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The Carding Shed / Oil Can Cafe

Dobroyd Mills | Holmfirth, Huddersfield, Hepworth HD9 1AF, England
+44 1484 680300
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Great nostalgic place to visit

Great place to go for a visit, unfortunately maybe not that good a cage. We were shown to our table... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Mark R
Sheffield, United Kingdom
via mobile
Love the vintage feel!

Myself and my daughter took a little trip here for a treat of afternoon tea whilst my son was down... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Helen T
Bradford, United Kingdom
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The Carding Shed is found in Hepworth near Holmfirth, a multi-venue attraction based around a vintage theme. It's a lovely place to visit for the car, coffee, and vintage enthusiast! Combining a Classic Car Display, Automobilia, Vintage Clothes Shop, Antiques Store, local hand made gifts, and the amazing Oil Can Cafe serving freshly made Breakfasts, Lunches or Afternoon Tea all made from locally sourced products. So come join us, and feel as though you have stepped back in time!Free WIFI and Free Parking on site.Open Monday to Sunday, 10am to 4pm
  • Excellent57%
  • Very good27%
  • Average9%
  • Poor4%
  • Terrible3%
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Dobroyd Mills | Holmfirth, Huddersfield, Hepworth HD9 1AF, England
+44 1484 680300
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great place to go for a visit, unfortunately maybe not that good a cage. We were shown to our table and then promptly forgotten about. No one took our order, it was as if we had invisible paint on. However after we approached the staff...More

Thank Mark R
Reviewed yesterday

Myself and my daughter took a little trip here for a treat of afternoon tea whilst my son was down in Wembley. Little did we know how lovely it was going to be. Out it came with fillings on bloomer bread, a scone each (with...More

Thank Helen T
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nine of us met up at the Oil Can Cafe on Saturday for lunch before carrying on with our journey to Whitby Abbey. The staff were very polite, friendly and smartly dressed. The lunch was very well presented tasted great and good value. I had...More

Thank Ian196111
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Spent a lovely couple of hours here today. Food and drink was very tasty and staff were attentive and really friendly. It was so nice to look around the vintage cars and root around the vintage clothes emporium and antiques shop. Well worth coming, even...More

Thank moodlepip
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

won a afternoon tea for two and didnt know what to expect, the place was fanastic, the food was wonderful, the best afternoon tea ive ever had. would really recomend this place to anyone

Thank lynn j
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We went for a bank holiday breakfast. We waited well over 25 minutes, yes it was busy. However they forgot the sausage of the large breakfast. My vegetarian breakfast was lovely. However when coming to pay 7 waitresses ignored me at the pay area. This...More

Thank Anita245
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Had my 50th birthday party here. Firstly met Janet who was fabulous we worked out a plan as to what I wanted and with no fuss or stress she catered for everything. A couple of calls to confirm and ensure all was in order. Got...More

Thank technophobe67
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We visited here, (2 adults & an 11 yr old girl), Saturday afternoon. There are lots of parking space at the front of the cafe. Choice of eating inside or out. This place is very interesting. There are vinyage cars and parts on display, 1950's...More

Thank bulx3
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Attentive service, clean and an interesting venue, I have to say the food only gets a 3 out of 5, not cooked properly, hot on 1 plate and same food cold on another, they also got the orders wrong, the staff were rushing to get...More

Thank samark1066
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

we all had a different breakfast, one had the eggs Benedict excellent. Service was excellent as usual. then looked at the classic car in the shed and the ones that had arrived outside.

Thank Raymond P
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Mark S
is there an entry fee
7 May 2016|
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Response from DaveHLeeds | Reviewed this property |
To fully clarify, the Garage Tours are bookable in advance and cost £10.00 per person including breakfast - these are very popular and get booked up in advance. The general cafe and shops are free There are a number of... More