Tuesday, January 4, 2011

English Rose Tea Room

Well... Yesterday was my last day of vacation... Sweet Daughter will be going back to law school and all fun will end. waaaaaa
We both decided that one thing was really important to do
before she left, and that was to do tea! We try to do it at least once a year.
So we headed out to The English Rose Tea Room.

If you click on the sign... it will take you right to their web page. You can find a full menu and directions.
Some wonderful picture taking opportunities.
We got there early so it was the perfect time to take some shots.... Plus it was freezing in Carefree. So you won't see anyone sitting out side.
But if your here on a normally, beautiful, warm day and sit on the patio, you won't feel put out. It's just as pretty on the outside as it is on the inside.
A tweet centerpiece!

A well decorated chandy.... Let's head inside.
Of course, what is tea without the Queen? Here she is to greet us.

You get your choice of 2 teas. And they serve my favorite Harney and Sons.
Specifically ... Paris...It is a fruity black tea with vanilla and caramel flavors, and a hint of lemony Bergamot.


We're browsing... We're browsing...


Another well appointed chandy!

Oh! We better sit down... Tea is served!
La-lishous tea fare.



"Mom! Maaaaaam! MOM! Can we stop with the pictures now? "

Okay.... I did put the camera down... and we did have a lovely time!

It is a drive... But soooooo very worth it!
You really do feel like you have escaped the big city.
The English Rose Tea Room.... Charming to it's very core!


I am joining Kara at Elements Interiors for Whassup Wednesday.



Make sure you
go check out all the fun going on over there. Thanks Kara!

P.S. Don't forget about Friday... It's Fresh-cut Friday!

16 comments:

Oliva said...

Your daughter is beautiful! What a nice way to spend time with your baby.

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

This is absolutely my favorite tea room. I want to go for my birthday!!

Melissa said...

Beautiful. Your daughter is gorgeous.

Funny - I like fruity black teas but can't stand bergamont.

Margaret MacCabe Ritchie said...

I live near there, I have to go check it out...just love the looks of it! Maybe I'll go for Valentines Day! By the way I added your button to my blog @ http://therustyplum.blogspot.com

Laura Wilkerson said...

How fun! I've always wanted to open my own tea house.....there's still time I guess!

p.s. If you get a min. drop by my blog. I'm having my first give away and would love for you to sign up!

Many blessings!

Patti said...

Oh wow what a great place. Wish I could go there. Hugs

Kristin said...

Hey Liz!
Love your description of your decorating style! I keep trying to pin mine down, but I guess I am just not loyal enough to any one kind! Ha! Love how your daughter sounded about the pictures. Sounds like my 20 year old.
Thanks for stopping by Sweet Country Life! Have a fantastic week!
Kristin

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Thanks for sharing tea with your pretty daughter. Looks like a great place to go.
Have a great day.

kate said...

Funny how all daughters are the same!!! Thanks for the tea time, reminds me so much of the Tea Room in Celebration Fl. I had to peak at there menu to see where it was!! Tell your daughter I loved all you pics!!! Thanks
kate

Lisa said...

That is such a great tradition you share with your sweet daughter! I know you enjoyed her visit.

Sonya@Beyond the Screen Door said...

Hi, Liz! What a beautiful place for lunch. Our local tearoom is closing. It's quite sad. I didn't go often, but it was such a great place for special events. Your daughter is beautiful and I can just hear the tone in her voice about the pictures! LOL! Sounds SO familiar!

Miss Gracie's House said...

Oh...what a sweet time! and with your girl too...couldn't be better!
blessings to you this new year!
Rene

Sunny simple life said...

Thank you so much for such kind words. When I first saw your post I thought you might be from around here as we have a tea room not far from us with the same name but yours is so much prettier. Lovely. I will be back Friday for your blog party.

Mimi said...

HI!!!
If daughter has NOT had her baby by my birthday, just a few weeks away, that is exactly where we are going!!!Have been wanting to for ever!!!
I sure hope we make it, if NOt that is OK, we can go another time, a NEW BABY!!!DUDE we are having another grand child!!!!YEAH for that!!!
hugs,
jamie

kara@elements-interiors.net said...

Hey Sweet Girlfriend! Thank you for linkin up at Whassup! OH MY GOSH!!! I ADORE this post! EVERYTHIG is BEAUTIFUL, CHARMING and I *so* wish I was there! Im ready to sit at one of those patio tables and drink LOTS of coffee!!! If thats your daughter in the Picture (Ithink it said Mom...) She is GORGEOUS!!!

xoxokara

Sarah said...

Looks like a delightful spot! Wish we had more tea rooms here. Sad to say but only one or two.
Thanks for sharing all the photos of the English Rose. Glad you kept the camera out! ~ Sarah