Looks like a cute place to visit. Afternoon tea at Bolton Abbey, Wharfedale in North Yorkshire, England
This is the real old fashioned tea rooms of times gone by. Betty's Cafe Tea Rooms, Parliament Street, Harrogate, Yorkshire, England. The story began in 1919 when the founder Frederick Belmont opened his first Bettys Cafe Tea Room. The combination of mouth-watering Swiss Confectionery and Yorkshire warmth and hospitality is irresistible. You have a choice of over 300 breads, cakes and chocolates, as well as 50 different teas and coffees.
~Chelsea, London~ during the week of Chelsea Flower Show
Begin wall in corner house
bluepueblo: “ Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, England photo via robyn ”
This is Cobbles Tea Room in the beautiful Cinque Port town of Rye in East Sussex, it's tucked away in Hylands Yard opposite The Old Bell, they have the lovliest hidden garden at the back and do a delicous cream tea (photo by Nancy Lamont).
Garden tea party
Yorkshire Dales village. The world of James Herriot.