The summer holidays are here, and we are all racking our brains on how to keep the kids busy for six weeks! With most of us staycationing this year, we are looking at good old God’s Own Country to provide the entertainment – and tucked away in the North York Moors is the mystical woodland Falling Foss tea garden.
Take a walk through magical woodland to this idyllic tea garden that sits beneath a 30ft waterfall by following babbling May Beck. The pool below is perfect for taking a dip on a cool summer’s day. You can either take an excursion through the woods on a two-mile walk or park up in the Falling Foss car park.
Found just 6 miles outside of Whitby, Falling Foss Tea Gardens is situated right next to the stunning waterfall of the same name. The area provides a natural play area, becks to paddle in and woodland trails for you and your kids to enjoy in the woodlands of North Yorkshire.
The rustic setting is the perfect backdrop to one of the most incredible tea rooms in the UK. You can enjoy homemade scones with jam & cream, cakes and hearty bacon butties washed down with barista-style coffee or some classic English tea.
After a year in lockdown, we are all yearning for a bit of nature and this is the medicine you and your kids need. Let them play in nature whilst you enjoy a quiet cuppa and a well-deserved rest. Being out in nature is proven to relieve stress and we could all use a bit of stress relief that’s for sure.
The tea gardens have a firepit where they sometimes provide free marshmallows for you to toast as well as plenty of other activities for you and your kids. You can also bring your pooch along as they are pet-friendly which is an added bonus.
If you’re thinking of visiting the Falling Foss Tea Garden make sure you bring cash as they don’t accept cards. They are open each day from 10:30 am to 4 pm.
If you’d like to find out more information, visit their Facebook page here.
Feature Image Credit: Falling Foss Tea Gardens