We went to the tea room as a family of four, I think it was £1.80 each for fizzy for the kids (5 labelled tins were produced), the cappacino ordered was obviously a nescafe sachet, flavourless and expensive, it certainly was not fresh. The food itself... I had a bacon, brie and cranberry baguette, this was actually quite nice. The others had a turkey and stuffing baguette, egg and bacon sandwich and a bacon sandwich, bread slightly stale and I think the standard supermarket products, nothing special.
The staff in their dated uniform were polite and friendly but unfortunately this was cheap home food at an astonishingly premium price. My advice walk up the road, enjoy the gorge and find a cafe at the top of the hill. The higher you get the nicer the setting.
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