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Once again Margaret Thornby has travelled Britain in search of tea rooms that meet her high standards for inclusion in this the fourth edition of the Guide to Tea Rooms of Britain. The result is a unique book that assures the reader it is worth travelling the extra mile simply to sample the excellent teas and fare on offer. Margaret Thornby insists on visiting each tea room personally, and always anonymously, ensuring that she receives the same service she would expect you, the reader, to enjoy.The entries in this book demonstrate the survival of the tea room amid fast food and drinks to go culture. Some are traditional, complete with lace tablecloths and flowered bone china; others more modern, yet none the less excellent in quality and worthy of a visit. There are tea rooms for the connoisseur of loose leaf teas; tea rooms for those who want magnificent home made cakes; tea rooms to sit and while away a few quiet hours; tea rooms in unusual places. A little Guide book to keep with you at all times on your travels.
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"A thoroughly refreshing volume" -- This England Winter 2001/02
"This little book is a quirky trip back in time and will delight those who know their Darjeeling from their Broken Orange Pekoe" -- The Observer 25/11/01 (travel supplement)
Includes a voucher to claim your FREE copy of tea magazine, a new quarterly publication aimed at those with a passion for tea drinking. Each issue of tea is crammed with tea and tea room talk to inform, intrigue, inspire and tantalise tea lovers
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Book Description Whitehill Publishing, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11095258381X
Book Description Whitehill Publishing, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M095258381X