The Victorian Teashop, Matlock Bath
– Relax in Pleasant Surroundings
The Victorian Teashop in Matlock Bath offers visitors to our wonderful, historic village the chance to enjoy a moment of unique atmosphere. Matlock Bath can be very busy or very calm, but either way, The Victorian Teashop has an ambience all of it's own – a sanctuary from the busy, bustling weekend days of the summer, and warm and friendly when Matlock Bath seems to have fallen asleep.
The Teashop was designed to be a facility for the Life in a Lens Museum of Photographyin the same building, but immediately became a popular entity in its own right. The atmosphere is pleasant and quirky and you only have to take a look at the rest of this amusing web site to see that.
We don't just serve tea, either – we range from breakfasts to 'cream teas' and lots in between – plus a full range of coffees and other drinks.
The Victorian Teashop is at the very heart of the village and has some charming views to the wonderful leafy hillside of Starkholmes. The Victorian 'Jubilee bridge' is just acros where the Derwent River runs by us – heading South towards Derby. Beyond the river is the rising tree-covered cliff-face of the gorge. Simply gorgeous!