Attached to their vintage shop is Cox and Belouney’s Tea Room. Which serve their own blends of tea in ‘Granny’s china’.
I was in a bit of a rush, so as I didn’t have time for a full cream tea, I tried Ethels Cream Tea – a blend of Ceylon, white chocolate pieces, strawberry slices and roman chamomile flowers. It was delicious, and the waitress recommended a splash of milk which made it even more scrummy. I wish I could have lingered longer in that lovely tea room.