My husband and I had a delightful time, we had bellini cocktails and afternoon tea. We rang when they opened and asked if they could fit us in as we were in the area and they were more than accomodating. When we arrived they were busy but had reserved a table by the window for us. The service was very good, not overly fussy allowing us to enjoy the wonderful afternoon tea. We enjoyed the relaxed 1930's atmosphere and lovely surroundings, with the temptation of buying something to take home from the selection of tasteful ceramic and glass decorating the Tea house. When we were unable to eat all of the wonderful cakes they very kindly packaged them to take home to enjoy later. I would most certainly go again to explore the other items on their menu and other areas of the tea house, it is wonderfully set out on three levels each with their own atmosphere.
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