Perfect for morning coffee, light lunches, afternoon teas or a rest stop while out walking or cycling, Heydon Village Tea Shop is no ordinary café.
Now under new management, the Tea Shop is located in the charming village of Heydon, which is about 12 miles north of Norwich. Other than being very pretty, surrounded by quiet country lanes that are ideal for a bike ride, Heydon is also one of only a handful of privately owned villages in Great Britain. The last construction in the village, which has only one road in and out, was built over 100 years ago to commemorate the Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887.
Sympathetic in character to the bygone feel of the village, the Tea Shop is a lovely place to relax and forget time for a quiet moment. Indulge in scrumptious home made cakes, home made soup or a light lunch from the specials board.
Traditional Cream Tea is a speciality at Heydon. Layer your butter and jam on delicious Lavender (made with genuine Norfolk Lavender), Spicy Fruit, Fig & Apricot and good old plain varieties.
Sit inside and enjoy the white tablecloths and real china like your Grandma used to use (sugar cube tongs included) or take your tea or coffee outside on warmer days and relax amidst the serene, slow-paced setting of Heydon Village.
Wednesday to Sunday 10am till 4.30pm. (Closed Monday & Tuesday). Call or visit the Heydon Tea Rooms website for Christmas / New Year / Holiday hours.
Heydon Village Tea Shop.
The Street, Heydon, Norfolk, NR11 6AD.
(about 12 miles north of Norwich off the B1149 Norwich to Holt Road).
Tel: 01263 587211.