Tearooms Holmfirth

Traditional cafe and tearooms in the heart of Holmfirth

If you're visiting Holmfirth, don't miss out on the chance to visit an authentic Yorkshire cafe and tearoom! The Corn Loft House tearooms offer a great selection of teas, coffees and delicious hot and cold meals and light bites in a friendly, relaxed setting.

We open around 10am when we serve a selection of filling cooked breakfasts prepared to your liking. Our full English breakfasts are available with all the trimmings and vegetarian alternatives are also available.

A choice of freshly made homemade cakes is available at the cafe. We find these sweet treats are perfectly complimented by a hot drink. Many of our customers opt for a good honest cup of Yorkshire tea, though we also offer Earl Grey, Redbush and many more. Our speciality coffees are made to order by your friendly baristas!

We have two spacious, comfortable dining rooms, each packed with trinkets and curiosities, including our varied collection of pottery, plates and teapots. From the willow pattern tableware to the potted plants and windowboxes that surround the property, we're every inch the traditional tearoom.

We've added a few modern conveniences, however, which we think our diners will appreciate. Free Wi-Fi is available for everyone, so you'll be able to get in touch with your Facebook friends and let them know what a great time you're having here in Holmfirth!

We're pleased to say we're a dog friendly cafe, so your four legged friends are very welcome to accompany you to recuperate after a long walk.

During the milder months, many of our guests take advantage of our two outdoor seating areas for an al fresco dining experience. A smoking facility is available at the back of the property. We're open every day (expect Wednesdays) from 10am to around 4pm, though we may stay open later in summer.

If you're planning a trip to Holmfirth, make sure you stop by at the Victorian Tea Rooms at Corn Loft House. We hope to see you here soon!

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