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About

The Original Tea Hut is situated in Epping Forest near High Beech, just off the A104 Epping New Road. It is afriendly and popular stop for walkers, cyclists horse riders and motorcyclists (for whom it’s a nationally recognised destination and meet-up spot).

Visit the Original Tea Hut website to find menus and price lists and information about some of their premiere products such as speciality sausages, popular in sandwiches and rolls. You will also find information on the history of the business, the longstanding relationship built over generations with loyal customers, and the important connection of High Beech with the sport of Speedway and the famous track at High Beech.

The Original Tea Hut pride themselves on selling quality produce at reasonable prices. Their aim is to provide decent food in the best surroundings at a good price.

Set in the heart of Epping Forest, it was very near the Original Tea Hut that Dick Turpin shot and killed Thomas Morris, the servant of one of the Forest Keepers, which put a sizable price on his head - to be collected later when he was finally caught under an assumed name and imprisoned in York accussed of horse stealing. Even after his true identity was known and the reward paid, his horse theft trial continued as the penalty was the same as for murder - death. Found guilty, Turpin was hanged and buried (twice) in York and his gravestone bears both his assumed name, John Palmer and his real name, Richard Turpin. Discover the whole story of Turpin, the Gregory Gang and the shooting near High Beech, here.

 

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Original Tea Hut is situated in High Beech, Epping at the junction of Cross Roads and Fairmead Road. If you approach along the Epping New road (A104), from either direction, at the Robin Hood pub roundabout you take the turning to High Beech and the Tea hut is a couple of hundred meters on the left hand side.

Public Transport Directions

Unfortuanetly, public transport doesn't reach as far as the tea hut, but the nearest station is Loughton on the Central Line from where it is a pleasant walk through the forest (or a short taxi ride).

Original Tea Hut

Type:Café

Fairmead Road, High Beech, Essex, IG10 4HR

Opening Times

* Open seven days a week, 9 am till 6.00pm. We sometimes stay open later on a busy day.

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