Coach, Horses Tea Room — ‘blend of comfort food, elegance’

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Posted: January 23, 2013

The Winchester Star

The owners (above) of Coach and Horses Colonial Tea Room in Winchester are Jane Nelson and Mick Mallin. Nelson came up with original recipes for the tea room’s menu through trial and error. They are traditional British dishes with “deference to American sensibilities.” The restaurant has about 40 varieties of tea divided into different menus. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Jane Nelson, owner of the Coach and Horses Colonial Tea Room along with her husband, Mick Mallin, prepares a tea for guests at the historic property on Cedar Creek Grade. The tea room opened Dec. 1 and combines the history of the house with the traditions of an English colonial tea room, (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)

Winchester — The Coach and Horses Tea Room in Winchester prides itself on offering to the restaurant industry what a bed and breakfast gives to the hotel industry.

Between the atmosphere, service…



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