There’s even more to enjoy at Harewood, as you’ll discover when you taste the delights of The Courtyard Cafe, The Terrace Tearooms or the newest addition the Fish & Chip shop. Not only is the food sumptuous and the drinks refreshing, you’ll also be able to sit back and admire the grounds.
If you’re wondering where to eat when you visit Harewood, you’ll be delighted with the choices on offer...
Whether joining us for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea, The Courtyard Cafe is sure to have something to tempt the taste buds, which you’ll discover as soon as you browse our ever changing menu featuring dishes made freshly by our chefs using ingredients grown in our own Walled Garden.
With something for everyone, there is also an excellent children’s menu as well as delicious vegetarian options for you to enjoy. Come and join us for a great fresh coffee, a glass of wine or slice of homemade cake.
The Courtyard Cafe can be found just below the Adventure Playground or by following the path down from Harewood’s formal terrace. Just follow your nose.
With stunning views over rolling parkland, the Terrace Tearooms is the perfect spot to sit back, take in the relaxing scenery, get away from the bustle of the city and enjoy a light snack, delicious pastries, fresh coffee, or perhaps even something chilled and refreshing. The tearooms ooze tradition with Lloyd loom furniture and fine china. Why not come and join us for afternoon tea that is unparalleled in Yorkshire.
To visit the delights of the Terrace Tearooms, simply head through though the Terrace Gallery or reach it via the stunning south facing terrace of the House.
The House Desk, located inside the House itself, sells a range of art books, guide books, postcards and Harewood souvenirs.
In the Information Centre you'll find a range of guide books, postcards and Harewood souvenirs and toys including pencils, magnets, fluffy animals, sponge balls and more!
Harewood Second-hand Bookshop is run by a team of volunteers and depends entirely on donations...
All proceeds help fund educational projects around Harewood House and Gardens and the Bookshop run events and activities to promote reading to the young and old.
Our new Plant Stall is open, located outside the Bookshop throughout the Summer months. We have had some fabulous plants for sale, from simple pots of herbs to various specimens from the Himalayan Garden, plus an exclusive and limited availability stock of our new rose 'Yorkshire Princess' named in honour of HRH Princess Mary. All these plants have been cultivated by the garden’s team – take a look on your next visit!
For the perfect gift, visit The Courtyard Shop. Quality gifts, cards, giftwrap, sweets, fresh produce from the Walled Garden, locally sourced foodstuffs and homeware, along with treats, and gifts for everyone including:
Leading young artist Donna Wilson’s quirky creature furnishings
High quality meats farmed on the Harewood Estate
Sheffield based David Mellor’s exclusive tableware collection
Sweet treats from Art of Mallows and Dixie Kitchen
Wine and Beers, including Harewood’s very own 'Harewood Gold' Ale
Products from renowned purveyors of cheese and chutney to Her Majesty, Paxton & Whitfield
Breads from local 'Bondgate Bakery' in Otley
Produce from the Harewood Estate, grown in our own Walled Garden, is now available to purchase throughout the year from the Information Centre.
Onions, potatoes, leek, fennel, beetroot, tomatoes, garlic and much more are grown organically in the Walled Garden at Harewood.
Produce and availability varies, stop by the Courtyard next time you visit to see what's in season!
Located conveniently around the grounds, you’ll find a selection of kiosks which sell ice creams and hot and cold drinks.
Please note: Barbeques are not allowed on site but you are welcome to bring picnics – picnic tables are provided in the Grounds.