The beautiful town untouched for centuries with one of England’s best tea rooms

Bradford-on-Avon: Views show quaint town in Wiltshire

This quaint little town in the heart of Wiltshire has been crowned as having one of the best tea rooms in the UK.

Bradford-on-Avon, located near the border with Somerset, has a small population of just 10,405 in the 2021 sensus and can be traced back to Roman origins.

Made up of historic buildings, shops, pubs and restaurants, it’s a popular spot for tourists looking for a relaxing getaway.

And according to The Culture Ties, it also has one of the best tea rooms in the whole of England.

The Bridge Tea Rooms, located on Bridge Street in the heart of the town, it offers a relaxing atmosphere with classical music playing throughout the eatery.

READ MORE: ‘Beautiful’ hidden gem town is one of Tenerife’s best destinations

The tea room offers a delicious assortment of scones, clotted creams, tartlets and of course, tea and coffee to accompany the sweet treats on offer.

For those looking for something a bit more fancy, champers is also on the menu and can be chosen as an accompaniment to their traditional afternoon tea.

The Bridge Tea Rooms has won an award twice for being the best tea room in the UK – with the inside said to transport you back in time.

They are rated an impressive 4.5 out of 5 on Google reviews – with 717 people gushing over the establishment.

Don’t miss…
UK town with a ‘desolate’ high street after council ‘shuts shops overnight'[COMMENT]
Seaside town with chip shop so posh ketchup costs £2 – and visitors are fuming[INSIGHT]
‘Beautiful’ town is one of Lanzarote’s best hidden gems[LATEST]

We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info

The town also has great transport links, with the M4 and M5 just a stones throw away.

For those looking at staying for a long weekend, the nearest city Bath is just a short trip away. There are trains that take just 13 minutes or it’s a 20 minute drive away.

The town is also a great starting point for visiting attractions like Stourhead, Dyrham Park, Avebury, Longleat, Stonehenge and Old Sarum to name just a few.

Bradford on Avon has plenty of gentle walks along the Avon and the local canal. You can discover historic buildings, wildlife and plenty of food and drink locations.

Source: Read Full Article