Easingwold is a quaint market town on the outskirts of York. There are an abundance of quiet country roads with some beautiful scenery and buildings to admire en route.
With a market place containing public toilets, green areas and quirky cafes it’s an ideal pit stop for cyclists.
The curious table has a take away shop section and a seating area for approximately 20 people.
Be sure to use the public toilet as the cafe only has one toilet and a queue soon forms if you are with a group.
There is a great selection of hot and cold food at reasonable prices. Pair your food with a speciality tea or coffee and some home baked cakes and you’ll be fuelled up and raring to go.
The service was both friendly and efficient.
Definitely worth a visit and one I will be revisiting soon.