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Tea and coffee for all Seasons in Redcar

We’re relatively regular visitors to Redcar. Not actually for the coffee and tea, which is our motive for most trips, but for the wonderful Regent Cinema, which sits literally on the beach here (so low down in fact that they … Continue reading

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Combining the ancient and the modern for coffee at Lordstones

It took a while to find the Lordstones, up on the north west edge of the North York Moors, especially with its postal address being Chop Gate (3 miles away). But it was well worth the search. Great coffee and … Continue reading

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Let’s hear it for Luby’s – a tea room in Cross Hills

There’s a wonderful tea room called Luby’s, in a place called Cross Hills, that just made it into our Fancy a Cuppa? tour of North Yorkshire. I say ‘just’, because I’d never actually heard of Cross Hills until a friendly lady from … Continue reading

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