Having found a lovely advert for this tearoom in the local parish magazine of the holiday cottage we were staying in, we looked this place up on Facebook.
We noted a dog sat in front of a warming fire on their cover picture so assumed we could take our dog. This proved to be misleading,dogs were not allowed!
Service was warm and friendly and the surroundings pleasant.
The broth soup was tasty but the accompanying sliced white bread didn't suit the image of a farm kitchen, nor did the bread for the toasties. Whilst quite tasty the bread could have been better than the standard supermarket fare. The milkshakes went down well with our daughters and the homemade cakes and biscuits were delicious.
With a few simple changes the tearoom could be even better.
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