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The café was first established in the early 1950’s and was then a cafe in the village, known to many bikers as Sherburn cafe or the Squires Milk Bar. In 2002 it relocated to a large public house, with lots of land for events and camping, on a popular road with bikers, the B1222. With an unique motorcycling heritage, nostalgia and atmosphere, live music, extensive menu and is especially famous for its' pasties and milky coffee!
Bikers are welcome to pitch their tents here, with camping pitches that have water taps and hook-ups for campers. The café accommodates regular motorcycle and motorcar club meetings during the year, along with many other events including: charity runs, fund raisers, best bike competitions, shows and live concerts. A great base for the beautiful Yorkshire Countryside.
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