When I first arrived I was shown around most of the hall and was really impressed with the good blending of history and style in the tea rooms and the meeting rooms that are often used for glorious wedding receptions . The tea rooms were rich in varnished wood panelling and particularly "very English " tea cups and crockery . It has undergone expensive restoration that though a historic building has added even more polish . The lunch we ate with a friend was very well prepared and tasteful . The waitresses gave good service . We also met the owner and his wife who were fine people to meet . Even though a tea room , the atmosphere was deluxe . highly recommended .
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