Elaines Tea Rooms
Elaines Tearoom | Feizor
Run by Elaine Knowles, this farmhouse tea room, is situated in the heart of the dales, and is the perfect place for cyclists & walkers to take a break and sample delicious home cooked food, and refreshing beverages including speciality tea’s, coffee’s, and juices. Whether you travel by car, cycle or walk to Feizor on one of the many footpaths that meet there, Elaine's is a must to visit and is excellent value for money.
How to get there
Travelling towards Settle on the A65, where the road swings sharp right, take the narrow lane straight ahead, signed Feizor 3/4mile. At the small triangle go left along the road marked cul-de-sac, into Feizor. Home Barn is in the centre of the hamlet on the left.
From Settle, cross the river into Giggleswick and climb up the quiet road, until at the top of the hill a narrow road signed Feizor goes off right. This leads to the triangle. Here turn right on the road marked cul-de-sac.
Light meals & snacks:
Various sandwiches, toasties, panninis. Hot filled baguettes, burgers & baps. Jacket potatoes. Soup. Salads.
Full English Breakfast (served until midday). Whitby Scampi. Sausage Egg & Chips. Tuna & Mozzarella Fishcakes. Potted Shrimps on Toast or Crumpets.
Various daily specials including Chicken & Vegetable Pie, Meat & Potato Pie, Giant Yorkshire pudding with beef etc, Lasagne & Gammon (this is a huge plateful!!). Delicious roast dinners on Sunday.
NB - the specials available vary from day to day.
Puddings: (all homemade)
Fruit pies, fruit crumbles served with either cream, ice cream or custard. Lemon meringue pie, trifle, egg custard. Speciality ice creams.
Cakes: (all homemade)
Various including coffee, lemon, chocolate & tray bakes. Scones. Teacakes.
Tea (including speciality teas). Coffee - latte, cappuccino etc. Wide range of juices & soft drinks.
“Great spot, great tea room”
Stopped here about 10.30 before six of us starting out for a walk. Accomodating and friendly staff who, although very busy, were in good humour. Teas and food came quite quickly and we're very tasty. Prices good as well. £28 - tea and sausage / bacon / egg bars. Will be returning...
“Tea Room Delight”
We have been going to Elaines tea room almost since the day it opened its doors. We have told dozens of people about it, and those who go are always impressed. Wonderful proper home made food, whether a cake or sit down meal, it is superb. A bit off the beaten track, but we walk there from different directions, so...
“Lunch with family”
Called here today for lunch I really cannot believe I am giving this place such a bad review after coming her for years right back to when it was a little tea room at the front when we used to stay at the bed and breakfast across the way scar close farm, firstly we ordered the young girl who took...
Absolute gem beautiful food but also beautiful setting and beautiful waitress to boot.a must try if you are around this area...
“Best Cafe for miles and miles”
Basically you will not find a better Cafe and we use a lot of different ones in our Travels. We have been coming here for over 8 years regulary and never been disappointed. Super friendly staff and very homely, they make you feel at home. Also the food is superb. Get yourself there, but save room for us...
Called in, in the middle of a walk for some light refreshment. No problem with mucky boots or a table for six, menus quickly produced and orders taken promptly. Baguettes were very well filled, chip portions were huge, drinks hot, service was quick and friendly and the price very good. Will always call in when walking in this lovely area...
“A hidden gem. ”
I wouldn't have known that this tea room existed had I not been told about it by a friend. The tea room is on a narrow road with passing places, off the A6 Between Settle & Austwick. It's very popular with hikers as there are some good walks around there. There is a good menu & the puddings & cakes...
While walking locally we where plesently surprised to find this good cafe in the tiny hamlet of Feizor. Broad menu, nice friendly service, solid home cooking with huge portions. Our table was a little sticky but beyond that a welcome break from our walk...
“Walkers most welcome”
I passed through Fezior 1 year ago on the Pennine Journey and sadly missed this place as I didn't spot it. This year walking The Dales High Way I literally walked straight to it on a very wet day and I'm so glad I found it. Great prices, great food and the staff were most welcoming. There can't be greater...
“Good home cooked food”
We stopped here for an early lunch on a circular walk from Austwick. The cafe was busy but not full and we found a table outside with beautiful views of the Dales landscape. We ordered inside but staff do come to the tables to take orders. Our hot drinks arrived quickly and our hot food was not long behind. We...