Falling Foss Tea Garden is an enchanting tea garden situated in the grounds of Midge Hall, a tiny cottage which stands at the top of the mesmerizing Falling Foss Waterfall in the heart of Sneaton Forest. The property was initially made as a game keeper’s cottage in the late 1780's and was later opened as a tea garden in the early 1900's. Whether you're amidst the Coast to Coast walk or maybe simply out for a restful walk through the astonishing old forest, Falling Foss Tea Garden is the ideal spot to unwind and loosen up, appreciate a light lunch, a rich cream tea or maybe only an ice cream.
Fallen Foss Tea Garden And Waterfall Travel Tips
- It is open seasonally. During bad weather, enquire with the office.
- Wheelchairs are not allowed due to the ancient forest trails.
- Take the path only if you are physically fit.
- Free parking at Sneaton Forest car park with footpath access to Tea Garden.
Entrance Ticket Details For Fallen Foss Tea Garden And Waterfall
- Call the head office for enquiring about private hires and other events.
How to Reach Fallen Foss Tea Garden And Waterfall
- By car .Signposted off the B1416 Ruswarp road.
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9.57% of people who visit Whitby include Fallen Foss Tea Garden And Waterfall in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
95% of people start their Fallen Foss Tea Garden And Waterfall visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Fallen Foss Tea Garden And Waterfall
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Fallen Foss Tea Garden And Waterfall