The Cottage Tearoom has been covered on this site a couple of times before - both the early years and more recent times. The above advertisement dates from the 1990s, when traditional high teas were still a big selling point at the tearoom. At this time gifts were for sale in the shop side of the business (in the background in the photo below) while the restaurant area occupied the larger space in the foreground. The entrance was to the left out of shot and the kitchen to the rear of the shop. There were around six tables, each seating around four people. Specials were shown on the blackboards seen on the wall and the ladies in the photograph were regular customers.
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