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Taking tea has been traced back to the 10th century BC. However, its popularity in the UK was sparked by Catherine of Breganza, wife of Charles II, in the mid 17th century. The fashion spread to London coffee houses, where the whole day's tea was brewed in the morning, taxed, and kept in barrels. All things tea have progressed since then and we assure you Sussex's tea shop will brew you a fresh pot of tea and not the single brew of the day!

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  • Gaskyns, Arundel in
  • Winner of Sussex Life Best Family Dining award, Gaskyns is a friendly and vibrant café, coffee shop and restaurant situated close to magnificent Arundel Castle.

  • Bolney Estate Vineyard Cafe in
  • Serving breakfasts, light lunches, coffee, speciality teas and wine by the glass in the beautiful surroundings of the vineyard.

  • Rushfields Farm Shop, Poynings in
  • Farm shop stocked full with locally produced food and drink, along with their own award winning pies, sausages and sausage rolls

  • East Beach Cafe in
  • Cafe offering local and seasonal produce, located on Littlehampton beach in an amazing building

  • Edgcumbes Tea and Coffee Co in
  • Roasting and blending since 1981, Edgcumbes Coffee Roasters & Tea Merchants have been supplying the UK's independent café scene for 40 years from their Sussex roastery. Visit their award-winning EDGE Café too!

  • Belinda's Tearooms, Arundel in
  • This historic restaurant and tearooms is one of the oldest in Arundel. Housed in a pretty 16th century building, it is situated close to stunning Arundel Castle and can be booked for wedding receptions.

  • The Milk Churn Coffee Shop, Rudgwick in
  • The Milk Churn sits next to the Downs Link, a disused railway line, which is now a footpath, bridlepath and cycle way linking Guildford to Shoreham. It is part of Bookham Harrison Farms, home of Sussex Charmer cheese.