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Take time for tea in a cosy café with a moreish slab of ‘border tart’ or call coffee time in a castle or stately house garden terrace.

Howick Hall Gardens & Arboretum is the home of Earl Grey

Howick Hall Gardens & Arboretum is the home of Earl Grey

Northumberland has a discernable tea heritage. One of Britain’s toasted tea connoisseurs was Earl Grey, for whom the world-famous tea was created.  Head to his former home at Howick Hall Gardens for a unique tea experience. In the elegant Earl Grey Tea House where you can take tea as it was originally meant to taste.

Settle back in the fireside leather armchairs of Barter Books in Alnwick, one of the largest antiquarian and second hand book stores, as a model train laps overhead.  Or board the Bellingham Heritage Centre’s The Carriages Tearooms for a bite aboard a 1950s train carriage?

Take time for tea in a cosy café with a moreish slab of ‘border tart’ or call coffee time in a castle or stately house garden terrace.

Howick Hall Gardens & Arboretum is the home of Earl Grey

Howick Hall Gardens & Arboretum is the home of Earl Grey

Northumberland has a discernable tea heritage. One of Britain’s toasted tea connoisseurs was Earl Grey, for whom the world-famous tea was created.  Head to his former home at Howick Hall Gardens for a unique tea experience. In the elegant Earl Grey Tea House where you can take tea as it was originally meant to taste.

Settle back in the fireside leather armchairs of Barter Books in Alnwick, one of the largest antiquarian and second hand book stores, as a model train laps overhead.  Or board the Bellingham Heritage Centre’s The Carriages Tearooms for a bite aboard a 1950s train carriage?

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The Joiners Arms is your very own village inn; a haven for lovers of fresh, locally sourced food served up with a contemporary flourish and drinkers of all tastes. ...
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Kirkharle Lake and Courtyard is home to a coffee house and a range of unique arts and crafts workshops, individual shops and galleries, all set in a historic farm courtyard. ...
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Dubbed “The River Cottage of the North” by Luxe magazine (2013), and renowned as the place to find the traditional tastes of Hadrian’s Wall country, Vallum is a unique and growing co ...
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Open 7 days a week. A lovely friendly cafe & tea room located in the centre of Bellingham, offering delicious home cooked food at reasonable prices. Serving breakfasts, lunches and afternoon teas ...
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Welcome to Otterburn Mill in the heart of Wild Redesdale in Northumberland. Famous for the Otterburn Pram and Cot Rugs, we also sell a wide range of traditional clothing and have established ourselve ...

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