Editor’s Choice Chaddesley Tea Room
Chaddesley Tea Room has been referred to as a ‘homely, cosy, welcoming tea room’. Serving all day breakfasts, light lunches, afternoon teas and for those with a sweet tooth a selection of treats such as homemade cakes are available which can be accompanied by a speciality teas, barista-style coffees and soft drinks. It’s going down a treat with the locals in the community-minded village of Chaddesley Corbett, midway between Bromsgrove and Kidderminster. An excellent location to relax and unwind which the local walkers and cyclists are taking advantage of and even the day trippers.
All the food available at Chaddesley Tea Room tastes fresh and delicious as it is made to order. Daily specials provide great value lunches but it’s also a great place for a snack and a sit down in relaxing surroundings, including a very pleasant garden when the weather is fine.
Rob Bassett and his wife, Linda, are the proud owners and opened the tea room in May and have already had charming reviews, with customers commenting on the ‘lovely food, great atmosphere and friendly service’.
The tea room is conveniently situated in the middle of the village, near the historic church of St Cassian and other shops and amenities. Local walks include those around Chaddesley Woods nature reserve and nearby attractions include the moated manor house of Harvington Hall, Pump It Up zorbing centre and Chaddesley Corbett Point to Point Racecourse.