Nine of us called in on a hen party. Food was delicious teapot was refilled at no extra charge. Wonderful cakes to sample along with homemade chutney an jars of lemon curd to purchase.
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Situated on the A49 in the little village of Leebotwood between Shrewsbury and Church Stretton, it is well worth stopping here for breakfast/morning coffee/lunch/afternoon tea. The coffee is especially good. Car park is small so don't miss the entrance. Staff very welcoming, sociable and helpful....More
In short. This Little Tea Room is well worth a 10 minuet detour for an amazing breakfast or lunch. When traveling south on the A49 we came across this perfect tea room. We were ready for lunch as we had missed breakfast. After parking in...More
Really enjoyed pour second/third visits to The Copper Kettle - stopped off for a cappuccino in the morning, then for a cream tea with lemon curd in the afternoon
My friend and myself stopped off after a field trip for a sandwich. We found the person who served us condescending and less than friendly - this is a shame as it is a nice teashop which alas we won't be returning too again. A...More
It's not huge. It has a menu where things run out. It doesn't do burger and chips. But. It is small and cosy. It makes things that are actually home made. What it does do, it does really well. We stopped off on the way...More
We stopped at this tea-room whilst driving down to Hay on Wye. What a great find! The home-made soup was perfect and we finished off with home-made cakes to die for. Locals in the dining room confirmed that it's a great address. Cute decoration and...More