I visited with 2 family members to have tea and cake on a fairly busy, freezing cold afternoon. Parking nearby was difficult but I was prepared to make the effort and pay the onstreet meter prices as I thought my mother-in-law would like to see the pottery and enjoy a cup of tea in the cafe. Instead of being shown to an available table (there were several) with a warm welcome, there was some hesitation and it felt as if our arrival had posed a problem. We sat at a table of our choice in the end but were encouraged to get up and go to another one, in case, as the waitress explained, a larger party arrived whereupon we would 'have to move'. The larger party never arrived. We enjoyed our tea and cake and then made some purchases in the pottery shop, where we were served by a delightfully friendly assistant. It is a shame that our initial greeting could not have come from her.
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