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Cultural Quarter, City of Lincoln
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Lady Rose’s Edwardian Tea Room

Downton Abbey inspired tea room, serving tea, coffee, cakes, and light meals as close to the same way as the great houses of Edwardian England as possible.

As Mr and Mrs Gearing, butler and maid to Lady Rose, tea is served in as close to the same way as in the great houses of the Edwardian era (1901—1914) and is inspired by the TV series Downton Abbey.

The tea room provides quality tea and coffee, cakes and light meals at an affordable price in an ambience and warmth in opposition to the rush of modern life.

Creating and experiencing loveliness is what Lady Rose is all about: the beautiful piano music, a gift from the resident pianist at The Ritz in London, and furnishings in the spirit of the tea party.

There is an art to placing cakes and sandwiches on a platter, polishing the silver until it gleams, pouring the tea for every individual customer that comes through Lady Roses tea room. 

Additional Information

  • Free on-street parking outside
  • No children under the age of 6

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Tuesday - Thursday: 12pm - 5pm

Friday - Saturday: 10:30am - 5pm

Sunday: 12pm - 5pm

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