It is always a pleasure to visit this friendly tearoom with its own brand of eccentricity. Situated in an old railway shed the interior is rather quirky but welcoming with lots of information about the local countryside. The homemade cakes are always good and tea is served from vintage china cups and saucers. On the borders of Derbyshire and Staffordshire in the hamlet of Hulme End between Hartington and Warslow, the place is popular with walkers and cyclists, being very near to the Manifold way and there is parking outside.
I like the fact that there is a TV screen with videos of local wildlife playing - with muted sound - not intrusive but something interesting. You get the feeling that the proprietor really wants to involve her visitors in natural surroundings of the locality.
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