Bradford-on-Avon ~ Tea Shop

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Comments (18)

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on September 20, 2010

A building of great character..listed grade one I should think ;>)

Looks like a good place for tea and scones ;>)

Nice shot ;>)

Cheers

Jim

Rosalyn Hilborne on September 20, 2010

AXOTA Many thanks for comments. Yes, great for tea & scones, if you can get a seat!!

roeli bindels on July 13, 2011

enjoyed your english gallery very much, brought back lots of memories.......gr. from holland. roeli

Rosalyn Hilborne on July 13, 2011

roeli bindels,

I am so pleased you enjoyed my gallery and it brought back many memories. I shall take time to look at your gallery at the weekend. It looks very nice and, I am planning on visiting Holland in the near future. Best wishes, Rosa.

tmoj on January 31, 2012

Hi Rosa,

very interesting shot. The house doesn't look quite tip top, but may still be a top tea house! One more addition to my wish list for next trip to old England.

Best wishes, Timo

Rosalyn Hilborne on January 31, 2012

tmoj

Hi Timo, built in the 1600's and was originally a blacksmiths. I'm sure it's listed and cannot be changed. A good place to visit, it has a rare Saxon Chapel...and it's near Bath.

Best wishes, Ros.

keepclicking on March 3, 2012

A very pleasent morning wandering through many parts of England I know well, and the delights of discovery of places new. We must of tripped over each other at some time or another as our interests are very similar. Keep up the good work Rosa.

Rosalyn Hilborne on March 3, 2012

keepclicking

Thank you very much for taking a trip through my gallery. We may well have walked past each other! Did you see the Saxon Chapel in B-o-Avon? We have many of the same pictures which isn't surprising as they are popular tourist attractions. I like to wander around out of season, so to speak.

Thanks again for all your kind and humorous comments. Have a great weekend, Rosa.

keepclicking on March 3, 2012

I must of missed the chapel. I tend to do dawn raids on places before the hordes arrive, so often I don't have time to do all I want.

Rosalyn Hilborne on March 3, 2012

keepclicking

Looking at your pictures, you were very close to it. A beautiful little area. Maybe next time then.

keepclicking on March 3, 2012

I'll buy the breakfast, you buy the tea.

Rosalyn Hilborne on March 3, 2012

keepclicking

;~)You have to be early to get a table. I've never made it yet!

brian gillman on October 28, 2012

Looks cosy & inviting, love those frosted windows. If beer isn't available I'll sttle for tea, strong, none of that milky Earl Grey stuff.

Best wishes, Brian.

Rosalyn Hilborne on October 28, 2012

brian01

Oooh you've gone back a bit here Brian! If I remember rightly, beer was available ;-) Since I started using Yorkshire tea, I haven't bought any other!

Best wishes, Rosa.

Karl Pallinger on July 3

Hello Rosa, einfach herrlich romantisch dieser kleine Ort, könnte dierekt aus einem Märchen stammen, viele Grüße, karl

Rosalyn Hilborne on July 4

Karl Pallinger Good place for a cup of tea :) Thanks for your kind comments. Best regards, Rosa.

Superb old inn,Rosa,as I like.YSL.Very friendly,Jean-Pierre

Rosalyn Hilborne on July 11

Jean-Pierre Pourcine…

Thank you for the YSL Jean-Pierre. Can always get a good cup of tea here :) Best wishes, Rosa.

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