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“Lovely tea rooms.”

Exford Bridge Tea Rooms
Ranked #2 of 3 Restaurants in Exford
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$1 - US$14
Description: Now open 7 days a week from 8am. Offering an exciting breakfast range to satisfy every appetite, light lunches, superb pies, cream teas and high afternoon tea. All ingredients are locally sourced and we pride ourselves on our personally selected ingredients. Offering full barista coffee range served by our fully trained staff. The Exford Bridge Tea Rooms is situated in the heart of Exmoor, with its own free car park. Nestled within the centre of Exford village, backing onto the village green with generous children’s playing apparatus. Family & Dog friendly, free wi-fi, barister coffee and gluten free options available. From May we will be offering a full range of ice cream desserts and milkshakes!
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Description: Now open 7 days a week from 8am. Offering an exciting breakfast range to satisfy every appetite, light lunches, superb pies, cream teas and high afternoon tea. All ingredients are locally sourced and we pride ourselves on our personally selected ingredients. Offering full barista coffee range served by our fully trained staff. The Exford Bridge Tea Rooms is situated in the heart of Exmoor, with its own free car park. Nestled within the centre of Exford village, backing onto the village green with generous children’s playing apparatus. Family & Dog friendly, free wi-fi, barister coffee and gluten free options available. From May we will be offering a full range of ice cream desserts and milkshakes!
Reviewed 21 June 2013

We called in here twice on the same day, before and after our Exmoor Safari. On both occasions we had our lab with us who was made to feel welcome, as were we.
Great choice of food, all home cooked and yummy. We had the cheese scone first time round and toasted tuna sarnie on the second visit. Both lovely.
No hesitations in returning here.

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Reviewed 15 June 2013

Sadly we didn't make it into the tea room because as we parked we were accosted by a woman shouting at us from the tea room door about parking in the tea room car park. Sadly this put us off going into the tea room and unfortunately gave us a negative view of Exmoor.

4  Thank Bindi42
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tearoomtom, Owner at Exford Bridge Tea Rooms, responded to this reviewResponded 19 June 2013

Our car park is a large car park fronting the road and opposite our tearooms.
When we see people parking and then going to the Pub next door, we politely ask them to move there car.
If they are deciding whether to go to the Pub or come to our Tearooms just pop in and tell us. We do understand.

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Reviewed 15 May 2013

Dropped in with 4 friends at about 1530 to escape the rain and have a bite to eat. "No, it's not too early for tea, come in." Cream tea was traditional and the scones were very light. A fair selection of cakes and a good strong pot of tea with a jug of hot water to allow second cups! Decor may not be to everyone's taste, but it is spotlessly clean, seats are comfortable and well behaved dogs and children are made welcome.

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Reviewed 19 March 2013

Stopped in for lunch on a thoroughly wet miserable day. Lovely warm atmosphere, good home made food at a pretty good price. Hot drinks were tasty and the chilli was excellent.

Thank Pelmob
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Reviewed 21 December 2012

I reckon our family have been coming here since the fifties, dont really like the bright colour, not very exmoor, much more of the green cups simple decor and the best cream teas only second the the tea rooms at horner

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