A nice farm shop with coffee shop. Worth a visit and very much family friendly. Good service we enjoyed coffee, cake and porkpie. Was all tasty.
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We stopped twice at Berry's en-route to and from a break in the Lake District. We have stopped here before and been pleased to do so but on these two occasions we were slightly disappointed. Although my son had a very good burger, I had...More
There were very good choices but the food was expensive and the soft drinks were too expensive. I would avoid it as it was too expensive for pensioners and unlike the Farm Shop at Ingleton which is both classy and economical which was excellent.
This was a second visit, first time was following lunch st another place do we wanted to do lunch and you need to be hungry as the portions are large. We had the Leek and cheese quiche which was fantastic. Followed up with the 2...More
Visited today on the way to Leyburn. I had the cheese scone tea, the scone was really dry and tasteless, onion marmalade and piece of cheese was ok. 2 others in my party had the pensioner's special roast lamb dinner, the lamb was tasty but...More
We popped in for ice cream and drinks, really liked the ice cream and thought the farm shop had some interesting stuff in too
We have been visiting Berry's regularly since it opened - it was one of our favourite places to eat in Wensleydale. Recently, changes have been made and our last couple of visits have been disappointing. Firstly the Sunday menu choice has been reduced. Secondly the...More
Thank you for your review. I’m on it - I will get to the bottom of this......
Me and my boyfriend stayed at the yurts on site at berrys and visited the cafe 3 days running. All the foods eaten were delicious- if a little steep in price. But the atmosphere was lovely and the staff couldnt do enough to help. Would...More
Four of us called in for breakfast on a busy, wet morning. We were immediately made welcome, although it took them some time to take our order. We all had a different breakfast and certainly the comments were mainly positive. However, the scrambled egg was...More