Catering to all tastes, Harewood House has something for everyone. Take a leisurely lunch in The Courtyard Café where you will find a range of hot and cold dishes inducing sandwiches, salads, and artisan cakes alongside locally sourced and roasted coffee. Striving to be sustainable, the Shepherd's Pie is made using lamb from the Harewood Estate’s flock of Hebridean Black Sheep, along with the burger of the week using beef, venison or lamb also from the estate. Other produce used is sourced from nearby suppliers to keep the supply chain as short as possbile.
Come the afternoon, be seated in The Terrace Tea room which gives one of the best Yorkshire views over the almost 1000 acres of Harewood House landscapes. It is the perfect location for those looking to indulge in an afternoon tea with savoury and sweet nibbles. If you are feeling fancy, add English sparkling white wine or a glass of Prosecco at an extra cost.
During the warmer weather, the Bothy Teahouse is located by the walled garden and offers grand views across the lake. Enjoy cold drinks and alcoholic beverages along with a variety of pasties, sausage rolls and pork pies from award winning butchers Lishman’s of Ilkley. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a selection of cakes and Yorkshire Dales ice cream from the kiosk.
Harewood Food and Drink Project is committed to food sustainability and strive to use produce sourced from The Harewood Estate. In your meals you will find fruit, vegetables, herbs and spices sourced from Harewood’s walled garden. Meat is sourced from Harewood’s own livestock including Highland Cattle, Aberdeen Angus, Hebridean Black Sheep and Red and Fallow Deer. As well as wild garlic, mushrooms, elderflower and berries foraged from across the 4500 acre grounds.
Located just seven miles away from central Leeds, Harwood House offers a variety of venues for both indoor and outdoor events suitable for corporate meetings, parties and unique dining experiences.