This place is small and offers small selection of menu Tea is old-style would Tea leaflet And pastry were fresh
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The decor of this little cafe is pleasant . It was quite expensive for the small snack we had. The tea leaves is a nice touch . A few small vases of local flowers would add to the ambiance
Cosy little rooms . The food is tasty and well presented. My daughter loves the homemade cookies !! Decor is cute and inviting. Nice for place to stop for tea and cakes or a light lunch.
Real tea leaf tea ! A treat for lunch or a stop off on a journey. I enjoyed sitting outside with my dog (who was given a welcome bowl of water). Loved the china cups and rhubarb pie. Bathroom pristine.
Disappointing experience, my mother and I had afternoon tea which lacked both china and pastry forks. The crockery we did have was badly chipped and the tea strainer was broken. The sandwiches were very basic (ham and white bread) and the butter for the scones...More
My wife and I had lunch here yesterday and it was a lovely experience. This is an intimate cafe and we felt comfortable right from the start as we sat next to a wood-burning stove with a beautiful stone wall as our background. Our server,...More
A small cosy coffee shop with very quirky tea cups & saucers but a pot of tea for two , a small scone & an apple square 11.50 is expensive. Waitress quite rude & slapped our change into our hand . Not accessible, steps up...More