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As a group that uses the roads for training, pleasure, socialising we come across many cafes, bars, eateries etc. some of which are regular haunts for the club.

This page  is to give recomendations for destinations to head to or use as de-brief locations for a cuppa and a piece of cake, or even a social meeting.

The premises mentioned are all recommendations from members who have used them.

If you want any adding, let admin know and we'll put your favourites on here and give them some patronage!

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Middleton Tea Parlour

Middleton Tea Parlour is situated on the Main Street of the village (A170) a couple of miles to the west of Pickering.  

It is a lovely place which hides in plain sight, is still on operational Post Office and has both indoor and outdoor seating.

The garden at the front is like a mini Monet setting and makes an idyllic location for tea and scones.

Stacy and Dini are great, warm hosts and bake everything on site.

Recommends by E-YARD

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Wolds Way Cafe

Wolds Way Cafe is situated right in the middle of some of the best riding roads in the UK!  It makes a great starting point for ride out, finishing point, or stop over for a bite to each or debrief an associate.

Mick and Di who own the cafe have been great supporters of E-YARD, and due to the location and the size of their plot, the annual #ridethewolds event is held here.

Great food, good portions and friendly, welcoming staff make this a grade 1 place for club members to visit.

Recommends by  E-YARD

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Clayton's Corner

Situated 5 miles south of Brigg, in North Lincolnshire.  A pleasant ride from the north bank of the Humber over the Humber Bridge then through the north Lincolnshire Wolds, there are several excellent routes to get there. 

The cafe itself is popular with wlakers, cyclists and of course, motorcyclists.

A large car park and spacious court-yard  to dine al-fresco, set in a lovely location. 

Clayton's Corner have opened late evening in summer exclusively for our club.  Add to this an excellent menu of home baked food, from curry to pie and a choice of home baked cakes, Recommends by E-YARD


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One of the big hitters, reknowned nationally and nestled in the centre of the Yorkshire Wolds, whichever way you approach this cafe you're treated to great roads and brilliant views, whether from Beverley 15 miles south or Malton the same distance north.

You'll be welcomed by friendly staff working for Mike who now runs this family owned business.

Great place to meet before a ride out, stop for T&P on the way back from a ride or as a local destination for a spin out to meet your mates. Extensive menu, from cakes to pasties or full meals and sandwiches.

Recommends by E-YARD

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Perry's Garden Centre

Ice cream? Cake? Afternoon tea?

Perry's has the lot!

Sleights is a few miles south of Whitby, but more importantly it's a great destination after a ride over the North Yorkshire Moors, Grosmont, Goathland, Rosedale etc.

The cafe is idyllically situated on the banks of the River Esk.

Recommends by  E-YARD 

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Yorkshire Cycle Hub

Yorkshire Cycle Hub is actually a mountain bike adventure centre, but it happens to have a first rate cafe attached to it!

Accessed either from Blakey Ridge or Glaisdale along a couple of miles of minor roads.

The fayre is excellent for vegetarian or vegans, with an equally good choice for the omnivors.

Set on the side of a valley with superb views, and excellent roads to it, this comes as a high level Recommends by  E-YARD

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Beadlam Grange Tea Shop

Beadlam Grange Farm SHop and Tea Room offers ample parking and even more room for a sit down, debrief or simply a chat after riding the North Yorkshire Moors and Wolds.

Situated two mile to the west of  Helmsley and 5 miles east of Kirbymoorside on the A170 it is easy to get to and provides a quieter and more relaxed destination to either of the towns and avoids parking charges!

Home baked fayre which will leave you spoilt for choice.

Recommends by E-YARD 

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The Marne
(Beverley Golf Club)

The Marne Restaurant forms part of the Beverley and East Yorkshire Golf Club complex, the home of E-YARD where our monthly meeting take place.

Freshly cooked food, either bar style snacks or complete meals, and fantastic baguettes filled with anything from sweet chilli chicken to sausage and eggs!

E-YARD also run monthly rideouts from here, our famous Coddiwomples, which usually start with one of the said breakfast baguettes.

Accessed from Beverley Westwood - B1230

Recommends by E-YARD

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Coffee Cup Cafe

Very good food, home made cakes, fair prices.

Situated close to the aviation museum.

Ample parking, but it has a gravel surface.

It is situated approximately 13 miles north from the town of Boston, 2 miles south from the town of Spilsby, and on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with some great roads to get there from East Yorkshire.

Recommends by E-YARD

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