Here are listed tearooms that have been sighted but not visited. I usually try to find places with more than one tearoom, in case one is too busy or closed when I visit. This inevitably means that some interesting establishments get missed.
Treacle’s Tea Shop, Chiddingfold
This appeared to temporarily close just after we arrived, so we travelled on elsewhere. Rather unusually for a tearoom, it closed quite early in the afternoon, with its latest closing time being 3.30 pm. It closed permanently during 2019.
The Hidden Treasure Tea Room, Exeter
The Hidden Treasure was closed on the days I was in Exeter. With relatively few tables for those taking tea, it’s perhaps not surprising that its website strongly recommends those wishing to take tea should book a table. Its reviews seem very good.
The Singing Kettle Tea Shoppe, Dartmouth
Not a single seat spare on the day I visited, so I headed off to the Dartmouth Castle Tea Rooms, just over a mile away.
Huffkins Cotswolds Bakery & Tea Rooms, Cheltenham
The main branch of Huffkins Cotswolds Bakery & Tea Rooms in Cheltenham is on the first floor of the John Lewis store. I instead chose their Little Huffkins branch a short walk away.
Jenny’s Tea Shop, Harrogate
Jenny’s Tea Shop in Montpelier Mews looks like it offers a more cosy setting for those taking tea in Harrogate than that town’s best know tearooms. Although I was in Harrogate for almost a week, I was away from the town during the opening hours of this tea room.
Scott’s Eatery & Tearoom, Knaresborough
This small establishment on Jockey Lane had only been open a couple of months when I visited in Knaresborough in April 2019, replacing The Tiny Tea Room at the same location.
Helene’s Tea Room, Skipton
I’d had plans to try several tearooms during a day in Skipton but, having been very well fed at the Three Sheep Tea House, alas I had to give Helene’s a miss.
Folly Tearoom and Garden, Holt
The Folly Tearoom is in Hoopers Yard, a small yard of boutique shops, is entered through an archway. The tearoom itself is quite small, with more seating outside than in.
Starfish Tea Shop and Café, Sheringham
The Starfish Tea Shop in Sheringham is close to the railway stations.
Ye Olde Tea Room, Sheringham
Closed long ago and now a dwelling. The last evidence I can find of it trading is from 2010.
Henry’s Coffee Shop and Tea Store, Cromer
I mistook this small frontage as being the whole coffee shop and tearoom. It actually has a large corner site to the right of this photo. Except for the part in this photo, which has dining chairs and tables, the looks quite relaxed with leather chairs and sofas.
The Old Tea Rooms, Aylsham
The Old Tea Rooms are on Lion Street in Aylsham. Alas I didn’t have time to try their offerings.
Charlotte’s Cafe Tea Rooms, Hoveton
Charlotte’s Cafe Tea Rooms in Hoveton – a settlement which gives the impression of a seaside resort transplanted to the Norfolk Broads – opened in 2016.
Touching Souls Tea Room, Tewkesbury
The Touching Souls Tea Room is run by volunteers of Tewkesbury Abbey. Although open every day, it has rather limited opening hours. Unusually for a tearoom, it closes very early in the afternoon, except on Sundays. On the day I visited Tewkesbury, Touching Souls was very busy. so I couldn’t try their very reasonably priced offerings.
The English Chocolate Company Chocolates & Tea Rooms, Salisbury
This former chocolatier and tea rooms in Salisbury was the subject of many highly critical reviews online, mainly about the quality of its service. It closed early in 2019. Previously known as Robert Lewis Chocolates & Tea Rooms
Laburnum Cottage Tea Rooms & Garden, Shanklin
This tearoom appeared to be temporarily closed when I visited in September 2020.
Old Thatch Teashop, Shanklin
Claiming to be the best tea room & tea garden in the Isle of Wight, it doesn’t face extensive competition for that title.
Lady Scarlett’s Tea Parlour, Ventnor
At the time of my visit this seafront tearoom was open Thursdays to Sundays only, but has since extended its hours to open daily.
Grand View Tea Gardens, Shanklin
This tea garden is part of the neighbouring Luccombe Hall and Luccombe Manor hotels.
Daisy’s Bakery and Tea Rooms, Sandown
Sandown’s two tearooms face each other across the town’s High Street. On the day of my visit, I chose the opposition.
Cinders Tea Room, Shanklin
Until March 2020 this was “Cinderella’s Tea Room and Dress Shop” but once it reopened after the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown dropped the dress shop side of the business and since June has been “Cinders Tea Room”.
Cactus Tea Rooms & Bistro, Weymouth
The Cactus Tea Rooms & Bistro is the largest tea room in Weymouth and has good reviews, but was unexpectedly closed on the occasion of my visit to Weymouth.