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“Unique venue!”

Beadlam Grange Farmshop and Tearoom
Ranked #8 of 37 Restaurants in Helmsley
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $7 - $14
Cuisines: British
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Dining options: Breakfast, Lunch, Reservations
Description: The Granary Tearoom The Old Granary is full of charm and character with its original oak beams and small latted windows and is a delightful place to meet up with friends and enjoy traditional farmhouse fayre. It is extremely comfortable and warm (a bitterly cold day in December at the time of writing!). All the hot water and heating in the Farmshop & Tearoom is supplied from a very efficient woodchip burner which is Mark's pride and joy!!We serve freshly brewed Yorkshire Tea and Coopers Coffee together with home baked scones, cakes and pastries, farmhouse breakfasts, cooked lunches and afternoon teas with "Specials" on the menu every day. All meals are cooked fresh to order and the ingredients may be purchased in the Farmshop!On Sundays we serve a traditional Sunday lunch of Roast Beef & Yorkshire Pudding and booking is advisable. The Farmshop & Tearoom is licensed and we offer an excellent selection of wines and beers etc. For customers unable to negotiate the stairsthere are two tables in the Farmshop with waitress service.Meals can be taken at the picnic tables in the covered foldyard next to the Childrens' Play Area and during the summer months we have tables and chairs outside in the sunshine!Farm Shop Customers can enjoy a "Unique Farm Shopping Experience" in lovely surroundings and purchase fresh farm produce "a complete meal" and enjoy tea and coffee and farmhouse baking in our traditional Granary Tearoom. We provide ample freeparking, toilets and disabled access.Pride of place in the Farmshop is our fresh meat counter with our own resident Butcher who can offer you advice about particular cuts of meat and cooking instructions! The counter is full of our home grown beef together with lamb, pork, local free range poultry, game, sausages, burgers, "Jenny's Wellies", Mark's Tractor Wheels, Chicken parcels, Yorkshire bacon, gammon and so much more!!Fresh fruit and vegetables are delivered daily and to compliment the fresh, seasonal produce we have freezers full of a great selection of loose fruit and vegetables which are all prepared ready to go straight into the oven. We also sell "Cooks" Frozen Ready Meals which are very popular with our customers. They are excellent quality and very good value. We have two Cooks's Freezers full of savoury meals in both one and twoportions and also puddings, roulades and cheesecakes for special occasions. A fifth freezer is bursting with our own homemade fruit and savory pies, gravies, baking and Brymor Ice Cream made with milk from their herd of Jersey cows at Jervaulx, Masham.Our Deli Counter offers a wide selection of Yorkshire cheeses including Yorkshire Blue, Jervaulx Blue, Cotherstone, Smoked Applewood, numerous varieties from Wensleydale Creameries, Mature Cheddar from Botton Village to name but a few! Alongside the cheese we have home cooked meats, pates, port and game pies, quiches, pastries and salads all prepared in our own kitchen upstairs.To complete the shop there is dairy produce, fresh bread and cakes from Norton Bakery, Yoadwath Mill smoked fish, pickles and preserves from award winning Bracken Hill Preserves based at Elvington, York, local honey, Bothams biscuits, YorkshireTea and Coopers Coffee and much, much more .........."Fridays are Fish Days" at the Farmshop & Tearoom. Mick Burns brings fresh fish from Grimsby and sells this from his van from 9.30 a.m. until approx. 2.00 p.m.
Reviewed July 24, 2013

Been coming here for quite a few years usually for Brunch when we have visitors, never been let down! Decided to take my friend for Sunday Lunch. Always advisable to book as very popular especially as 2 sittings 12 or 1.30pm. Was a little dissapointed to only get the Sunday Lunch Menu which was quite limited (unlike the normal one)The roast was lamb or beef and we had one of each which came out in seconds. Was quite basic roasties on plate with meat gravy and yorkshire with side dishes of carrots, cabbage and new potatoes. However was excellently cooked and tasted delicious - 2 clean plates. If nit picking could fault the cabbage as sitting in water but otherwise beautifully served and presented. Mint sauce, mustard and yorkshire salad also came without asking. Good portion size and too full to be tempted by the sweet menu or apetising cakes on display. Had a tea each which came in a pot with enough hot water for about 4 full cups and no one minded that we lingered over this whilst having a goodly natter!
What really makes this venu special is that it is a barn conversion and the charming little restaurant is upstairs and has been very well renovated with an open ceiling showing all the beams etc very unique and slightly unexpected. The staff are also caring and work extremely hard.
The farm shop is a delight and the new addition of the chocolate shop adds something a little special! There is also a craft shop and we spent a pleasant half hour mouching round.
Good to see the cafe has extended and put tables outside which were also full!
In all a delightful venue giving an overall enjoyable experience all round.
NB be warned it is not open on a Monday but has ample off road parking.

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1  Thank Karenhix
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Reviewed July 16, 2013 via mobile

Visited here for breakfast and was very impressed with the food and service. Owner very inviting and friendly.

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Thank Vicki B
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Reviewed July 9, 2013

This place seems to get very good reviews, so I guess they were having an off day when we visited for lunch on a fairly quiet Tuesday. We were found a seat and our order was taken reasonably quickly - but after that it all went downhill. After waiting about 45 minutes for our food, and seeing later arrivals already served, I went to the counter and asked one of the waitresses what had happened to our order. She came back and said that it would only be a few minutes. Only after I had asked what the problem was did she admit that the kitchen had overlooked our order. To make it worse, when it finally arrived, one of the dishes (a quiche) was different to the quiche we had ordered.
I know things can go wrong in a kitchen but I was not impressed by the fact that the staff had seen us sitting there obviously waiting too long for our food and had not done anything about it. When I told them I was not happy as I paid, they apologised but looked as if they weren't able to do anything about the bad experience - such as offer to take something off the bill.
It's a shame, because I'm sure the reviewers that praise this restaurant have had a good time but the staff obviously don't know how to cope when something goes wrong.

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2  Thank Lord_Tom
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Reviewed May 27, 2013

I have been to the farm shop / cafe before and visited this time mid week for lunch. The cafe was busy with a good atmosphere, but the staff and service were excellent. 2 of us had the all day brunch and the other member of our party had the Welsh rarebit. All of the meals were fantastic with good portions and quality ingredients and the deserts / cakes were georgeous. You can tell they are all home made and are excellent quality. The prices are very reasonable and I will definately be returning very soon. I would recommend booking - especially as the weather improves and on Sundays as I am told it gets very busy. The staff in the shop are equally excellent - friendly and helpful. I would highly recommend a visit and it is suitable for families or couples. Very impressed - again!

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Thank chickenrescue
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Reviewed May 20, 2013

What a great place to visit and then to find a wonderful cafe upstairs. The food is fantastic had Marks farmhouse lunch, so many lovely things on one plate. There is a list on the table showing where the food comes from and you can buy most of it in the farm shop downstairs. All the staff are really helpful and chatty, but it's only a small cafe so be prepared to wait for a table at busy times, it's worth the wait.

Thank Sharon L
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