The Watersedge Tearooms

Eating Out in Marsden, Huddersfield

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The Watersedge Tearooms

Eating Out

The Watersedge Tearooms at Standedge Tunnel is situated right on the banks of the Huddersfield Narrow Canal in the shadow of Marsden Moor. A range of freshly made sandwiches, ploughmans lunches, soup and jacket potatoes, as well as a fine selection of tasty cakes are available. The outdoor seating and picnic areas allow you to take in the peace and serenity of your surroundings whilst enjoying a cream tea, there is also plenty of indoor seating available to enjoy your food. All the food served is fresh and we use local suppliers.

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Contact Us

Waters Road ,
Marsden, Huddersfield, HD7 6NQ

01484 847810



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