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BOOK a SUNDAY ROAST for father's day 

Sir Winston's Vintage Tea Room in Westerham, is the first of a themed Vintage Tea House serving breakfast, light lunches and afternoon teas within in a themed environment.

Sir Winston's is the combined vision of John Horace and Anita Dolby (better known as Anita from Chic Dog Groomers, Lingfield) and is based upon the era of the 1940’s, encompassing the social history of that period, both Pre and Post war.

In addition, we source and supply, a varied range of teas, and are fully licensed stocking locally brewed micro and historical beers and English wines to complement the food, together with a range of gluten free cakes, scones, brownies, breads and Vegetarian meals.   

1940’s related memorabilia will also be sold via our web site, most of which will also be displayed within the shop, together with a selection of the 1940's based tea related products such as our own blend of teas, teapots, cups and saucers.

 

We are so excited to share this with you all and look forward to seeing you very soon.

 

The Sir Winston's Team

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thank you for the lovely afternoon tea, it was delicious!"

Thank you for the lovely Afternoon Tea it was delicious. My favourite was the orange and passion fruit cake. We loved how it was packaged as well all 5 of us had it! Such a fantastic treat!

Claire denhart

14th February 2021

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what you've been saying...

over 42, 5 bubble reviews

OVER 6 MONTHS

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it was presented so beautifully! every part of it was delicious!

I just wanted to say a massive thank you for our amazing Afternoon Tea, we have so enjoyed and it was presented so beautifully! Every part of it was delicious!

emily

14th February 2021

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my dad loves it, I would highly recommend

I bought the Kent Jigsaw Map as a birthday present for my Dad, it’s beautifully and comically illustrated, with his village of Brasted shown. My Dad loves it. It was easy to order and I would highly recommend

2ND FEBRUARY 2021

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