Award Winning, Aunt Martha’s Victorian Tea-rooms are unique. Located on the outskirts of the village of Drybrook, the tea-rooms are run by mother and son team Nadine and Andrew, with the assistance of other family members.
Aunt Martha’s Victorian Tea-rooms source their ingredients from local suppliers who share a passion for the quality of their product.
Within the menu you will also find references to the locality with the ‘Pan Tod ploughman’s platter’, the Dean Parva and Dean Magna High Teas where local produce takes centre stage.
So what makes Aunt Martha’s stand apart?
Is it the fact that they are the only truly authentically themed Victorian tearooms in the country?
Is it the fact that the staff are all dressed appropriately for 1897, Her Majesty’s Diamond Jubilee year?
Is it the fact that the food is freshly prepared just for you?
Is it the fact that at Aunt Martha’s there are gardens where you could take your repast?
It is all of this and more, but by way of conclusion we will let a visitor tell you about their experience:
Trip Advisor Review 27 May 2014
We found this tearoom by chance and were so pleased that we did! From the moment you step through the door you are transported back to a tranquil, unhurried age. The tearoom is an absolute delight and lit by candles which gave terrific atmosphere to a rather dull Sunday afternoon. We were welcomed by a "servant" and served by a delightful lady in Victorian dress. The food was delicious and reasonably priced for the high standard. I can thoroughly recommend the warm scones! If we are ever in the area again we will certainly be making a return visit’
I have recently purchased the best of the Forest of Dean and Chepstow from the previous owners Paul and Sharon James. I look forward to meeting as many of you as possible over the coming months and assure...