Wherever you go in England, be sure to have this delightful little guidebook at hand every afternoon. It contains listings of more than 100 establishments that have been identified by incognito tea tasters as worthy of membership in the prestigious Tea Guild. Each offers a range of high-quality teas, accompanied by a wide variety of homemade savories and pastries that reflect regional traditions and use local ingredients. The beautiful settings range from a crooked little house built in 1687, a restored mill on the edge of Sherwood Forest, a Tudor beamed cottage, and a terrace garden overlooking the sea, to quintessential Victorian tea shops and deluxe London tea lounges. Organized by region, each chapter includes a map, descriptions of local teatime traditions, specialties that will be found on the menus, as well as things to do and see in each region. With directions, hours, lists of food and teas served, and listings for areas of Scotland and Wales, this tea-lover's dream is the only guidebook that comprehensively describes the creme de la creme of tearooms throughout the UK.