What The Tea Council Has To Say About Us
The Georgian Tea Rooms, in the historic heart of Bridlington's quaint old town, is a delightful stopping-off point on a seaside excursion. The fully restored 3 storey building houses lovely tea rooms filled with antique tables and chairs, with truly home-cooked produce, extending outdoors to large, picturesque and peaceful patio gardens to the rear, complete with antique fountain! Sit and sip tea while the cockerells crow, the seagulls cry and the bells from the ancient Priory church ring out. Upstairs the Georgian Rooms houses a dozen or so antique and collectables showrooms - a specialist shoppers paradise. Leave at least a couple of hours for this one!
We were awarded a Tea Rooms Of Distinction Silver Star in 2004.
What Les Routiers Has To Say About Us
Diane Davison’s traditional tea rooms are part of one the most complete Georgian high streets in Britain. This historic quarter of Bridlington is a source of pride and tourism for the old town, tucked a mile inland from the better-known bustling seaside resort. The tea rooms are on the ground floor of a fine Grade II-listed building, forming part of a three-floored antique emporium. The spacious rooms have a welcoming glow, with walls painted in striking yellows and greens and highly polished wooden tables. There is a fantastic patio and garden dominated by a central fountain. What you get are reassuringly British favourites. Breakfast starts the day, a full English perhaps, vegetarian medley or a breakfast bap filled with sausage or bacon, then the menu moves on to snacks of filled jacket potatoes, salads, toasted sandwiches and creamed mushrooms on toast as well as those teashop stalwarts of toasted teacakes, homemade scones and other irresistible cakes and pastries. The coffee and tea selection is wide and includes flavoured milks and coffees. The tea rooms also cater for private functions.
We won Cafe Of The Year in 2001