At the Cragg Sisters Tearoom we have a love of all things tea...
We offer a large range of loose leaf teas, with feature teas appearing
and a selection of cafetiere coffees.
All of our food is homemade - fresh scones baked daily
and a changing selection of cakes, soups and
salads (during the warmer months).
We use local seasonal produce where possible. Please see our: Tea & drinks menu / food menu
OUR COSY TEA SERVICE
We aim to give a warm welcome and friendly, relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy your tea. Outside seating is available throughout the summer.
We also have a love of vintage china and pretty things and believe that tea is best enjoyed when drunk out of our mis-match bone china.
We can also offer a vintage party service in your own home - please call us for further details.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT US
nother joy of going back to the same place year after year is seeing what has changed, and this year the new highlight was the fact that the Cragg Sisters Tea Room on the High Street is in new hands, very capable cake-baking hands at that, and well worth a visit or three
Jane Brocket- Author / visit her blog
THINGS FOR SALE
We have a selection of our loose leaf teas for sale as well as locally crafted tea cosies and Cragg Sisters gift vouchers.
TEA BY THE SEA
In addition to taking tea in the comfort of the tearoom we will be offering our “tea by the sea” service once the weather warms up.
These will be full afternoon teas, finger sandwiches, scones, cake and a tea of choice all packed for your enjoyment in one of our wicker hampers (please contact to order in advance)......
Our 2012 competition was to craft a teapot coaster with proceeds going towards the RNLI
Knit a tea cosy competition - Our knit a tea cosy competition was a great success we raised over £400 which was split between the Woman's Aid and Camfed charities!
Pillowcase dress tea party - Over 40 pillowcase dresses were made for the dress a girl charity www.dressagirlaroundtheworld.com they will be distributed to little girls in countries such as Uganda and Malawi where they are not always fortunate enough to own their own dress.