Fiddle drill

Fiddle Drill

Main Street, Goodmanham. YO43 3JA

07598 512478 Website

Open Wednesday to Sunday 10am - 4pm. Caters for cyclists and walkers - good range of cakes and light meals on offer in convivial surroundings.

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North Beach Fish and Chips

North Marine Promenade, Bridlington

07783 502701 Website

For delicious fish and chips, in a beach-side setting, find us down the slope opposite the Expanse Hotel.

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Chuckwagon Cafe

Markman Lane, Nafferton

07904 048735 Email Website

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The Balloon Tree Farm Shop and Cafe

Stamford Bridge Road, Gate Helmsley

01759 373023 Email Website

Multi-award winning high quality food retailer situated in the Vale of York on the A166 between Gate Helmsley and Stamford Bridge. The farmshop and cafe are open 7 days a week. Enjoy the home cooked seasonal menu in the newly extended light and spacious cafe or relax in the landscaped cafe garden. 



4 Market Place, Pocklington

01759 302548 Website

Bike and Baggage Transfer

Fridaythorpe, Driffield.

For advice, or a quote, relating to the transport of bikes or luggage on the Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route, please email



01723 892809 Email Website

Mobile cycle hire and repair
(We collect and deliver free of charge to all YO14 postcodes or within a 5 mile radius)

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Burnby Hall Gardens

The Balk, Pocklington.

01759 307125 Email Website

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Robert Fuller Gallery

Fothergale Farm, Thixendale.YO17 9LS

01759 368355 Email Website

The Yorkshire Wolds Cycle Route passes the entrance to the gallery of the renowned wildlife artist, Robert Fuller. This might be your opportunity to take a breather and view his extensive collection especially, if you're ascending the climb just outside of Thixendale where the gallery is located. 


Seaways Cafe

Fimber Road, Fridaythorpe. Driffield

01377 288203 Email Website

Popular with bikers, walkers and cyclists, provides light meals, sandwiches and home-made cakes. Fridaythorpe is the highest village on the Wolds. Cycle here via Thixendale or Fimber to avoid the busy A166.

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Delivery within York

01904 720003

York Cycleworks

14-16 Lawrence Street, York. YO10 3WP

01904 626664


87 Layerthorpe, York. YO31 7UZ

01904 427510

Cycle Heaven

Bishopthorpe Road, York.

01904 636578

Cycle Heaven/Cycle Hire

York Station, York.

01904 622701

Bell Cycles

Unit 1, Spencer Centre, Westgate, Driffield. YO25 6TJ

01377 253070

East Gate Cycles

East Gate South, Driffield.

01377 253274

Minster Cycles

5-7 Norwood, Beverley. HU17 9ET

01482 867950

Northern Ride

10A Saville Street, Malton. YO17 7LL

01653 699070

R Yates

Castlegate Malton, YO17 7NR

01653 605400

Hilderthorpe Cycles

24-26 Hilderthorpe Road, Bridlington. YO15 3BG

01262 400401

Stone trough

Stone Trough Inn

Kirkham Priory, York. YO60 7JS

01653 618713 Email Website

Beautifully located, on the Yorkshire Wolds cycle route, the Stone Trough is a good place to stop whether you're looking for a soup and sandwich, coffee, something stronger or, a three-course meal. Plenty of space to lock bikes and in summer, sit outside and enjoy unbeatable views of the Howardian Hills, Kirkham Priory and the river Derwent. 

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Thixendale Village Hall

Thixendale. (Sunday only)

Email Website

Run by volunteers, Thixendale village hall is open Sundays from 11am - 4pm for light refreshments Well worth a visit if you're in the area.

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Aunt Sal’s Pantry

Hall Farm, Burton Fleming. Hunmanby. YO25 3PT

01262 470519 Website

Located on one of the 'Big Skies Bike Rides' Aunt Sal's Pantry is a farm shop and cafe popular with local cyclists. Well worth planning your journey to include a pitstop here.

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Yorkshire Wolds Gallery

Staxton, YO12 4TF

01944 710527 Website

Yorkshire Wolds Gallery exhibiting paintings, sculpture and pottery from well-known local artists. The coffee shop is open five days a week Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 4pm. We serve a range of homemade cakes with delicious coffees teas and tasty light lunches. We aim to buy all our produce locally.

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Hunmanby Gap Cafe

Hunmanby Gap

Overlooking the beach and on the Yorkshire Wolds cycle route extension, this small, traditional cafe is well worth a visit for the superb location.


Headland Family Restaurant and Cafe Bar

Flamborough Head. YO15 1AR

01262 851020 Email Website

Friendly eating place in superb location with outside seating and indoor conservatory serving an extensive menu for all the family. Plenty of space for bicycles and car parking.

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Spring Cafe

All Saints Church, Church Hill, Hunmanby. YO14 OJU


Well worth a visit to this church cafe, run mainly by volunteers serving light meals, cakes and scones, fine coffee, tea and juices. Open Monday to Saturday 10:00 to 3:00. Walkers and cyclists are more than welcome.

Butterwick Farm Shop

Butterwick, Weaverthorpe

01377 267258

Open 7 days a week but closes 3pm at weekends. Extensive range of fresh, organic and locally sourced produce for sale including cakes and sandwiches. Cafe type seating area with wood burning stove and reasonable tea/coffee/refreshment machine.

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Marine bar

Marine Bar

North Marine Drive, Bridlington. YO15 2LS

01262 675347 Website

The Marine Bar is superbly located on the seafront on the north side of Bridlington. It boasts superb views, outdoor seating, award-winning real ales and good food.

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Riverhead cafe

Riverhead Cafe


01377 232015 Website

Independent cafe and caterer serving gourmet coffee, ice cream, home-made cakes and sandwiches. Outside seating with nice view across the canal head. Popular with local cyclists.

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Telegraph inn

The Telegraph

110 Quay Road, Bridlington. YO16 4JB

01262 674592 Website

CAMRA award-winning rela ale pub with micro-brewery.

Manor Farm Shop

Beverley Road, Cranswick, Driffield. YO25 9PQ


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Fresh Food Deli and Coffee Shop

7 Market Place, Pocklington. YO42 2AS

01759 307370 Email Website

Awarding winning deli and coffee shop serving highly recommended, delicious eat-in or takeaway sandwiches. Some pavement and upstairs seating.

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World Peace Cafe

Kilnwick Percy Hall, Pocklington. YO42 1UK

01759 304832 Email Website

Drop in to Pocklington’s World Peace Café and try delicious vegetarian snacks and yummy cakes. Snuggle up inside next to the wood burning stove with a cappuccino or hot chocolate, dog walkers are welcome in our lovely heated log cabin, or sit outside on the terrace with a smoothie and enjoy the beautiful scenery. We have free wifi.

Ramblers rest cafe

Ramblers Rest

Main Street, Millington, Pocklington. YO42 1TX

01759 305220 Website

Traditional, licensed tea-room serves delicious home-cooked food, prepared to order. With outside seating in summer and cosy fires in winter, this is a popular stop for cyclists and walkers throughout the year. Check website for opening times.

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Wolds Gliding Club

The Airfield, Pocklington. YO42 1NP

01759 303579 Email Website

Learn to fly a glider, enjoy an accompanied flight or, treat someone to an unusual present at the Wolds Gliding centre, near Pocklington. Visit their website to find out more.

Allerthorpe park

Allerthorpe Lakeland Park - Watersports Centre

Allerthorpe, Near Pocklington. YO42 4RL


Allerthorpe Lakeland Park is set in 53 acres of grounds and lakes and offers a variety of watersports as well as a campsite, and cafe. A great place for all the family.

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The Spa

South Marine Drive, Bridlington YO15 3JH


Recently underwent a major refurbishment and now provides a superb entertainment venue and conference centre with an extensive programme of events throughout the year. The 2014 programme includes the pantomime Cinderella, staring Camilla Dallerup, David Gest's Legends of Soul to the first Bridlington Real Ale Festival. For the full programme of events,  download the latest version of the 'What's On guide' from the website.

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Flamborough Head and Lighthouse

Flamborough Head Heritage Coast, Flamborough, Bridlington. YO15 1AR

01262 673769 Website

Characterised by a stretch of rugged white coastal cliffs displaying interesting geological features, Flamborough Head is a great base for cycling, bird watching, hiking along windswept cliff top paths and for the experienced rowers, sea canoeing around the bay. With scenic nature reserve, Danes Dyke and two ancient lighthouses nearby, this Special Area of Conservation is a haven for anyone looking to explore the Yorkshire Coast..


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Beverley minster

Beverley Minster

Minster Yard North, Beverley. HU17 0DB

01482 868540 Email Website

Whether your interest is in attending a service or, church history and architecture, Beverley Minster is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful Gothic buildings in Europe and a visit or guided tour promises not to disappoint. Look at the website for the full programme of events and opening times.

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Sledmere House

Sledmere, Driffield. YO25 3XG

01377236637 Email Website

Traditional stately home and garden but also includes the Triton Gallery,Terrace Cafe and a monthly programme of events to suit the whole family.

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Kirkham Priory

Whitwell on the Hill, Malton. YO60 7JS

0870 3331181 Website

If you're walking or cycling in this area, the ruins of this abbey provide a peaceful, riverside location for a picnic or to discover the story of a monk's life.

Sewerby hall

Sewerby Hall and Gardens

Church Lane, Sewerby, Bridlington. YO15 1EA

01262 673769 Website

A great venue for the whole family which can be reached by cycling along the cliff top from Bridlington. Orienteering, historical re-enactments, a zoo, shops and cafe are just a small sample of the events, attractions and other activities on offer at Sewerby Hall. See website for full details.

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Burton Agnes Hall

Burton Agnes

01262 490324 Email Website

A charming family home, considered by Simon Jenkins as one of 'the best twenty English houses'. There is something for everyone with woodland walks, art studio, shops, cafes and seasonal events. See website for full list of events and activities.

York Minster

York Minster

Precentor's Court, York. YO1 7HH

0844 939 0011 Email Website

The Minster is not only an architecturally stunning building but is a place to discover the history of York over the centuries, its artefacts and treasures. The Minster is open for sightseeing everyday as well as regular services, events and concerts. Even if you don't visit the Minster, don't forget to take a look at the Tudor Rose window which commemorates the marriage of Elizabeth of York to Henry Tudor marking the end of the War of the Roses. The tudor rose incorporates both the white and red roses of Yorkshire and Lancashire.

Cycle Lane

6 Clarkes Lane, Pocklington. YO42 2AW

01759 306770 Email Website

CycleLane Limited is owned and run by cycling enthusiast Nick Hudson who has worked in cycle retailing for the past twenty years and has expert knowledge about different brands, models and style of bicycle, as well as components and other accessories including clothing.

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RSPB Bempton Cliffs

Cliff Lane, Bempton, YO15 1JD

01262851533 Website

Bempton cliffs is one of England's top wildlife attractions and is home to over 200,000 nesting seabirds from Apr-Oct including puffins. Visitor Centre, shop and refreshments open 9.30 - 4pm Mar - Oct. Entry free - vehicle parking charges apply.