We were warmly welcomed by the waitress and given a table, since we had already looked at the menu we already knew what we wanted. So I ordered a tuna mayonnaise sandwich on gluten free bread. In a moment of brain fuzz I forgot to ask if the mayo was gluten free, the answer I still don't know, but I did end up in pain that night however when I think about it I think it was more down to overdoing the dairy, not being glutened. I'm sure the waitress would have informed if the mayo wasn't as they seemed pretty clued up on what was gluten free and what wasn't.
My boyfriend also had a sandwich but a normal one, his came with crisps and mine didn't. On closer inspection the crisps appeared to be Pringles, if they were indeed Pringles, then they are not gluten free, therefore the staff must have been aware that I couldn't eat the crisps so didn't give them me. Also if I was paying attention like I think I was, the cook wiped down the surface before preparing my sandwich, nice avoidance of cross contamination there, glad to see a tearoom clued up coeliac/gluten intolerance.
Overall this was a lovely place to eat in and worth a visit, they are lovely and accommodating and offer a wide variety unlike some other places. I suggest trying to cream teas as there were definitely a lot of positive comments being relayed back for them, both gluten free varieties and normal!