Our latest tea of the month is a wonderful combination of mid summer fruits lincluding wild strawberries, blackberries, elderberries, apple, hisbiscus blossom, rose hip and raspberries….and it tastes delicious!
Little Cottage Tea Rooms #afternoontea vouchers are now available to purchase online! See our Afternoon Tea page for further details.
What an exciting morning! It was great to meet Simon@SussexSimon from BBC Radio Sussex to talk about the tea rooms and life in the village. If you didn’t hear the interview it will played again between 5.30 & 6pm tonight!
Thank you to everyone who came along to our pamper evening last night, you helped us raise £162.55 for the Glynde & Beddingham swimming pool. The pool was gifted to the villages in 1904 by Thomas Seymour Brand. Now over a hundred years old,the funds raised will help towards maintaining the pool for the current generation of villagers. A special thank you to Caroline, Anne & Danielle who worked so hard to pamper us all, my Indian Head Massage was amazing!
We are all ready for tonight’s pamper evening starting at 6pm, it’s a beautiful day, the Pimms and wine are chilled so why not come and join us!
We are delighted to announce another therapist, Danielle Potterton, will be offering a free mini facial and skin analysis at our pamper evening on Thurs 25th June from 6 till 9pm. She will also have a range of Neal’s Yard products available. All funds raised will go to the Glynde and Beddingham swimming pool funds. Hope you can join us.
We’ll be serving a free glass of wine and a few nibbles at our Pamper Evening on Thurs 25th June 6-9pm.
Caroline from Caromacare will be one of the therapists offering treatments for just £10, with proceeds going to the Glynde & Beddingham Swimming Pool Funds. Treatment’s include upper back and neck massage, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and even Tarrot card reading! We hope you can join us. #pamperevening
WOW! We are so excited to be selected for the top 20 favourite places around Britain for a sweet slice and cuppa in this weeks Sunday Times magazine by the queen of afternoon tea, Louise Johncox.