The Yard located at 16 Dews Rd, Salisbury SP2 7SN, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01722 414411

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Simon Hibbert

4 Google Rating

Well it's the first tearoom we've been in that is alot bigger inside then the approach makes you thi

4/ 5

Well it's the first tearoom we've been in that is alot bigger inside then the approach makes you think. After going up and down and eventually finding the little passage that leads to The Yard, we was pleasantly surprised at all the different areas you can sit down and enjoy your drink and something to eat. The place had a nice relaxed feel to it and it's outside the bustling centre so you can relax and have your cuppa before heading into town.

Cristina Costache

5 Google Rating

My favourite place in Salisbury for tea or coffee. Very peaceful, perfect place for wok on a laptop/

5/ 5

My favourite place in Salisbury for tea or coffee. Very peaceful, perfect place for wok on a laptop/reading/studying. It's also got very loving pets *felt really misserable today and the cat love fixed it all*

Steve Burdis

4 Google Rating

Torn between a 4 and a 5 on this lovely quirky hidden gem. Coffee and cake in what is literally a ho

4/ 5

Torn between a 4 and a 5 on this lovely quirky hidden gem. Coffee and cake in what is literally a house yard, small gallery of furniture and other items inside with charming staff two cats and a dog. Def makes a pleasant stop off the traditional beaten track.

Riccardo

4 Google Rating

Curious place. Very familiar and particular. The people there are very nice so it's a really good ex

4/ 5

Curious place. Very familiar and particular. The people there are very nice so it's a really good experience.

Peter Todman

5 Google Rating

If you don't know it's there, then you might miss out! What a quaint little place this is. Snacks, h

5/ 5

If you don't know it's there, then you might miss out! What a quaint little place this is. Snacks, homemade cakes, tea and a delicious coffee. Very reasonably priced. All surrounded by an eclectic mix of vintage and retro style things to buy. A very warm welcome and atmosphere, with a couple of cats and a gorgeous little boxer dog Sadie in the background. (she's so lovable). Would recommend it to anyone. Dews Rd, just off Fisherton Street. Look forward to my next visit.

Alex Spence

5 Google Rating

This place is amazing, a real hidden gem in Salisbury. Dog, fireplace, great coffee, delicious (dair

5/ 5

This place is amazing, a real hidden gem in Salisbury. Dog, fireplace, great coffee, delicious (dairy-free) orange and almond cake. Can't wait to bring my Mum here ☕

David Personal

5 Google Rating

In my humble opinion the best coffee shop in Salisbury. You could easily pass it by. At your loss be

5/ 5

In my humble opinion the best coffee shop in Salisbury. You could easily pass it by. At your loss be it. The team at The Yard clearly care for coffee. They have a good eye for craft. Not only do their cakes and hot drinks look out of this world, the indoor and outdoor seating is crafted beautifully too. The most exciting cafe I’ve experienced.

amelia clark

5 Google Rating

The cutest cafe! Best iced coffee in salisbury and the place has such a lovely atmosphere! definitel

5/ 5

The cutest cafe! Best iced coffee in salisbury and the place has such a lovely atmosphere! definitely my favourite cafe in salisbury by far and i recommend to everyone i know :)

Andy Cork

5 Google Rating

Probably one of the best kept secrets in Salisbury. The cakes are incredible and the tea is amazing.

5/ 5

Probably one of the best kept secrets in Salisbury. The cakes are incredible and the tea is amazing. The owners are wonderful, chatty and friendly and are clearly proud of the business that they have built, quite rightly too. My mum and I enjoyed ourselves immensely and hid in the little covered seating area outside to shelter from the rain. It's one of the most wonderful places I've been to in Salisbury. Of course, I appreciate that the real owner of the place are the cats which are also very friendly.

Vicky Charles (Single Mother Ahoy)

5 Google Rating

Arguably the best Welsh Rarebit on the planet. Brilliant service; amazing coffee; great atmosphere.

5/ 5

Arguably the best Welsh Rarebit on the planet. Brilliant service; amazing coffee; great atmosphere.

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  • Friday09:30 - 17:00
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