Britain - The Official Magazine
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‘All their cakes and scones are baked daily by your hosts Michael Luttig and Lynn Attfield, and you can take tea in the walled garden if the weather allows. Michael has long been converted to using silver and silver-plated teapots. “I’ve got over 30, all individual pieces collected over the years, which I introduced here because they don’t drip and don’t chip.”‘
— Britain: The Official Magazine, 2014

Time Out
“Where to eat & drink: Alfriston has a couple of tearooms. The best is Badgers @ the Old Village Bakery just off the Market Square, where you will find bone china teacups, silver teapots and divine cakes…”
— Time Out Guide to Kent & Sussex, 2013


'Imagine the perfect place for afternoon tea...' - The Independent


'A great reputation for cakes...' - The Daily Mail


'Have a cup of tea and a scone at Badgers...' - The Times


'Quench your thirst with a cup of tea...' - Sunday Express


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Sussex Life
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Country Life
“Tea room to die for…” — June 2011


The Guardian
“Badgers Tea House has a cult following…” — July 2015


Inside Sussex
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“A tea room that serves a cup of tea poured from silver teapots into fine bone china cups. It is located in a 500-year-old building in Alfriston that was once the village bakery. Their homemade cakes and scones are made from organic free-range eggs and tables are decorated with fresh flowers.”
— Sussex Life, “18 of the Best Tea Rooms in Sussex”, February 2017

Featured in Sussex Life’s “16 of the best places to have afternoon tea in Sussex”, May 2019

Featured in Time Out’s “16 things to do in Alfriston”, September 2019


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