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Here are the most popular tea rooms in Lancashire

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The Black Sheep Tea Room, in Clifton Street, Lytham, is spread over two floors and even has a secret roof top garden.'The venue serves home cooked food, suitable for lunch or brunch.

1. The Black Sheep Tea Room, Lytham

The Black Sheep Tea Room, in Clifton Street, Lytham, is spread over two floors and even has a secret roof top garden.'The venue serves home cooked food, suitable for lunch or brunch.
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Whittle Vintage Tea Room, in Chorley Old Road, Whittle-le-Woods, serves traditional afternoon teas, cream teas, light breakfasts and lunches, pots of fragrant tea and coffee and home made cakes, all served on vintage china.

2. Whittle Vintage Tea Room, Whittle-le-Woods

Whittle Vintage Tea Room, in Chorley Old Road, Whittle-le-Woods, serves traditional afternoon teas, cream teas, light breakfasts and lunches, pots of fragrant tea and coffee and home made cakes, all served on vintage china.
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Vanilla Artisan Bakery, in Park Road, Lytham, proudly uses Lancashire produce. 'It serves home made cakes, speciality teas and hot chocolates, as well as the popular vintage afternoon tea.

3. Vanilla Artisan Bakery, Lytham,

Vanilla Artisan Bakery, in Park Road, Lytham, proudly uses Lancashire produce. 'It serves home made cakes, speciality teas and hot chocolates, as well as the popular vintage afternoon tea.
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The Cookie Jar, in Golden Hill Lane, Leyland,  serves cake, breakfast foods and afternoon tea. It also serves Prosecco as an additional treat.

4. The Cookie Jar, Leyland

The Cookie Jar, in Golden Hill Lane, Leyland, serves cake, breakfast foods and afternoon tea. It also serves Prosecco as an additional treat.
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