Yorkshire and The Humber

Mr Moo’s, Skipsea

7 July 2007

For a haven of indulgence by the coast, I recommend Mr Moo’s Ice Cream Parlour and Coffee Shop. No cows died in the making of these sundaes.

Mr Moo's, Skipsea Mr Moo's, Skipsea

This large outbuilding on Southfield House Farm has generous seating inside and out. It’s a bustling place but usually there’s space to sit with just a nice coffee in hand.

Mr Moo's, Skipsea Mr Moo's, Skipsea

Of course, it is ice cream that is the real attraction. They make it on the farm, using milk from their own herd of Fresians, and it tastes absolutely delicious. The range of sundaes and flavours is a sight to behold; just two examples are “cow-pat” and “black forest moo”.

Mr Moo's, Skipsea Mr Moo's, Skipsea

There are also plenty of tasty-looking cakes available, and various other food and drink options. Not to mention a raft of cow-related goodies for sale.

Mr Moo’s is a favourite for everyone from families to bikers. If you’re in the Skipsea area and in need of a coffee (and an ice cream), it shouldn’t be missed.

Mr Moo's, Skipsea Mr Moo's, Skipsea


Address
Southfield House Farm
Hornsea Road
Skipsea
Driffield
East Yorkshire
YO25 8SY

Website: http://www.mrmoos.co.uk

We visited on 7 July 2007.

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6 Comments

  • Reply Nicola 22 September 2008 at 6:07 pm

    If you intend to visit this ice cream parlor be prepared for some lovely ice cream with an enormous dollop of bad customer service……..
    FROM COSY COFFEE SHOPS: This is the first sentence of a lengthy diatribe. I have taken a decision not to post the remainder, but rest assured Nicola was not a happy bunny.

  • Reply john 16 December 2008 at 8:01 pm

    l have just found your site and have enjoyed reading about the many cafes.
    My wife and l have been visiting Mr Moo’s since it opened and have always enjoyed a good friendly service and would not hesitate in recommending the place. From our experience the cafe does get very busy during the summers months but the staff still manage to smile and the sundaes are still as good despite being so busy.

  • Reply Maddi 16 December 2008 at 8:26 pm

    In these times when everybody seems to be feeling glum as a result of the economic climate not to mention the weather it was a joy to visit Mr Moo’s for friendly service, smiles and yummy cow pat Ice cream and homemade cakes! Beautiful setting , good service and if you walk along the beach afterwards you can justify another icecream on the return leg..well that was my excuse anyway!

  • Reply Richard Stephen Pievaitis 5 January 2011 at 9:46 pm

    before we made the big decision to move to the quiet nearby seaside resort of hornsea in 2006 we made a number of “scouting ” trips to the surrounding areas.
    one of these trips involved a stop at mr moo,s,more by accident than pure planning to ne honest !?you can quite easily drive past the cafe on a fairly fast rural road.
    but once there,it is ice cream heaven.
    being a lover of all things chocolate,so the rather massive “cow pat” was my option.my wife and the kids opted for the smaller sundaes in their own mr moo plastic holders.
    the prices are fine but the quality of the service and ice cream is beyond reproach.
    i was in chocolate ice cream heaven.
    well worth a stop for anyone heading down to the freeport at hornsea.
    awesome !

  • Reply Julie and family 24 January 2011 at 9:39 pm

    My family and myself have visited Mr Moos since it first opened and as regular customers have seen it in both quiet and busy times. Needless
    to say we have never had any bad service or bad ice creams from this cafe no matter how busy they have been, at times there have been queues into the car park. I hope that it continues to flourish as it is a very welcome gem on this east coast.

  • Reply paul 13 September 2014 at 8:42 pm

    i have just been on holiday to skipsea and i can say u have not tasted real ice cream untill you have tasted mr moos

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