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Twenty years later, in 1928, the little property was enlarged into a fashionable English tea …
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The Kettle Sings is away from the centre of Malvern, just by the junction of Chase Road and Jubilee Drive, about half way between Wyche Cutting and British Camp. If you want a tea room out in the hills with a fantastic view of the Malverns (it has a huge window that runs the length of the building) then this is the place to come.
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The kettle sings . . [Caroline S. P. from old catalog Wild] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This reproduction was printed from a digital file created at the Library of Congress as part of an extensive scanning effort started with a generous donation from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Author: Caroline S. P. from old catalog Wild
The Kettle Sings is a Licensed restaurant and tea room in an idyllic position with beautiful panoramic views over the Herefordshire countryside. Built as tearooms in the Malvern Hills and opened in 1928, it offers outstanding views over the countryside towards Wales.
Oct 17, 2011 · Inside ambience on the enclosed terrace at The Kettle Sings, near Gardiners Quarry on The Malvern Hills.
Superb views. The Kettle Sings is lovely spot to recover from a walk in the Malvern Hills. There is a varied menu and, even if you have to wait a while, the view from the rear tearoom over the Herefordshire countryside is magnificent.
I have visited the Kettle Sings for the first time in years last week.All I can say is “what an improvement”.There was 11 of us for Sunday Lunch and it was just amazing,this little Restaurant has managed to bag what I consider the best chef in the county.
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Still the Kettle Sings is about listening, love and a whole lot of tea. From stories of watching cattle give birth, wedding cakes flying across the world, and protests ending in imprisonment, the stories in Still the Kettle Sings are all very real. And sometimes very surprising.
Miles O. is drinking a Pot Kettle Black by Yeastie Boys at The Kettle Sings Strong dark coffee nots but with a smoother milky finish. These boys try some crafty shizzle.