Tea Treasures in the English Countryside

Text and Photography by Cindy-Lou Dale

Like all of England, the rural landscape is manicured, clean, and precise — the habits of an old and fastidious land where the great British tradition of an afternoon tea in a quirky, worn-around-the-edges tearoom is requisite. A short train ride from London will have you rolling through the vastness of English countryside—all of it achingly beautiful—delivering you to remote little temples of great tea and ambience.


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