Historic tea rooms. Lovely lunch in a pleasant setting. Friendly service. Afternoon teas also available.
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Called yesterday afternoon after a lovely walk around Derwent Reservoir place busy but still got a seat ordered two milky coffees a cheese scone and a toasted teacake everything was good! If a little overpriced coffee came in a small mug £2.50 not used to...More
Lovely village and fantastic building ,the old school .We were welcomed on arrival and given a table straight away. Our dog was made to feel welcome and even had her own biscuit. The menu was inviting and we chose the two panini's. They were served...More
Visited today with my Mam and puppy after having a walk around Blanchland on a lovely day. We sat outside in the garden area, in which dogs were welcome. It has a lovely calming atmosphere and was really clean and tidy. Waitresses were nice and...More
A welcoming cafe for all here in blanchlands. Plenty of history.We has a lovely homemade soup with bread. Scrummy. Will return when visiting the area again
Lovely inside but lacks the character of the Lord Crewe Arms pub a few doors down the road. I love a good afternoon tea so ordered one. It was well priced at £9 and included a pot off coffee, four little triangle sandwiches, a scone...More
Although we had to wait outside for 20 minutes, it was worth it. Delicious home made cake, perfect cafetière of great coffee, fluffy scones and a lovely selection for light lunches at reasonable prices. Much much better than the Crewe Arms!