering
    • On-site light refreshmentsOn-site light refreshments
    • Picnic sitePicnic site
    • Public toiletsPublic toilets
    • Regional Tourist Board MemberRegional Tourist Board Member
    • Children welcomeChildren welcome
    • Dogs acceptedDogs accepted
    • Smoking not allowedSmoking not allowed

    Groups by arrangement.

    Location

    Directions

    Plan route to Yew Tree Farm using TransportDirect.infoPlan route using TransportDirect.info

    Map reference: SD 319998  Lat: 54.38988 Long: -3.04967

    Set back from A593 two miles from Coniston and five miles from Ambleside. This is a walkers/cyclists tea room with no parking on site. Parking available at Glen Mary car park, Shepherd's Bridge, Tarn Hows or Coniston and then walk.