I was visiting my daughter in Cheltenham and wanted to go somewhere nice for lunch. We were lucky to get a table as quite afew people were turned away afterwards as the place is very small. There isn't any choice of coffee except filtered but it is a tea room after all. I had a cheese scone which wasn't your usual chedder cheese scone but nice all the same and my daughter had quiche and salad, again it was unusal (no chedder used) but still delicious.
We shared a slice of rhubard cake and cream, it was a difficult choice as all the cakes looked devine.
Prices are very reasonable, our bill came to £10.50 which was good value for money.
The table is set with pretty crockery and small dainty cutlery, and the service is friendly and helpfull. I will look forward to returning again as this place is a real gem.
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