23 October 2014

Relaxation, Refreshment and Recuperation.

Walkers, mountain bikers, stir crazy home workers, cake lovers or simply anyone who has an hour to spend, and wants to dwindle it in the perfect setting drift to Rosies Tea and Coffee Room in Hayfield.


Opened in November 2009 by Deirdre and Andrew Stables, this favourite haunt is nearing its 5th birthday, and has become the quintessential English country tea room with more than a dash of American panache.


Yorkshire (the home of tea) lad Andrew works front of house alongside Connecticut born Deirdre, who bakes a delicious array of cakes daily.


There is sustenance to satisfy anyone, from a simple tea and toast or in house ground coffee, through the delicious array of sandwiches, some with an American deli flavour – try the delicious ham and artichoke hearts, or even the Elvis Sandwich of peanut butter and banana.  Pear and blue cheese, corned beef and chutney… I challenge you to dream up a sandwich that isn’t on the menu.


Cake lovers are frequently wide eyed and unable to choose between Deirdre’s amazing carrot cake, lemon drizzle, orange and almond cake and others.  And for the kids, try the Snickerdoodle – a delectable butter biscuit rolled in cinnamon and sugar at 75p. They love it with a hot chocolate topped with marsh mallows. But who wouldn’t?


If you’re looking for a warming soup it’s easier. A home made gluten free offering is there, and changed daily, so speak to the boss to book your favourite.


Happy Birthday Rosies!


It’s well worth a visit if you’re in the Peaks, but get in early when the BBC is filming The Village. The lovies can’t stay away!


Posted  23 October 2014


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