The Tally Ho is a relaxing, cosy, but spacious Tearooms, serving freshly prepared food all day and offering a place to relax. It has a Victorian style, and transports you to a simpler, more genteel time.

In summer Roses and Honeysuckle surround the front door and extra outside seating on the Terrace is available for up to 12 people. In winter, we offer a warm and cosy place to enjoy hot and tasty food.

There is plenty of free parking in front and rear car parks and the Tearooms has wheelchair ramps giving easy access for disabled people, along with disabled facilities and adjacent parking spaces for cars with blue badges. We have installed hooks to hold back the doors when necessary for easier access for wheelchairs too. We do also have our own wheelchair 'on standby' for anyone who just needs a little help now and then! Just ask for assistance.

The Tearooms has a very comfortable sofa and armchair available for customers to enjoy even more relaxation!

It also has a Gift Shop area which is always expanding with new trinkets and useful items. A number of items are actually handmade right here by the owners and staff and are available nowhere else.

The Tearooms can cater for large groups of up to 30 people in an area at the back and side of the restaurant, and still has room for other customers enjoying morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea at the front of the building.

History

The Tally Ho was a Public House for 200 or so years, and is present on many historical maps. When the current owners took on the premises it was only fitting that the name remain and it was re-opened as The Tally Ho Tearooms in 2010.

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