Henley Street Tea Rooms is located opposite Shakespeare’s Birthplace in historic Stratford upon Avon, England.
It is a unique Tea Rooms in the town, in that it combines a quintessentially English Tearooms combined with a free visitor attraction.
1. Breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas are served all day, seven days per week.
2. There is a free permanent exhibition of more than 100 old photographs of Stratford upon Avon, dating back to the late 19th Century
3. The Snug area of the tearooms is subtly themed in Art Deco style and influenced by Agatha Christie novels such as ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ and ‘The Body in the Library’.
4. There is a free permanent exhibition of photos of the British Monarchy from the 19th to the 21st Century.
The Tearooms provides high quality English food in a truly English environment.