Take your pick. Every corner of Northumberland has a tearoom with charm and character. Each of the following have something special, be it excellent food, locally sourced produce, superb location or the world’s best hot chocolate. Here are just a few of our favourites:
The Copper Kettle – at Bamburgh, full of traditional charm.
Wyndenwell – Amazing coffee and ice cream! Also at Bamburgh!
The Running Fox – at Felton, amazing afternoon teas with pan haggarty to die for. Pan Haggarty is a traditional Northumbrian vegetarian side dish containing potatoes, onion and cheese. Nom nom.
Cabosse – The. Best. Hot. Chocolate. In. The. World!… and patisserie chocolates! Find this little gem at Warkworth.
The Carriages – of Bellingham. One of our all-time favourite chillout tearooms. Whenever Kev is exhausted (example: on return from The Mongol Rally) this is where he wants to go. Set in an old railway carriage. Good traditional home fayre.
The White Monk Tearooms – Set in the historic heart of Blanchland Village. Tasty food and good for gluten free.
The House of Meg – in Gilsland. Located on the Northumberland/Cumbria Border. Handy if you are doing a walk over that way.
Our Castles of the Coast tour gives you the opportunity to visit three of our favourite tearooms in one day!