Joe Ellis' English Tea Room Guide
Through Television, Radio and Internet, Joe Ellis' English Room knowledge is vast. Let Joe guide you through reviews, news, photographs and much more via this website
Welcome
You have come to the right place to seek out decent and rated English Tea Rooms.

Joe Ellis is England's leading tea room guru and will present to you tea room reviews, photographs, videos, news and much more.

Joe has 40 years' experience within the English Tea Room industry and loves tea and tea rooms and meeting people from all walks of life.

Please share your experiences by contacting Joe and send him some photographs so he can upload to this website as well as upon Facebook and Twitter.
What's new? - updated 14 january 2017
English Tea Room News
Thank you for visiting. This page you are viewing is part of the new, responsive and google friendly website which I will launch fully very soon. So please bear with me. In the meantime, whilst I put the finishing touches to this new website, my English Tea Room Facebook page, which has nearly 5,000 likes, is very much live and constantly updated, so please visit the Facebook page. My Twitter page was launched recently as well.
Joe's Recent English Tea Room Visits
Here are some English Tea Rooms that Joe has recently visited and awarded a rating, following his recent visit. A full review will be available very soon, once this whole website becomes live
The Little Teapot
Recommended Tea Room
Ashford, Kent
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Tea & Sympathy
Recommended Tea Room
New York City, USA
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Chilston Park
Highly Recommended Tea Room
Lenham, Kent
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Mary's Tea Rooms
Highly Recommended
Dymchurch, Kent
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The Croft Tea Room St Mary Cray
Croft Tearoom is a Community Interest Company (CIC) consisting of a community based Tearoom, local food and artisans gift shop, outside catering service and community notice board for local information, events and heritage. As a CIC we operate as a commercial company but with social aims, re-investing all our profits into developing the business and/or projects of benefit to our community.

The Tearoom was established in 2009 by Carole Wells of Circa Ltd. The original building, which was derelict, was demolished and in its place a new, architecturally designed, ECO building was built using local builders & recycled materials to mirror the style of the 18th century buildings opposite. This created a lovely new building as well as a new business, which now brings income and people back to what was once a thriving high street.

Miss Mollett's High Class Tea Room
Jessie Blanche Mollett was born in Richmond, Surrey on 13th November, 1881. She eventually moved to Rye where she opened an antique shop

She later moved to Appledore in the 1920s to the property now known as Old Way Cottage where she lived until her death on 28th February, 1970 at the age of 88. During her time in the village she bought several properties and opened the tea room and guest house pictured. This thrived until the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939 when she gave up the business. She is buried in Appledore Churchyard nearby.

Visit Miss Mollett's website to read more.

Photo shows television presenter, Josephine Buchan at Miss Mollett's presenting Joe's first tea room video
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HM Queen talking about Joe Ellis' English Tea Room Facebook page
The Croft Tea Room Highly Recommend English Tea Room
Joe Ellis English Tea Table Settings
Miss Mollet's Highly Recommend English Tea Room
Famous Tea Drinkers
Old Television Tea Adverts