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All reviews scones cake victoria sponge sandwich cream and jam welsh rarebit bread gateaux pudding afternoon tea aunt martha step back in time high tea forest of dean lovely experience home made victorian era
yes we had a good chat to aunt martha the tea was good we were in the egytian room and martha was good at answering question
the room take you back in time the jam was excellent
went in to garden took me back in...More
I had heard lots about this delightful tea room and booked afternoon tea for my birthday treat. We were greeted by the lovely Victorian lady who made our visit special. Starting with delicious homemade soup, delightful little sandwiches and cakes. My cake had a little...More
We were met by a man with filthy trousers covered in paint. He showed us to the table & served the tea. The table cloth was very dirty as was the surroundings..The lady who served the food was dressed in period costume & was excellent....More
We visited Aunt Martha’s while staying on holiday. We prebooked and ordered the Marquis Afternoon tea for 7. What a treat. The food at arrived in stages with the hot course first of Welsh rarebit and Pate Stuffed Mushrooms - delicious. Then the sandwiches and...More
After going around Goodrich castle we looked online for a tea room and came across Auburn Martha’s.
When we arrived at the tea room, we were greeted by a lovely man who told us that ‘my lady’ will serve us when we get inside.