Bea opened her tea rooms in May 2012 – but they belong to the 1940s. Wartime tunes warble from the wireless; bevelled mirrors stud the cream walls; embroidered tablecloths and sofas like your Gran had fill the room. If following protocol, your waitress will be vintage-garbed and sporting bright-red lipstick; even if not, the feel is delightfully old-school. The menu mixes some traditional favourites (boiled egg and soldiers; afternoon tea served on a tiered cake stand) with more modern fare (home-toasted muesli and goat's cheese toasties). Tea and coffee are posh, butter and cream from the local farm. Bea has plans for her basement too – knitting classes, poetry readings and 1940s make-up lessons are all on the cards.
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