Cafe and Shop

Cafe

Breakfast at Nidderdale Way Cafe, StudfoldRun by Julia and her family team, the Nidderdale Way Cafe uses locally sourced products and has a warm Yorkshire welcome waiting for you.

With so many delicious homemade breakfasts, lunches and everything in between, you’ll be spoilt for choice. You can be cosy indoors, or have a bench outside to enjoy the views, with your cuppa and lump of cake!

You can order lovely breakfasts, and picnics to suit the whole family’s tastes. Breakfasts can be delivered to the touring park field for 9.00am. And to save you from carrying picnics around with you, the cafe will deliver these to the Adventure Trail picnic area. Just look for the pretty basket with your name on it!

Situated on The Nidderdale Way, adjoining Studfold Reception, the cafe is an ideal stop for walkers and cyclists of the well-known bridleway, and completes the Nidderdale experience for our caravan, glamping and camping park visitors, and Adventure Trail explorers.

To order, please speak to the cafe in person, or you can email Julia at nidderdalewaycafe@gmail.com. Keep up to date on Facebook too with The Nidderdale Way Cafe page, where you’ll find great reviews and pictures.

Parking for the cafe is at the Studfold car park, which is located just off the Pateley Bridge to Middlesmoor road. The cafe is disabled-friendly, and has disabled parking immediately outside the entrance.

Studfold ShopCafe opening times are weekends and school holidays from Saturday 4th April 2020 to 27th September 2020, 9.00am until 4.30pm (8.30am Saturday and Sunday).

Shop

Our small Studfold shop onsite at Reception sells milk and basic provisions, Calor gas and camping gas, sweets, ice-cream, cold drinks, small toys and gifts. You can also order your milk by the pint for the next day, as well as the Sunday newspapers.

It’s always a good idea to shop before you pitch so you can make sure you have everything you need before relaxing onsite. In the local town of Pateley Bridge there are very good quality butchers, bakers and grocery shops, and there are supermarkets in Ripon and Harrogate.