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Farrer’s Store & Cafe

Introduction
Since 1640 this has been a house, pack horse inn and dressmakers. Joseph Fallows sold tea, coffee, cocoa, chocolate and sugar here. From 1819-86 Liverpool Tea Merchant John Farrer took over, passing this on to his two sons. The shop and tearoom are now Kendal institutions.

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Hazle Ceramics
Farrer’s Store & Cafe LP118/500: around 120 made Chris McAllister shop windows
on Kendal
With added 22 carat gold 2001 Mail Order List in box!

 This store fills the ground floor with a vast array of teas and coffees plus many tempting foodstuffs and kitchen accessories. The huge tea counter just inside is a listed feature.

 13 Stricklandgate, Kendal. A house from 1640, it became the Wagon and Horses Inn. The latter were taken to a yard behind the alley, right. Upper windows plus the double-bowed front with door and fanlight are from 1822.

£85.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

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 Leaf on a capucchino. Farrer’s leading barista mentors offer training.

 Farrer’s charming café is on several levels and packed with original features from English oak - seasoned on sea voyages 300 years ago!

 These 20 vintage tea caddies are still in use and a listed feature too!

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