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Ambleside ...The Old Mill Tea Rooms alongside the lower reaches of Stock Ghyll. Also known as The Giggling Goose

Ambleside ...The Old Mill Tea Rooms alongside the lower reaches of Stock Ghyll. Also known as The Giggling Goose

The Old Rectory Tea Room, Castle Combe.  The building which once housed the rectory was constructed in 1400.

The Old Rectory Tea Room, Castle Combe. The building which once housed the rectory was constructed in 1400.

Afternoon Tea at The Rubens at the Palace in Belgravia, opposite Buckingham Palace. London

Afternoon Tea at The Rubens at the Palace in Belgravia, opposite Buckingham Palace. London

Take afternoon tea at The English Tea Rooms at Brown's Hotel (the oldest hotel in London) where Rudyard Kipling wrote most of The Jungle Book. A true  'afternoon tea' experience.

Take afternoon tea at The English Tea Rooms at Brown's Hotel (the oldest hotel in London) where Rudyard Kipling wrote most of The Jungle Book. A true 'afternoon tea' experience.

Badgers Hall is the quintessential English Tea Room which has established the highest reputation for freshly made food & mouth watering cakes.A Step back in time.Situated in the beautiful old Cotwolds market town of Chipping Campden.The building is of honey colored Cotswold stone dating from the 15th century w/ mullioned windows & exposed beams.It stands almost opposite the historic market hall built in 1627 by Sir Baptist Hicks for the sale of local produce.

Badgers Hall is the quintessential English Tea Room which has established the highest reputation for freshly made food & mouth watering cakes.A Step back in time.Situated in the beautiful old Cotwolds market town of Chipping Campden.The building is of honey colored Cotswold stone dating from the 15th century w/ mullioned windows & exposed beams.It stands almost opposite the historic market hall built in 1627 by Sir Baptist Hicks for the sale of local produce.

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