Perfectly situated at Bellingham Station the Carriages Tea Room offers a warm welcome and a unique dining experience. Passengers can enjoy a range of light lunches, freshly baked scones and homemade cakes on board the 1957 Mk 1 carriages.
The rear carriage forms part of The Heritage Centres exhibit of the history of the Wannie Line, combine a visit to Carriages with a visit to Bellinghams acclaimed small museum for an interesting day out.
The Carriages are also ideally located with ample free parking to enable visitors to enjoy a visit to the waterfall at nearby Hareshaw Linn and explore the village of Bellingham with its historic buildings and shops.
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Fabulous afternoon tea
TheGeordieExplorer, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, United Kingdom
I took my mam here for a Mother’s Day treat along with my dad and sister. We all got the celebration afternoon tea and words cannot describe how amazing it was, the food was amazing! The quiches and sausage rolls were homemade and so were the cakes. We all enjoyed it and will definitely return in future
JulieB03, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Made a trip to the tea room after reading the reviews. The food was lovely, especially the scones, cheese and the jam & cream. The staff were lovely too. There is a seating area outside if the weather is nice where you can sit if you have a dog. The only negative was that the place was quite cluttered and there were loads of dirty dishes piled up.Will definitely be returning though when next in the area for one of those cream scones.
A real novelty
DBellarby, Keswick, United Kingdom
One of the best tuna melts ever. Great ambience. It was recommended by our camp site. It didn’t disappoint.
What a glorious place
lala796, Sunderland, United Kingdom
Stopped here after a walk to the waterfall, home made soup and then a slice of cake, yum. Really welcoming atmosphere, quirky and we will definitely be going again.
Sheila L, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
After a walk up to Hareshaw Linn we fancied some coffee and cake but I wanted to avoid the rude woman at the pub, so followed the signs out of the village to the Carriages. Lovely! Home cooked everything in a quirky setting. I'll definitely return and have recommended it to people already.