Been here twice now and on both occasions it hasn’t disappointed. There’s something for everyone in this quirky slice of nostalgia with it’s wonderful traditional tea rooms set amongst numerous 40’s antiques. Traditional tea or coffee and an assortment of home made cakes and scones are served in china cups and saucers with plates to match! Even the placemats are worth examining as each one is a newspaper of those wartime years contained in a protective sleeve bu available to read whilst you await service. Antiques are numerous and varied from a 1940’s motorcycle sitting proudly in the window and available for purchase to facsimiles of wartime ration books and posters. In addition, there is a good selection of military artefacts and memorabilia on offer. Be sure to visit the bathroom during your visit, I won’t go into detail otherwise it’ll spoil that particular treat. Much more than a cafe, this is an experience not to be missed.
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