Stone Close Tearoom and Guest House

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Coronavirus news (updated 23 March 2021)

With so much talk in the media about not being able to book an overseas holiday this summer, why not give the UK a try?
No isolation on your return, supporting the UK economy and a lower carbon footprint! Win, win, win.
Take a look at our website and see our beautiful 17th century B&B and tea room.
The calendars are kept up-to-date by ourselves and any deposits taken are refundable up to 14 days before your visit under normal conditions and fully refundable should Covid19 restrictions change and prevent travel.#staycation.

A warm welcome awaits visitors at this 17th century Grade II-listed village Tea Room which was once two separate cottages. Many of the internal features are original, adding to the character and charm of the property.

Whether calling in for morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea, or staying overnight in one of the three guest rooms, visitors are made to feel as welcome as possible.

The emphasis is on good quality, well-cooked local ingredients with owners Andrew and Alison supporting local suppliers and using fresh, local, seasonal ingredients wherever possible.

The paintings and photographs on display include works by Andrew and his father, artist Geoffrey Cowton of Glendale Studio.

Well behaved dogs are welcome in the Tea Room and in the en-suite Twin/ Super king.


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Contact person Andrew or Alison
Phone 01539 625231
Phone 07956 339689
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