Lovely double decker bus cafe, friendly staff & honey! Lots of interesting bee facts - and live bees in their hive!
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On this visit to Northumberland, I came to the tea room twice (hey, if its good enough to come back once it good enough for twice!). First visit was for Sunday dinner, the door sported a 'Full up' notice but luckily we had booked beforehand....More
Visited the Tea Room over a lunchtime with friends who were visiting from Germany. We each chose a different 'Tea' menu and ALL of us were delighted with what was served. The quantity was excellent as was the quality of the food. Service was also...More
Haven't been here for a couple of years and if anything the food was even better. Also the food shop for bits and pieces was a joy for my wife
Forget making your own, just take a trip out to the Oxford farm and buy the best meringues you've ever tasted!
Wanted somewhere for a quick cake and a cuppa and saw the signs for this place. Once we walked you could smell the home made chutneys been made in the back. Place is a bit tired, could do with a freshen up. All staff really...More
We only stopped for tea and scones and almost changed our minds as the exterior doesn't impress. The adjacent car park/aged caravan resting place also fails the ambience test. BUT, once inside we found friendly and efficient service, very generous pots of tea with extra...More
I only stopped for a cup of tea whilst at work, so can't comment on the food, tea was nice, hot, lovely clean cup and table. However the chintzy old fashioned style would have put me off stopping longer, it needs a kick into this...More