Some people may hear the name “Barry” and think of a certain television program involving two characters known as Gavin and Stacey. Others may instead think of having an Afternoon Tea in Barry.

Either way, you’re in for a treat! This town finds itself in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, on the north coast of the Bristol Channel and approximately 9 miles from Cardiff. In recent years, it has become a thriving seaside resort, thus making it an excellent place to stop for lunch!

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Barry is the third-largest town in Wales after Wrexham and Merthyr Tydfil, although not that long ago, it was but a small, relatively unassuming village. Significant development took place during the 1880s following the increased importance of Barry Docks and the local coal industry.

By 1913, it had become the largest coal port in the world. While such enterprises have since diminished dramatically, the area remains ever-popular in part due to several outstanding Afternoon Tea Barry venues. If this is to your taste, you’ve undoubtedly chosen exceptionally well.