Belinda’s Tea Room – Arundel


Belinda's Tea Room in Arundel

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Inside Belinda's Tea Room in Arundel
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Inside Belinda's Tea Room in Arundel
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Cream tea at Belinda's Tea Room in Arundel
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Jam for sale at Belinda's Tea Room in Arundel
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A pot of loose-leaf tea at Belinda's Tea Room in Arundel




Fancy a cuppa in this 16th century barn where tea has been served since the 1920s – a stone’s-throw from the picture-book mediaeval castle?  The scones here are something special, and they let you choose whether it’s whipped or clotted cream…

Fancy a Cuppa? Book CoverFancy a Cuppa?

Fancy a Cuppa? reviews 50 places across the UK for a good cup of tea or coffee and a nice piece of cake, a scone or other local delicacy. This is not a ’50 best’ tea rooms or cafes guide. Rather it includes places that have a story to tell.

Read the full description of this book on the books page and if you like what you see you can buy it from there too.


Lots of options if you’re here for tea. You can get a good, strong pot of loose-leaf tea (Ceylon, Chinese Black or English Breakfast), but they’ll also do you a tea bag if you really want…There’s cream tea (two scones, cream, excellent jam made by a local farm and a pot of tea) for £5.80, but you can pay extra for whipped cream, or a bit less if you just want jam and butter. There’s a savoury tea with cheese scones; or an Afternoon Tea with sandwiches too (but that’s only for two people, at the reasonable charge of £14). Excellent quality – scones and cakes all baked in-house. Fantastic cheese scones served in a Fresh Savoury Tea with cream cheese and celery.  Great variety of cakes: the rock cakes; apple and mince pies; and Victoria Sponge looked the nicest. The tea is good but worth paying the 20p extra and getting loose-leaf. Home-made jams and chutney for sale too. – Revisited in November 2012.


13 Tarrant Street, Arundel BN18 9DG

Contact details

01903 882977

Web address

Opening Hours

9.00am – 5.00pm every day

Getting there

Arundel is a short drive off the main A27 20 miles west of Brighton and 11 miles east of Chichester.  Regular trains from London Victoria (about 1h30 away) to Bognor Regis (about 15mins).  Ten minute walk into town, crossing the River Arun.  Belinda’s is half way up the hill a short walk along Tarrant Street.

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