This place is very Southwold - bunting, vintage china and lots of blue and white ticking. We liked the characterful attention to detail: floral table decorations in teapots, order numbers issued with little playing cards, soft blankets and comfortable cushions on the outside seats, even the upturned boat skeleton with a table at the side of the boating lake.
It's a lovely, tranquil spot for a cuppa. The only thing I'd say is that if the cafe is making the effort to serve full afternoon teas so prettily, it would be really nice if they could offer looseleaf instead of teabags, which can make tea rather weak and not very easy to stretch. Also, the service was a bit slow - but these are niggling deficiencies in an otherwise charming venue.
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