Cobblestones is a quaint tearoom in Grassington. Gilly, Sue, Vicky and I visited here whilst camping nearby in 2012.
I had a hot beef and onion sandwich followed by Yorkshire curd with cream. Both were delicious.
Favorite Dish: YORKSHIRE CURD
A wet weekend camping in Appletreewick had us seek out what little sunshine could be found, as well as the possibility of some interiors to hide from the passing showers - an afternoon in Grassington it was then!
Whilst take a stroll around this market town it was decided to partake of the offerings at Cobblestones Cafe by way of a light lunch/afternoon tea. Sue and I decided to share a cream tea and order an extra pot (of Early Grey for Sue) - this being at the recommendation of our waitress, due to the size of the scones.
Well, the scones were big and very nice; the pot of jam being just sufficient to dollop between the four halves which we were sharing, but the cream - what a disappointment! The cream was plastic squirty cream (later discovered to be from a machine), just not what you expect with a cream tea.
The pot of tea was good - and came with a pot of hot water to add.
Favorite Dish: Next time I'll go with the Yorkshire curd tart which was enjoyed by both Vicki and Alyson and certainly looked yummy - which they both confirmed.
There are a few restaurants/cafes and pubs in Grassington, but as you can imagine they are very busy. We popped into the pub, only to get warm really!!!!!
This is a photo of one of the restaurants.