When it comes to having an Afternoon Tea in Crook, there are several choices of outstanding venues. This historic market town finds itself in County Durham, North East England. It’s the 10th largest settlement in the county itself, as well as being the 35th largest in the entire region.

Crook lies a couple of miles north of the River Wear, some 9 miles from the city of Durham, 5 miles from Bishop Auckland and 2 miles from Willington. Located on the edge of a beautiful and ever-popular valley on the east side of the Pennines, it has since been dubbed the “Gateway to Weardale”. Why not visit today?

Sorry, we do not currently have any places for afternoon tea in this region. If you would like to submit your business to be listed in this area please Fill out our listing form here.

Historically, Crook first developed as an agricultural village around 1795. It later grew due into a coal mining settlement, with 20 mines once located in and around the area.

By the 20th century, much of its industry had declined. However, the town has since become known for several Afternoon Tea Crook establishments – all of which are well worth visiting.