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Beau’s Tea Rooms – Beaumaris, Anglesey

  Description How about a Welsh High Tea for under a fiver in this 400-year-old cottage, with Bara Brith or Welsh cakes, all served on delicate bone china? Just don’t try the cakes in the window: they’re all knitted… Fancy … Continue reading

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Truffles Café – Ironbridge

  Description This café was once the local co-op in the town known for being the birthplace of the industrial revolution and site of the world’s first iron bridge.  Look out onto what used to be a ‘squalid’ town street … Continue reading

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Rose Cottage Café – Castleton

  Description Until the 1970s, the owners of this 15th century cottage had to leave the front and back doors open 24 hours a day because it was built on a right of way for coffin bearers from nearby Edale … Continue reading

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