Visit The Fourteas for all the fun of the forties without the rationing.
Step back in time to an era of good quality home cooked food, locally sourced ingredients and high quality friendly service.
Relax and listen to the likes of Vera Lynn and Glen Miller whilst sampling their famous Ivor Novello Afternoon tea, a tiered stand of freshly made sandwiches, home baked scones with strawberry jam and cream and a selection of dainty cakes, biscuits and pastries all accompanied by their own house blend tea. To complete the experience, why not indulge with a glass of chilled Prosecco.
Sway to the sounds of the Andrews Sisters whilst enjoying a pot of one of their wide selection of loose leaf teas, a delicious coffee or even Ovaltine. The Noel Coward hot chocolate with all the trimmings sounds wonderful.
There is always a good selection of homemade cakes on offer and of course the fabulous fruit, plain or cheese scones. They also serve light lunches, jacket potatoes and an all day Monty breakfast.
Upstairs is the Spitfire room, which can be booked for groups between 10 and 20. This is extremely popular for special birthdays and hen parties. There is no extra charge for booking this room but they do include a 10% service charge in the final bill. If you want an exclusive venue for just 4 people then their 1940s sitting room could be just the place for you, complete with sofa, chairs and a wind up gramophone.
In the warm weather they have a secluded tea terrace and beyond that a large garden with an original Anderson shelter. So enjoy a glass of wine or maybe even a Pimms in the Peace Garden away from the crowds.