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Not too easy too find but a lovely location in the grounds of the old estate. We visited at lunchtime and whilst it was cold wet and miserable outside, it was warm cosy and friendly inside. The menu seems rather limited, but the BLT was...More
Visited these tearooms many many times for the beautiful walks followed by amazing tea and scones.... However we were bitterly disappointed today to find that all the trees had been cut down ,leaving behind a trail of muddy, ugly destruction... the walk was not the...More
Gorgeous old dairy buildings, very quirky antique/vintage shops and a quaint little tearoom with home-made food! Be patient with the staff there is normally only one person on duty. try the Welsh rare-bit :)
Decided to go on a Saturday for coffee and a scone. Coffee was nice but no scones at all only a toasted teacake or slices of cake. The walks from the cafe were lovely but disappointed with the selection at the cafe and will not...More
My boyfriend and I have tried a lot of scones in our adventures all over the UK, but the mammoth ones we tucked into in the Old Melrose Tea Rooms were by some distance the best we've ever had. Full of deliciously buttery flavour and...More
had a light lunch here yesterday .very tasty welsh (melrose)rarebit and friend had tuna sandwiches and home made leek and potato soup ,decent menu and she said her latte was delicious . great location with woodland and river walks for the dogs and a gingerbread...More
Fab antique shop, gifts and books. Beautiful little coffee shop with most old features still intact but - freezing cold, ok but cool reception from staff, the worst latte I've ever had ( left it ), coffee and walnut cake um fresh yes, home made...More