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We went to ‘little gem’ Nottinghamshire cafe – and it was so cosy

today2 July 2022 7

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We visited a cosy little tearoom in Mansfield and it was lovely. The Teahouse, on Windmill Lane, is tucked away by Carr Bank Park in the town, near the Mansfield Manor Hotel.

From a full English to afternoon tea, you can find yourself tucking into one of their delicious cakes and drinking a warm cuppa. Inside the tea rooms, the green walls accompanied by floral wallpaper set the cosy cottage vibe. Most tables were full and I took a seat by the window.

The staff who greeted me were lovely, I had the perfect welcome to the small cafe. They provided a friendly service as I overheard them joking with other customers.

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I looked at the menu and was spoilt for choice, with offerings like a full English, sandwiches, paninis and jacket potatoes. I decided on a warm cuppa and a bacon bloomer sandwich.

As I sat in the little tea room waiting for my food, it was busy and I could tell that it was popular with people passing by. The cosy cafe had a really warm atmosphere, and all the customers around eating and drinking seemed really happy.

I was then presented with a floral pot of tea along with a Biscoff biscuit and my bacon sandwich. The staff were caring and asked me if I needed anything else.

The bacon sarnie was lovely: the bread was soft and thick and the bacon was crispy – just how I like it. I was soon full up after devouring it.

Overall the cafe gives a really cosy and chill vibe. It’s perfect to go to sit and have a warm drink. Other reviewers have been just as impressed.

One customer who took to Tripadvisor wrote: “Great little gem of a place, always accommodating with menu-changing gorgeous home cooked food, cooked fresh. Highly recommend Keep up the good work.” Another added: “Really pleasant and a nice change to the usual tea rooms. Fair prices and the staff treated us well.”

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