History in Structure

Tag: Tea house

Cafe-type business serving tea

Is a member of Restaurant Commercial building Business

  1. II 28&28a Photos
    High Street has ascending numbers downhill on S side to Beaufort Square then from number 24 uphill on N side.
  2. II* 52, Stonegate Photos
    York, North Yorkshire, YO1
  3. II Adlington Hall Mews and Tea Rooms
    Adlington, Cheshire East, Cheshire, SK10
  4. B Beach House, Lochies Road, Burntisland
  5. II* Bourchier Galleries, House and Shop
    Long Melford, Babergh, Suffolk, CO10
  6. B Carron Tea Rooms, 20 Cameron Street, Stonehaven
  7. II Huffkins Premises Adjoining Rose and Crown on the South Photos
    Burford, West Oxfordshire, OX18
  8. A Oswald's Temple, Auchincruive Photos
  9. B Tea House, Newhailes, Musselburgh Photos
  10. B Tea Rooms, The Strynd South, Kirkwall Photos
  11. II The Bell Inn Photos
    High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, HP13
  12. C West End Tearoom, 1 Burrel Street, Comrie
  13. II* West Lodge to Cardiff Castle, including attached Walls & Gateway Photos
    At S entrance to Bute Park.
  14. A Willow Tea Rooms, 217 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow Photos

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