We stopped for tea and soup at lunchtime in this lovely village. Staff were busy talking to what must have been friends sat at one of the tables and didn't seem particularly interested in customers coming in. Lots of chatter and not much table clearing, a smile wouldn't have gone a miss! Lentil soup and a def not 'homemade' roll, although the soup was tasty and very hot. The menu's back page has a little back ground on the tea rooms, basically telling us about it first being turned into a tea room in 1956 etc. As a customer you can't help wondering the spinsters who set the tea rooms up may be turning in their grave! The crockery could do with replacing, although the tea rooms are beautiful inside with the lovely wood panelling etc. It wouldn't go a miss for their to be a lock on the ladies door!
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