The tearoom was a delight, a feast in so many ways. Not only the food, which was terrific the ambience of the tearoom was amazing. There was so much to look at, certainly a great treat. Honey was such a good girl and loved all the attention.
Let me take you on a little tour...
Even outside was set up for those quick hot chocolate moments, with crochet blankets to keep you warm. Little trinkets here and there to admire, such a lovely collection.
Inside was a joy to behold, with a wide mixture of vintage china, a definite feast for the eyes...
The staff were also amazing, helping with the pram and getting Honey into the high chair. Onto the food which can only be described as DELICIOUS. Out came the sandwiches, along with smoked salmon crostini and crisps.
The teapot was refilled several times, they were very generous. Then came warm scones with jam and clotted cream, sadly I forgot to take a photo. I can say they were beautiful.
Finally a stunning cake stand of sweet treats...
Despite every effort made it was impossible to eat them all, we had to admit defeat and have some boxed to take home. I had an amazing afternoon, spending quality time with my daughter and granddaughter in beautiful surroundings with delicious food and TEA, what could be better?
I have a lot to do today, unpacking, cleaning and making a start on the Christmas décor, but I will try to catch up with everyone over the next few days.
See you soon.
A visit to a tea shop, that looked amazing, xReplyDelete
Quality time with family in a lovely place !ReplyDelete
Have a cosy day !
It looks lovely, what a treat.ReplyDelete
What a delightful little tea shop. I'm so pleased you all enjoyed a lovely family time together. Perfect.XReplyDelete
What a delightful treat and a great time spent with your grand kids!ReplyDelete
mmm, food! I went to a bridal shower that was an afternoon tea and it was delightful :) you look so pretty and happy!!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness that looks such a lovely tea shop!!!ReplyDelete
Oh my! Those treats look amazing, but more important I know was the precious time with daughter and grands. They are so cute and it does certainly look as if Bertie is keeping a secret. Hope that he doesn't pop! Ha!ReplyDelete
What a special treat that tea must have been! The food looks wonderful, and I'm sure the pots of tea were good too.ReplyDelete
Afternoon tea with loved ones, what could be nicer, and this looks to be an especially nice tea-shop.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely tea outing with your girl and her girl. I experienced the same thing just last Saturday. So special to spend time with those we love in fun settings like this.ReplyDelete
What a lovely post! I really loved the little tour of the tearoom you went to and how lovely to have gone with your daughter and granddaughter. I love moments like these ;)ReplyDelete
That all looks gorgeous, what a lovely way to spend an afternoon.ReplyDelete
Looks like a lovely time at the tea room with your daughter. Looked delicious and now I'm hungry. :-DReplyDelete
Your grandchildren are adorable. Enjoy your day at home settling back in.
Oh my goodness! I'm so impressed with your wonderful tea and the surroundings. It looks like a beautiful place and so much fun. Even providing crochet blankets? How sweet. Thank you for sharing this with us.ReplyDelete
That all looks so delicious, and such lovely surroundings tooReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, my friend!!!!!!ReplyDelete
I would love to visit there and have some tea and yummy cakes with you ! If only that darn ocean weren't between us! : )
So glad you had a wonderful time. The tearoom looks amazing. We have a vintage tearoom in the little town and I would live in there if I could....lol-x-ReplyDelete
What a treat! Glad you had such a great time in glorious surroundings.ReplyDelete
What a really pretty Tea shop and the cakes look delicious , You look really dapper in the first picture too and the look on your grandsons face is a picture lol xxxReplyDelete
Really lovely, your sweet little Honey, really is a honey, she looks so cute in the chair. Beautiful place, sounds a perfect time xxReplyDelete
Glad you had a good time away and have been enjoying lovely times out and about!ReplyDelete
What a wonderful weekend! The afternoon tea and you dear little granddaughter look scrumptious.ReplyDelete
What a fun time you all had.. that tea made me want to go to a tea! You're very good grandparents. Have fun with your decorating, that's what I'm doing this weekend. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)ReplyDelete
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Such a lovely time for you and your daughter. That tea shop looks so great.. the food and the shop itself. Now life will go back to normal. Have a great week.ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness...how very sweet. You look delighted too. The food looks too yummy...I couldn't look too long without drooling. The tea shoppes around me don't last too long. We have NOTHING as charming as this little shoppe. I can't even imagine visiting one like that...sigh. Enjoy December and your family.ReplyDelete
It all looks so delightful and delicious! Lovely to see the precious little ones and you and your dear daughter. The little shop is charming. xo KarenReplyDelete
This is just the most wonderful wee tea shop! How lovely everything looks and the food looks divine!ReplyDelete
So glad you all thoroughly enjoyed this special time.
What a wonderful, relaxing way to spend special time with your two girls. It all looks so delicious.ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous looking afternoon tea.ReplyDelete
how much fun that real "tea" looks to be. I imagine Honey was the center of attention for everyone.ReplyDelete