Category Archives: The South – from Kent to Hampshire

The Moat Tea Rooms – Canterbury

    Description Excellent loose-leaf tea in a beautiful old timber-framed building in the heart of Canterbury. And it’s a very welcoming family-run tea room. You can’t ask for more than that. The review of this tea room will appear … Continue reading

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St Martin’s Organic Coffee House – Chichester

    Description England’s first organic tea rooms were opened in this beautifully-restored 16th century house. That was in 1975 and they’re still serving great tea and cakes today. Top spot for afternoon tea in Chichester, but no cream tea … Continue reading

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Forte Tea Rooms – Winchester

  Description The ceiling fans and décor almost give this place the feel of a 1950s movie set, but I bet they didn’t serve cream teas of this quality back then. Great place for afternoon tea. The review of this … Continue reading

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