Sit Back & Relax with some Delicious Treats.
Afternoon tea’ refers to a quintessentially British tradition established by Anna, the Duchess of Bedford, in the 19th century. When first introduced, the practice of sitting down for afternoon tea wasn’t seen as a treat. In fact, it had a very practical purpose – to fill the gap between lunch and dinner.
The tradition of Afternoon Tea dates back more than 200 years, to a time before steam-powered train travel was not even invented. Now that the steam age has been and gone, both are celebrated on the Keighley & Worth Valley!
Boarding of the dining train is at Keighley or Oxenhope Station; please ensure you arrive here 20 minutes before the departure time of your slot.
Sunday 10th March
Sunday 31st March
Monday 1st April
Enjoy an Afternoon Tea as part of your visit this year to the Keighley and Worth Valley.
Your ticket includes unlimited travel on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway for the day, alongside a slot on our steam-hauled dining train to enjoy our finest Yorkshire Afternoon Tea.
- Our finest Yorkshire Afternoon Tea on our steam-hauled train.
- A Day Rover for the day of your booking with unlimited travel to explore the railway and visit the stations and two accredited museums at Railstory.
- Enjoy a glass of fizz or Orange juice followed by a beautifully laid out Afternoon Tea served by our attentive waiting staff.
Boarding of the dining train is at Keighley Station, where there are strong transport links with the mainline connections to Leeds, Bradford & Skipton or Oxenhope Station, with a large free car park & a stone’s throw away from Haworh; please ensure you arrive here 20 minutes before the departure time of your slot.