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New tea rooms are a hidden gem




The new Cobbles Tea Rooms on Lynn waterfront is brewing up ready to serve its first customers.

It is based in the historic Hanse House, on the South Quay.

"It is a traditional tea rooms with an olde worlde feel in a beautiful historic building," said proprietor Angie Bates.

Owner Angie Bates pours a cuppa for Dr Paul Richards at the launch. MLNF-21MF06007
Owner Angie Bates pours a cuppa for Dr Paul Richards at the launch. MLNF-21MF06007

"Hanse House lends itself perfectly to a tea room and we think it is a hidden gem. It is a bit like stepping back in time."

Angie, with help from her sister Kirsty Smith, will be serving home-made cakes, sandwiches and scones all freshly baked and prepared on the premises.

"It is something different for Lynn," said Angie who was previously involved in running a tea rooms at Dersingham.

Cobbles Tea Rooms owner Angie Bates with staff and helpers. MLNF-21MF06001
Cobbles Tea Rooms owner Angie Bates with staff and helpers. MLNF-21MF06001

Cobbles is opening from tomorrow (Thurs June 10) and held an invitation-only launch last week for around 25 guests. One of them was local historian Dr Paul Richards who, said Angie, was a neighbour to Cobbles and was very enthusiastic about the new venture in the heritage building.

The tea rooms will be open from Monday to Saturday from 10.30am until 4.30pm.

The Cobbles team can also cater for small events in the adjoining function room.



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