Sunday, December 13, 2009

Waterloo Tearoom, near Market Harborough

Walk south along the Brampton Valley Way from Market Harborough and after a mile or two you come to the Waterloo Tearoom. It is part of a leisure development involving chalets and fishing lakes that wasn't there a few years ago.

According to its website:

We offer the quintessential English tearoom experience. Situated next to rolling fields in our sympathetically converted Dutch Barn with a lovely large conservatory seating area available as well so you can enjoy the countryside views no matter what the weather. Come treat yourself to a delicious cream tea or a light lunch (homemade soups, baked potatoes and quiches) or our hearty freshly made dish of the day.

The Tearoom also now has a licenced bar so you can enjoy a glass of wine or pint of beer with your meal.

It also has Wi-fi, so I may just blog from there one day.


Simon Titley said...

I'd be suspicious of anywhere offering an "English tearoom experience".

dreamingspire said...

After walking through their front door, I would be tempted to say "Behind You". Or perhaps I should just ask for the experience and forget the monster behind it, 'cos I've never before seen a tearoom grafted onto a tin and brick monster like that.