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Have visited Shelly’s a few times over the past year or so and just realised I had not left a review so here goes!
This is a quirky little establishment in the middle of a quaint village square (parking in the middle if available or...More
whilst staying with my daughter in whitstable the three of us ventured out to visit Chilham.The village has some lovely old buildings dating back to the 16th Century.There is a lovely church which you must visit and they have a book exchange where you can...More
The wife and I went to Chilham for an old English village experience.
Set in this square are some beautiful old timber framed buildings one of which is this delightful Shellys tea rooms.
We had freshly cooked scones and a pot of tea. The scones...More
Visited today (5/11/18) for a birthday treat from my Son and asked for a buttered baguette, egg sandwich, 2 cream teas and a latte, and glass of tap water. Waitress although pleasant and polite, handed the glass to my Son with her fingers where his...More
Cannot recommend this place highly enough. Visited today with my disabled mum. The lovely staff fully accommodated us with her wheelchair, storing it out of the way whilst we ate and making sure we sat in the most convenient place possible. Lovely afternoon tea with...More
Today we had a really fantastic afternoon tea (a Red Letter Day voucher was given to us as a gift). It was a wonderful spread - lots of dainty sandwiches, large scones with butter, jam, and lashings of clotted cream, and cakes. Plus whatever we...More