It's one place you'd likely wish to put INSIDE a museum. Been there since the 1850's, likely serving the same freshly-baked scones with homemade jams and clotted creams.
You enter through the side entrance where the present tea rooms are. Inside or out in the porch, you smell the faint aroma of freshly-baked breads. Oh, heaven!
A pinky up for Devonshire tea in this heritage bakery in historic Berrima in the southern highlands of New South Wales. Along Hume Highway between Sydney and Canberra.
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