From the moment you enter the newly opened tea room in Hurstbourne Tarrant, North Hampshire you feel at home. Everything proprietor Jenni Danks has envisioned here has come to life, from soft leather sofas, rustic painted chairs, vintage outdoor seating and loose leaf teas. Why would you not be impressed?
The drinks alone and stunning locally made cakes on display will have your mouth watering and the servings are huge, so you have been warned and light lunches are catered for also.
In addition to the home comforts there is also the convenience of various local artisan crafts and creations on display from leather and suede handbags, pre-loved clothes, organic bath salts and soaps, cushions, bunting, chutneys and much, much more.
In this fantastic weather a real benefit is the air conditioning, a must for my elderly companion as well as my little one. t miss a moment of the sun and relax in the fully enclosed tea garden where children can roam without the worry of any escapees.
The little but essential details have all again been thought through from a spacious changing room (enough room for the pram, hurrah!) with potty training equipment, to low level sinks for the all-important hand washing ceremony, making a visit stress-free and a truly welcomed and recommended social spot for all.
Ideal for Mums to gather with their young or if you simply want to log on with free wifi for a little ‘me time’, good food, great retail therapy and an easy location; be sure to experience all that is on offer at ‘The Tea Cosy’.
Don’t forget to visit for the Mad Hatters Tea Party on 2nd August and look out for more activities for the Summer Holidays too. Keep up to date via their Facebook Page.