A trip to Harrogate is incomplete without a spoil-yourself visit to the famous Bettys Cafe Tearooms founded in 1919 by Frederick Belmont from Switzerland.
Discover why foodies headhere to indulge themselves in this iconic setting where the best of Swiss confectionary meets Yorkshire warmth and hospitality. The silver cake stands will spoil you for choice but a particular favourite is a Fat Rascal, a sort of super-scone full of fruit and flavour.Tables by the window overlooking the beautiful Stray and Montpellier Gardens are very popular but if you venture downstairs, you'll be rewarded by exquisite marquetry scenes of Yorkshire created by Charles Spindler. Check out the shop with more than 300 types of bread, cakes and chocolates to take home.
Contact and Getting Here
Parliament Street, Harrogate HG1 2QU
9am-9pm every day