The Green, Walberswick, Suffolk, IP18 6TT Telephone: 01502 724468 No website or Facebook page Walberswick is a village and civil parish on the Suffolk coast. It is at the mouth of the River Blyth on the south side of the river. The town of Southwold lies to the north of the river and is the nearest town to Walberswick, around 1 mile away. Walberswick is around 11 miles south of Lowestoft on the North Sea coast. It is 7 miles east of Halesworth and 28 miles north-east of the county town of Ipswich.
Tucked in a small and very remote area of Suffolk, sits this lovely tea room and friendly staff. I visited this tea room on the 25 February 2011 at 3.05pm which was, in fact, my last tea room as part of the tea tour part two.
Old style wood tables on a nice wooden floor was very nice. Strangely and sadly, the owners decided to use metal framed office style chairs which really did not compliment this tea room at all.
Most of the walls have small black beams with white walls with a selection of pictures by local artists and white ceilings. The roof windows gave this tea room much needed lighted and put a nice cosy feel to it.
This tea room has a children's menu as well as an adult menu. The menu included; sandwiches, oven baked potatoes, sausage, fish, ham, eggs and chip. Also, fresh organic baguette, ploughman's, salads; special board also included: homemade soups, fish caught locally, homemade tartlets (sun dried tomato and mozzarella) plus desserts.
They also had a side room with a selection of gifts; cards, jewellery, and a large selection of ice lollies and ice cream.
Pleasant little tea room which appears to be a little hub for the local community; I can recommend it.
Contact Joe Ellis:
Joe Ellis' English Tea Room Guide PO Box 262, Herne Bay, Kent, England, CT6 9AW Telephone: 01227 376180