The Bridges Tea Room in Bradford-on-Avon which is also included on the 'must visit' list of tea rooms. The village of Bradford-on-Avon has narrow streets, historic buildings and charming architecture. When we asked about the location of the tea room, they told us to walk across the bridge and look for the building that appears to be falling down. We found it!
In its former life, the building was a blacksmith's cottage dating back to 1502. Now housing the tea room, they proudly advertise that they are double winners of the UK's top tea rooms receiving a 'near perfect' score awarded by the prestigious UK Tea Council.
Vintage charm in every nook and corner. We were ushered up to the second floor where our waitress, dressed in Victorian costume, took our order.
|Bridges Cream Tea|
|Victoria Sponge Cake|