hidden money tea roomsWe’re in the Market Square, at the top of Saville Street. Our premises are Victorian (in earlier days Moon’s Ladies and Children’s Outfitters). Rumour has it that Alfred Lamert Dickens, a railway engineer who built the line between Malton and Scarborough, and brother of Charles Dickens, the author, had his offices in our upstairs rooms.

You’ll find a fascinating collection of old photographs of Malton, as well as a selection of watercolours for sale.

 

Our upstairs rooms are available for use by local groups – with no hire charge (as long as food and drink are purchased from us). We can accommodate up to 60 people: please call us to book in advance. A local Book Club is already using this facility.

 

We also run a cake tin hire service, with a variety of shapes and sizes of tins available – ideal for those who do only occasional or events baking - for weddings, anniversaries or birthdays.