The cafe is housed in what used to be the village pumping station and stands on the banks of the River Nidd.There is both indoor and outdoor seating and the outdoor seating is under a canopy above the river and a walkway below.
It has a traditional feel and is open from 10.00 - 17.00 everyday but Monday. Food good but service rather slow and we had to remind a waitress we were waiting to order.
Credit and debit cards accepted.
Favorite Dish: A good selection of baguettes, ciabattas and sandwiches with a selection of warm dishes such as burgers, jacket potatoes, pancakes and traditional English favourites such as toasted tea cake and cream teas.
As Yorkshire is one of the great places for fish & chips, it doesn't matter that Pateley is not by the sea. Station fisheries is as good as any chippie and if the weather allows you to sit outside, you get a great feeling of "a day out in the Dales".