I have been to Port Sunlight Village a few times and have seen The Tudor Rose Tea Rooms but never ventured inside until a recent visit with an aunt and uncle.
The tea room is across from Port Sunlight train station and we were waiting for our train home after spending the day at the Lady Lever Art Gallery and wandering around the village. The exterior of the tea room is black and white and there are two old red telephone boxes and a post box outside. If you take the train to Port Sunlight station, this is a good point to start your visit into this picturesque village. Bebington Station will take you to the other end of the village with a short walk to the Lady Lever Art Gallery.
On this particular day, we were still full from our lunch at the Port Sunlight Museum café so we just had lattes on this visit but the varied menu of jacket potatoes, sandwiches and cakes will have us going back for more on another occasion. The atmosphere alone is enough to get you to go back to check out all the old toys and games on display in the shop. It was very much a trip down memory lane for us. It looks like the perfect place to take young children for afternoon tea.
“The Tudor Rose Tea Rooms”:http://www.tudorrosetearooms.co.uk/