Enjoyable, table cloth stained however. Glad to have not been subjected to some spooky paranormal activity hehe haha
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Deciding to break a long journey, we headed uphill through Dorchester before spotting this tea shop. A sign outside advertised (amongst its other attractions) paranormal and spiritual studies, so we were not quite sure what lay on the other side of the glossy black door............More
Saw Tea Room in passing managed to stop on street outside. Had coffee and scone midmorning. Really warm welcome, one of the best scones ever.
This tea shop is located in an historic listed building. Unfortunately this means they cannot install a wheelchair accessible toilet on the ground floor; the only toilet is upstairs. This spoiled our visit and had we known in advance (e.g. through a notice on the...More
Lovely tearoom, friendly staff, would definitely recommend. Really nice escape from the town. Also a small garden with seating out the back.
My boyfriend and I visited Dorchester and we were looking for somewhere to have a rest and to get something to drink. We found this little place and we had a pot of tea between the two of us. We had lots of cups of...More
We enjoyed a cream tea at The Old Tea House and were impressed by the friendly service and good food. The scones were warm which made them extra special and there was plenty of jam and clotted cream. A real treat!
At the top of High West Street in Dorchester, this is the place for a Cream Tea! In a very old Tudor-timbered property, the present proprietors, Derek and Debbie, have made a wonderful Olde Worlde atmosphere inside and the freshly baked scones are 'to-die-for'. We...More
Situated not far down from top o'town roundabout, this 'ye olde' style restaurant comes with both an extraordinarily interesting history (Thomas Hardy used to come here for tea!) but also the owners are some of the friendliest people you could hope to meet. It is...More