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The Tea Room at Farfield Mill serves a delicious range of food from soups, paninis, jacket potatoes, salads, and sandwiches for lunches to tasty cakes and traybakes for naughty treats. Our coffee is all freshly ground using coffee beans from Farrer’s Coffee Merchants in Kendal.
You will find The Tea Room is on Level 1 next to the river. There is a beautiful view of the River Clough and the Howgills from our outdoor seating area.
Dogs are welcome in the Tea Room, but unfortunately not allowed in Farfield Mill shop or galleries.
Open Wednesday – Sunday 10.30-4
We are a breast-feeding friendly Tea Room.
There is a 10% discount in the Tea Room for Art Pass Holders.
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About Farfield Mill
Farfield Mill is art craft & heritage gallery set on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales. Housed in a former Victorian Woollen Mill, our beautiful gallery spaces, artists’ studios, power looms and handlooms are set over four floors, displaying, and selling a range of contemporary craft, art, and jewellery, handcrafted and designed here in the Mill and surround area.
|Season (11 Jan 2023 - 22 Dec 2023)|
|Wednesday - Sunday||10:30||- 16:00|
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From M6 Jct. 37 follow the A684 through Sedbergh, after passing through Sedbergh continue on the A684 towards Hawes. Farfield Mill is approximately 1.5 miles from Sedbergh Town centre. Do not follow SAT NAV, follow the brown tourist signs from Sedbergh.
The nearest railway station is Oxenholme or Garsdale, which is 12 miles away.
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