Miss Marple's Tea Rooms is a homage to the Agatha Christie character. It is full of old world charm and you can order traditional dishes such as devonshire tea or plougman's lunch.
Inspired by Agatha Christie’s delightful character and housed in an historic Tudor-style building in the tiny village of Sassafras, Miss Marple’s cosy ambience is well regarded. A bowl of hearty soup served with a crusty roll or the famous Devonshire scones laden with homemade jam and whipped cream all make it worth the drive ...read more
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We came up with overseas guests for an afternoon tea. We had been praising the lovely warm and welcoming atmosphere of Miss Marples. The closing time was listed as 4.30pm on the website and we arrived at 3.45pm. The manager made it quite clear to us that we were late and that they were in the process of closing. We offered to leave but they said that, 'no' they would accommodate us but we could only order scones and tea (no savoury food). From the time that we were seated it was obvious that they did not really want to serve us. The scones were delivered to the table which looked like sliced sponge cake and there was not enough jam to go around four people. We were being watched around the corner to see how we had progressed and were made to feel quite uncomfortable. A member of staff came and turned off the gas log fire alongside us at 4.00pm, signalling to us that we had outstayed our welcome. There were two lots of tourists at other tablesread more