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N for Northallerton, B for Bettys, C for Clervaux

The Fancy a Cuppa? tea room and coffee shop reviews normally focus exclusively on small, independent venues that are one-offs, run by local people with their own story to tell. For our visit to North Yorkshire’s county town, we decided … Continue reading

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An early bath for the coffee shop in Ely, but the place is awash with tea rooms

The ducks – and probably the eels – were having a ball as I sloshed into Ely this week in search of coffee and tea. Ely was once an island, surrounded mainly by swamps that baffled even William the Conqueror’s … Continue reading

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Bit of a trek to Truro, but this is a destination place for coffee and tea

I love it when a place as small as Truro comes up trumps with the perfect sort of coffee shop and tea room for the Fancy a Cuppa? tour. What I didn’t realise until I looked things up AFTER the … Continue reading

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