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Afternoon Tea at Woodbank House Vintage Tea Room

24 Mettican Road, Garvagh, Derry/Londonderry, BT51 5HS
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Woodbank House offers a unique setting to enjoy an elegant and delicious afternoon tea, perfect for a family outing, a get together with friends or to celebrate a special occasion. As with the décor, the tea room’s food is full of tradition and includes delicious home-made soups, fresh finger sandwiches, home-made wheaten bread, light as sponge scones and the tea room’s signature fresh cream sponge cake.

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