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    • Qype User annalo…
    • Templecombe, Somerset
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    • 2 reviews
    5.0 star rating
    16/6/2012

    It may just be a garden shed but it produces the best home cooked roast ever tasted anywhere else . Everything is fresh and served piping hot and lots of fresh veg and crispy potatoe to go round . Worth every penny !!, we go there now for a treat as is so good !!!

  • 4.0 star rating
    3/9/2009
    First to Review

    Fancy a cuppa in the middle of nowhere; in a garden shed?

    Then come to this place.

    To be fair, it's a large Garden Shed in a nice garden (with seats and tables) overlooking the levels and Glastonbury Tor. Good range of food and drink, with BBQ's on Bank Holidays (weather permitting).

    It's big selling point is that it's at one end of the Ham Wall nature reserve and just the right place for a nice refreshing cuppa.

    It doesn't have a drinks licence, but you can take your own in. They do also open specially for Christmas Dinners during December. I've been with my friends for the past couple of years. A real value for money treat.

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From the business

Specialties

A  Tea Garden set on the Somerset Levels  close to the RSPB  Ham Wall Nature Reserve and now offering Accommodation in our authentic Mongolian Yurt and Annexe.  Serving quality home cooked meals including cream teas, cakes, lunches and breakfast including traditional Roasts on Sunday.   Vegetarians options available.   Indoor and outdoor seating available.  Beautiful views to Glastonbury Tor and visited by many different species of birds,  ideal for walkers, birdwatchers, cyclists and those who enjoy the countryside.

History

Established in 2007.

Sharpham Tea Garden was opened in 2007 by Mark and Carolyn Davies with homecooked food being offered from breakfast, lunches to cream teas and Sunday Roasts, the business has grown and accommodation is now offered in the mongolian yurt and self contained annexe.