My husband and I took his parents here for afternoon tea, an offer we had bought on Groupon. The cafe area is not very big but pleasant, with easily accessible toilets (important point for my in laws with mobility problems). We had spicy parsnip soup with a warm roll, followed by a pot of tea with a scone, jam and cream. It was all fresh and we enjoyed it, altho we thought it was a bit unusual to have soup as part of an afternoon tea. We didn't visit the cottage or garden - it shuts at 4pm so we didn't have time after our tea, but we'll probably go back for a look round. We hadn't realised this place existed until seeing it on Groupon, despite living in the region for over 20 years! There are a few crafty bits and bobs and some books on John Clare for sale but there may have been more in the cottage that we didnt see.
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