Take a step back in time for a brew
About us

Transport yourself back in time to the 1940s with our authentic memorabilia and menu.
Our knowledgeable staff is eager to share their expertise about this era with you..
Owned and run by Jacqui Unal better known as "Betty" Jacqui has worked hard over the years to make the
19 four teas Tea room into what it is today,
 with the bigger and expanding customer base her old tea room was a bit small so no they have expanded into larger premises just across the road

Private Hire

We are pleased to be able to offer our Tea room  for private functions 


School trips


Our tea room is the perfect place for children to learn about WW2 and the 1940's

Our Grand opening of new Premises

We opened our new tea room on 
Saturday 3rd June 2023 it is bigger and brighter than the old tea room.
we marked the day with Military vehicles and 1940's singers

Great New Menu

We now have a great selection of freshly made sandwiches and
homemade cakes.
you have a choice of High tea or Cream tea.
Jacket Potato with a great selection of fresh fillings.
And now a great choice of breakfasts
Dig for victory for the light-hearted
to the  
Lancaster for the ones that are flying today
( Breakfast is served till 11.30 )  

What Our Customers have to Say

can not recommend this place enough took my father and mother-in-law yesterday they had a wonderful time, loved the food, and were really impressed with the whole place many memories of their younger years, parents, etc. They want a 19fouteas tea room where they live now, I think it is safe to say that they will be coming back. Thank you Jacqui and staff for a lovely experience. So nice to have been able to take them somewhere they truly enjoyed.

Debbie Kay

We all had an amazing lunch today ???? thank you & look forward to seeing you again soon! ????x

Maria Frances Heard

Always a brilliant welcome my friend Jacqui and her fab team never disappointed, next visit I think the living room with Prosecco... Please come and visit this amazing Tearoom definitely the 1940s. See you soon xxxxx

Beverly Donaldson