Tudor Rose Tea Rooms
|Open All Year|
|1 Jan 2015 - 31 Dec 2015|
* *March - October; 9am-6pm
*November - February; 10am-5pm
These traditional tea rooms are set in listed premises dating from 1640 when New Street was new.
Many a famous old sea dog would have passed by on the way to his ship and, who knows, may have rested a while and enjoyed a brew. We are also happy to cater for private functions with the Elizabethan Gardens offering a perfect setting for your wedding ceremony and reception as well as host of other family events.
We serve delicious homemade dishes, sandwiches, salads, jacket potatoes, as well as traditional Cream Teas with tasty cups of teas and coffees. A childrens menu is also available.
To book a table, please call 01752 255502
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