Was looking for our first tea room and chose this one. Well stopped heree what a good choice, nice staff older couple and lovely to speak to and get advise for the best way for eating scone, jam and clotted cream. 1 Jam first then...More
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We chanced upon The Old School House at the end of a walk along the coast after visiting the Sub-tropical Gardens. We were lucky, as we almost turned back thinking the village had nothing to offer the weary walker. How wrong we were! The tea...More
We only popped in for an end of walk cuppa but it's good old fashioned leaf tea with a strainer and a pot of hot water to top it up. Lovely. The cake selection is grand and they come in slices the size of the...More
We called in here for an early light lunch. It is a lovely building with a cute garden area full of flowering plants. It is a traditional tea room and serves traditional teas and lunches, etc all of which appear to be home baked and...More
This delightful tea room served lovely food; we sat in a sweet garden but there were two inside rooms too. The staff were helpful and friendly . The Homity Pie was just wonderful and thoroughly recommended.
This tea shop is perfect! From the chintzy decor to the welcoming staff it is no surprise that the food is first class. In a county which suffers from kitchens that close at 2:30 it was a joy to eat a late lunch and my...More
A proper tea room where you can indulge in the past. Lovely pictures and framed newspapers on wall, lots of tables but never felt packed and intrusive. Decent value for money (£6 odd for two scones, jam, cream and butter). Tea lovely (no tea bags...More