are the tea rooms in merry old England - spotted in Goodnestone Park, Kent, often visited by the young Jane Austen who enjoyed dancing; the novel "Pride and Prejudice" was inspired by her experiences here. I love the vintage, flowery tea or coffee cups and the wax tablecloth which reminds me of my childhood days in the kitchen - and there is often an abundant choice of sponge cakes, scones and other sweets, all home-made, of course. My flapjack was delicious. In other lovely tea rooms we savoured a Ploughman's lunch and a Lady Catherine de Bourgh Cream Tea.
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