A secret riverside garden in the centre of Shrewsbury
About the place:
Lily’s Tea Garden is an unexpected delight, hidden away opposite the Bus Station. It is in a lovely garden on the banks of the River Severn and decorated with unusual sculptures and individual installations. You may well be lucky enough to see a kingfisher or goosander as well as the regular swans and mallards. Sand Martins fly overhead with the Swallows and House Martins in the summer.
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- Goosander, Wood Duck, Kingfisher, Dipper, Sand Martin
- Buzzard, Grey Wagtail
- Good views from garden
- Breakfast, Light Lunches & Afternoon Teas; Cocktails in evenings.
- Home made food
- Open: Not in winter
- Accommodation: No
- eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: +44 (0)7964 984982
- Website: http://lilysteagarden.blogspot.com/p/home.html
- Facebook: Lily’s Tea Garden, Shrewsbury
- Birds of the West Midlands by Frank Gribble and others
What Customers say:
- News: Afternoon tea place, fabulous for watching ducks fly in and out of the river Severn
Location: Shropshire, England
- Smithfield Road, Shrewsbury, Shropshire SY1 1PF