You Can Now Have Cream Teas & Meet Tony The Pony On Ravenseat Farm

You Can Now Have Cream Teas & Meet Tony The Pony On Ravenseat Farm

We’ve all started heading out again, and some of us have been heading over to the Yorkshire Dales National Park to get our exercise in and experience some beautiful views. Well, you can now enjoy delicious cream teas at Ravenseat Farm once more, which is home to Amanda Owen and her family.

Contributors Raven, Nancy, Sidney, Clive, Clemmy, Miles, Annas, Amanda, Edith, Violet and Reuben walking through a field on Ravenseat

That’s right, the perfect stop off on the popular for many walks in the area, you can enjoy a nice brew at the home of the Channel 5 show, Our Yorkshire Farm. Get sat down at the picnic benches situated by the packhorse bridge, kick back and take in the panoramic views of the stunning countryside.

Cream Tea Ravenseat Farm
Credit: Lottie Browne

Situated in the Upper Swaledale area, a stone’s throw away from the highest pub in the UK, Tan Hall Inn, the Owen’s family offers afternoon tea and scones between mid-May and September from 12pm – 4pm. Charlotte Browne who enjoyed tea with Tony wrote on Instagram: “Tea đź«– with Tony the Pony at #ravenseatfarm has made my year.”

Why not visit the beautiful Wain Wath Force just down the road from the farm, and head up towards Tan Hall Inn for a cheeky pint? There are plenty of beautiful opportunities to make a day of it up in the Yorkshire Dales.

Cream Tea Ravenseat Farm
Credit: Lottie Browne

Another walk many trekkers do in the area is the Coast to Coast walk, which Ravenseat Farm sits nicely halfway through. The two-week trial is 192 miles long and is from Robin Hoods Bay to St Bees or vice versa.

You can also meet the Yorkshire Shepherdess in person this August Bank holiday at the huge weekend festival 5 on the Farm – which sees a whole host of Channel 5 favourites gather to give talks, do meet and greets and more.

If you’d like to find out more information on the event – find out more here.

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