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Food & Drink

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Where to eat and drink? There’s even more to enjoy at Harewood, as you’ll discover when you taste the delights of the Courtyard Cafe, Afternoon Tea from the Terrace Tearooms, a Hot Chocolate from the Horsebox Cafe or even a delicious Yorkshire Dales Ice-Cream. Or you could try a delicious cake from the Newly opened Bothy Teahouse at the Walled Garden.  

Courtyard Café

Discover the delights of the Courtyard Café for homemade hot meals, salads, sandwiches and cake. All food & drink is served as Grab & Go whilst we are in tier 3.

Open 10am-5.30pm

Terrace Tearooms Grab & Go 

For lighter bites, cream teas and cake, why not try the Terrace Tearooms located in the House

Afternoon Tea Gift Vouchers are also available.

Open 11am-6pm

Horsebox Café

Enjoy a creamy hot chocolate or indulge in a freshly baked cake, and why not add a chilled prosecco too from our  Horsebox Café.

The Horsebox also serves a selection of freshly ground coffees, alongside homemade cakes and snacks.

Bothy Teahouse

The Bothy Cafe is located just outside the Walled Garden. Serving hot drinks, paninis, cakes and ice cream.

Yorkshire Dales Ice-Cream Kiosk

Enjoy a locally produced ice-cream from the Kiosk, located near to the playground.

Organic produce from our own Walled Garden, including rhubarb, strawberries, herbs and salads are used throughout the catering offers at Harewood.  Please ask for details.

Our Catering Partner – Harewood Food & Drink Project

Food is synonymous with Harewood House, a place where a fully working Walled Garden has provided fresh produce to the local community and further afield for hundreds of years, including during two wartimes.

The new caterer in the Courtyard Café and on the Terrace of the House is the Harewood Food & Drink Project, has been gaining a strong and positive reputation for their work since 2016. Established to promote, showcase and celebrate the heritage of food and drink production in and around Harewood, they focus on using seasonal produce grown, reared and foraged on the estate, alongside working with local suppliers.