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Where to eat in Easingwold

Eating out is booming in the UK at the moment, and Easingwold has some delightful cafes, tearooms, pubs and restaurants to choose from.

The George

Family owned and run 18th century coaching inn; set on Easingwold’s cobbled square. En-suite rooms at The George feature TV, telephone, hairdryer and tea and coffee facilities. Rooms are designed for double, family and twin occupancy and are conveniently located at ground floor level. Some rooms are modern in concept, whilst others retain historic features. […]

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Sugar Mouse

Sugar Mouse was established in 2010 and has come a long way since! Initially focusing on quality confectionery, we have recently developed our café service, where we now also offer a wide range of delicious food and refreshing drinks! Owner Iain and manager Shiona work with a great team, who would love to welcome you to our fantastic shop! 

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Afternoon Tea

Morning Coffee & Afternoon Tea

We are a newly opened coffee shop situated on Long Street and we pride ourselves in being a social enterprise business who invest 51% of net profits back into community. We offer volunteer work placement for young people who wish to experience and gain work experience in the retail environment.

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The Curious Table

The Curious Table first opened its doors in September 2013 and overlooks the beautiful market place of the equally beautiful Easingwold. The owner, Eddie built the business around his love for coffee, he has worked in the hospitality industry since a young age (a long time!!!). The Curious Table is the only Easingwold business in […]

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