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Written by: Phoebe, Meg, Katie and Payne .
Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Phil and Caroline popped out without us and went to that lovely tea room, Botham’s in Whitby. As if that wasn’t bad enough they don’t seem in any hurry to share what ever is in the Botham’s bag they brought home with them. It smells devine.

Katie is standing guard in hope of crumbs, Lilly is doing her best to be extra cute and I am just sulking!


The Tea Guild has once again presented Botham’s Tea Rooms of Whitby with an Award of Excellence, the tea worlds equivalent to a Michelin star!


This quaint first floor tea rooms and restaurant, trading since 1865, is thought to be the UK’s longest surviving tea rooms. It was established by Elizabeth Botham and is still run by her great grand children today. You can certainly understand why it continues to flourish with its wide selection of fine teas and excellent cream teas all served by friendly waitresses wearing white lace pinnies. Traditional local dishes are also on offer such as Yorkshire Brack (a rich fruit cake made with tea) and Whitby Gingerbread which is served with Wensleydale cheese.


Bothams offers an extensive, mouth watering, breakfast and lunch menu for those of you that can’t wait for afternoon tea!


For further details on Botham’s in Whitby North Yorkshire click here.



Other establishments in the area to be presented with the Award of Excellence by the Tea Guild include the Black Swan in Helmsley and Betty’s and Little Betty’s in York.

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