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Oxford Hall

233 Bridge Street | New Cumberland, PA
717-774-8789 | Email | Website | Hours
Located in an restored 1880's residence, Oxford Hall is a unique shopping and dining experience. For almost 30 years Oxford Hall has imported fine sweaters, woolens, jewelry and fine gifts from Ireland and the UK. In July 2012 they added an authentic Irish/UK style Tea Shop within the shop. It is a casual and affordable spot for lunch or a proper pot of Tea. The shop features over 70 loose teas and many imported packaged teas including Barry's, Beweley's, Taylors of Harrogate and more. You will find a Menu taken from the owners experience visiting tea shops across the pond. Everything is made from scratch and farm to table.
Menu items include Scotch Eggs, Pasties, Soups, Sandwiches and more. For dessert try the Sticky Toffee Pudding, Bakewell Tart, Crumble Cake or Authentic UK Style Scone.

There is also a import Grocery with a large selection of imported Foods, Meats and Teas.

Customers can call ahead and order menu items for takeaway.

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Oxford Hall had to be the best kept secret in New Cumberland. A friend and myself stopped in for lunch yesterday. The food is absolutely amazing. We had delicious hot cranberry scones with raspberry jam, lemon curd and devonshire cream. The homemade chicken salad on artisan bread was amazing. The server was extremely friendly and made our visit very enjoyable and relaxing. If you've never been there you are missing a wonderful experience. I will be going back!

- Faith Jun 18th '15

I have been enjoying Oxford Hall Celtic Shoppe Tea Shoppe since before they moved to their present location in the restored 1800's house. From the dozens of varieties of teas that you can enjoy either in the shop or purchase by the ounce or pounds to take with you. With the teas, which you can do a proper or high tea or simply order off the menu, you won't be disappointed. One thing that is recommended, is to call about 2-3 days ahead and reserve a table for tea. I personally do this once a month with a friend. We don't limit ourselves to enjoying just the tea and foods. The food is all made from scratch and we have a hard time choosing not only which food to eat but which tea too. The atmosphere, owners, staff, not to mention the merchandise is all top notch. I have purchased sever... (more)

- Susan Reynolds Mar 1st '15

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