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The Old Bridge Tea Rooms - Bournemouth

 
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16 Old Bridge Road, Iford, Bournemouth, BH6 5RG, united-kingdom

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Traditional Licensed Tea Rooms and Cafe set alongside the River Stour in Iford, near Christchurch, Bournemouth.

The Old Bridge Tea Rooms is a traditional English Tea Room situated alongside the River Stour between Bournemouth and Christchurch.

 

the river

  

You can enjoy tea room favourites such as a Dorset Cream Tea, fresh milkshake, pots of steaming tea or freshly ground coffee as well as traditional home cooked dinners with tasty roasts on a Sunday

 

The Old Bridge tea room 1

 

Eat in or if you are in a hurry - why not try sample something from their takeaway menu! 

 

muffins to take away

 

They love dogs so much at the Old Bridge Tea Rooms they even have their own menu! 

 

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2023-06-26 22:39:24

Guinea pigs are intelligent, sociable and emotional animals. They require plenty of living space to socialise, run, hide, forage, dig and burrow

2023-05-05 00:36:27

Hi Glyn,  There could be all sorts of things going on here depending on his age, breed and medical history. Some breeds, like the

2023-05-05 00:34:15

I have a 19-week-old male guinea pig, he's indoors, an only pig, and is handled daily, he's on good feed, plenty of fresh vegs, fruit, and

2023-05-05 00:33:38

My dog is an extremely fussy eater and thin because of this. He's a happy healthy young boy - can you advise how to encourage

2023-05-05 00:33:10

When I got her, she was in just a tank with a water bowl. No hide house, no basking light, no branches to climb; nothing. She has all that now