The Orchard Tea Garden
Recomendado por 39 habitantes locales ·
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35 minute drive. Historic tea room, have a cream tea then walk along the river into the heart of Cambridge.
In the summer setting under trees and on deck chairs, have tea and scones in the same place our great writers used to meet. Follow this with a walk along the Cam banks.
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon with traditional English tea and cakes in the sunshine.
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“A Cambridge institution. After visiting the colleges, stop here for a coffee and cake or English cream tea, before heading to The Fitzwilliam.”
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“Cambridge has plenty of good pubs and beer. The Pint Shop generally has the most impressive beers, across 23 lines, and is situated in the centre, just off the Market (Brewdog will soon be opening a few doors down). The two main areas by the river are also well served – from Quayside, where the Punt Yard bar recently opened, the Maypole is only a couple of minutes away, tucked behind Bridge Street and the Park Street car park, and has a great selection, probably the largest beer selection in Cambridge, while the Mill overlooks the other end of the river and mill pond by Silver Street – probably the best place to take a beer outside in good weather. Take a look at the Cambridge Pub Guide for more places to visit for a good pint in a traditional british pub...”
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