Monday, February 27, 2012


Tea for Replenishment, Tea for the Joy of Having Tea

Right: Me & Tea with Breakfast, Gruinard Guest House, Beauly, Scotland. Kay Gillies can't be beat for hospitality!

Left: Flodigarry Country House, north Trotternish, Isle of Skye. Try Flodigarry
Clootie Dumplings with Talisker Cream!

Above: Petra is the host divine, at this Victorian house of Welsh slate. Mount Garmon View B&B, Betwys-y-Coed, North Wales.
Right: Orrest House B&B, Lake Windermere, Lakes District. Teatime is any time in this 1713 hill residence.

Old Workhouse (The Pottery) in medieval village of Lacock, England.

Afternoon tea with cream cake from the bakery is just as nice in-room, with Jane Austen, in this lovely light-filled suite.

Left: Bolton Castle, Yorkshire, is not-to-be-missed and Tea is the best way to finish off your
intriguing exploration of this complete "ruin", from its cellars and threshing room to the high ramparts. You may want to include a tasty lunch after the thrill of this one. Walk it all off on the surrounding hills.

Right: Syke's historical Tearoom and B&B
in the tiny village of Askigg, Yorkshire.
Lovely accommodations abound in this
quaint hamlet where
All Creatures Great and Small was filmed.
You will be charmed by
fine walking in the Dales,
then warm up here in this cozy refuge.