Location: 4 St. Alkmonds Place
01743 232122

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Camellias Tea Rooms

Large tea shop owned by Prince Rupert Hotel. Located in the shadow of St Alkmonds Church.

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avatar Visitor's review
This is not just what Shrewsbury has needed for a very long time but what every town or city needs in the country - it is beautifully finished with a sophisticated style. The prices are competitive and the quality is up there with all the 5* afternoon tea lounges in London. I take my friends when I visit Shrewsbury regularly just to have a glorious afternoon tea and experience the delights of this tea rooms.

avatar dawn's review
the sevice and ambience is second to none. everytime i travel from birmingham to shrewsbury i always make sure i visit camellias tea rooms.if you are looking for more than the average coffee shop this is the place to go

avatar Visitor's review
Excellent service, food and ambience. Whether you wish to have a quick drink or traditional afternoon tea-this is the place to go in Shrewsbury. Highly recommended

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