We were in need of hot drinks after a long walk out in the cold, after finding one of the other tea rooms full up we decided to give this one a go as we'd never been before. I didn't get a good feeling walking up the stairs from the shop to it, it felt cold and smelt fusty. On entering the tea room, the owner greeted us in a grumpy manner and said we could have tea and scones or light bites, we explained we only wanted drinks as we knew we'd be meeting friends about an hour later for dinner, he then said we could have a take out. We both thought he was just pulling ours legs at first and was having a little joke with us, then came to realise he wasn't when he said "everyones eating" (there was only one other couple in there). We didn't like his abrupt and rude manner so hastily left again, thankful that we hadn't wasted our money here. We went to the Bulls Head instead and had a lovely cup of tea on a snug sofa in front of the fire.
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