Please note we are currently closed for winter
we open on wednesday 5th feb 2020
As many of you know, we took the plunge and renovated our old cow shed to create a new tearoom. New customers may not realise, but we used to be in the farmhouse and outside in the garden, but in order to expand we had to change. We believe we have created a rustic, traditional and welcoming tearoom with our customers in mind. The counter, sofa area, dining area and upstairs, all create the feel of an old farmhouse/barn conversion and we do our very best to keep the essence of farming at the heart of everything we do. Outside is the courtyard, which was once the cows' fold yard, where you can sit in the sun trap with the old plough and views of the chestnut trees and cricket pitch whilst being surrounded by the old stone buildings. We would like to extend a huge thank you to all our customers, old and new, who have supported our changes and would like you to know how much we value your business.
With our very best wishes,
GROUP BOOKINGS: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively you can call 01904 744041 to book a table.
We really do appreciate phone calls from groups (5 or above) to ensure we can reserve you the best possible seating space. This also applies if you wish to cancel.
Please note, we offer outside dining on a first come first served basis and do not reserve outdoor tables.
MENU: We offer breakfasts until 11.30am, hot food until 1.30pm and light lunches and Afternoon Teas until 2pm. From 2-3pm we offer any cakes, scones and drinks. (Please note we do not allow consumption of personal food and drink on any of our premises, except for babies.)
For your information we have a ramped walk way for pushchairs and wheelchairs. Please DO NOT obstruct the farm track as large vehicles use this at all times. Thank you.
PLEASE NOTE: PARKING IS AT CUSTOMERS OWN RISK AND ONLY FOR TEAROOM CUSTOMERS.
BICYCLES: We have bike racks so please follow the signs for these. Please dismount as soon as you enter the farm for your own and others safety, thank you. Please do not rest bikes on outdoor furniture or main building walls, as it reduces access. Parking is at owners risk. We would always recommend bike locks and take no responsibility for any loss, damage or theft. Thank you.
DOGS: Assistance dogs are welcome inside. All other well behaved dogs are welcome outside only and must be on leads at all times as we are a working farm with livestock. Please clear up any dog business in or around our grounds. Thank you.
SETTING: We are a working farm with livestock, so please take care of farm vehicles when at the tearoom at all times, especially when crossing the farm track to the courtyard. Please do not allow children to play near the entrance.
WE DO NOT ALLOW ACCESS ON TO OUR FARM.
CHILDREN: We very much welcome children to our tearoom and have a children's menu. Parents are responsible for children at all times. We have baby changing facilities and space to park buggies. We are supportive of breast feeding throughout our establishment and can provide a private area upon request.
B&B ENQUIRIES: email@example.com
SMOKING IS NOT PERMITTED THROUGHOUT OUR TEAROOM, COURTYARD, WOODLAND or CAR PARK. Thank you.
We operate a zero tolerance approach to aggressive and threatening behaviour towards any of our staff. The management reserve the right to ask these persons to leave immediately without question.
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~homemade is best~
Situated in the historic village of Bolton Percy, near Tadcaster and York, here at Doylys we offer a tranquil setting for your enjoyment within our converted cow shed and farm courtyard.
We are passionate about baking and cooking good, honest food and believe homemade is best. It is our privilege and aim to serve customers our best homebaking and cooking, alongside great value for money, every time.
Doyly's is named after our Grandmother who has D'Oyly as her middle name. We always thought it would be a great idea to have a tearoom using her name and we put those dreams into reality in 2003. In 2019, we moved from the farmhouse to the converted cow shed. Almost all the interior is used from reclaimed materials from the farm. We a very proud of our new tearoom and are delighted to share it with you, your friends and families!
Farming has been the traditional trade in our family over many generations. Today, Peter and Henry run the family farm attached to the tearoom. Before the tearoom began, Vicky used to nurse and Ruth and Anne were both primary school teachers. We all now work together running the businesses and are very proud to do so.
By foot, bike or car, we extend a warm welcome to all our customers. Disabled access available. We are Dementia Friends.
Dogs welcome outside only.
Assistance dogs welcome inside.
We offer gift vouchers for our tearoom and B&B.
You could treat your family and friends to anything here at Doyly's from a Cream Tea to money towards a night away!
A FANTASTIC TREAT FOR LOVED ONES
We are proud to support local businesses to bring you some of the best home cooking and baking in Yorkshire.
Lee's Butcher - Tadcaster
Starkey's Butcher - Sherburn
Manor Farm Eggs - Sinderby
Dairy - Scarcroft from Acaster Dairies
Coffee - Doyly's Farmhouse Blend by Divine Coffee Roasters, Healaugh
Tea - True Tea Company, York
Locally grown apples and our own vegetable garden produce.
Any home grown produce around the area.
FARMED WITH LOVE
The Houseman family have farmed in Bolton Percy for centuries. As a family, we continue the passion for Yorkshire farming and food and this is reflected in our support for local suppliers.
If you are a supplier of local produce, please do get in touch as we may be able to use you too!
a family affair
Our tearoom, bed and breakfast and farm are solely run by members of our family. We are proud of our achievements and are delighted to share it with our customers.
Come and see it for yourself!