Situated in a historic 17th century building at the top of Haworth’s famous cobbled Main Street, The Apothecary is a classic Yorkshire cafe. With a traditional tea room menu and great prices to match, the cafe is a superb location for a stop off when cycling round this beautiful area of the Pennines.
As well as having friendly, cycling loving owners that are proud to have had the Tour de France / Tour de Yorkshire pass their front door, the tea room has a spectacular vista of the Worth Valley to the rear and of the Main Street at the front in the outdoor seating area, so wherever you chose to sit and enjoy your brew you will always have an amazing view. We recommend the filled Yorkshire Puddings if you are stopping for lunch, but make sure you brought your appetite!
Pot of tea: £1.70
Toasted tea cake: £0.95
Filled Yorkshire Pudding
Local Climb / Segment
Haworth cobbled Main Street:
Roger de Vlaeminck – veteran atop the cobbles
- 86 Main Street, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 8DP
- 07967 673313