We welcome you into our 1930s stone cottage for Saturday Afternoon Tea!
Every Saturday, we hold Afternoon Tea at 2pm for $20 per person. Our Afternoon Tea brings a laid-back, relaxed approach to the traditional English-style service. For example: while we serve real clotted cream, you’ll find Appalachian-inspired twists on our menu and Southern hospitality in place of white-gloved service. We make absolutely everything from scratch, and with a lot of love! We are happy to schedule tea service any weekday at 2pm as well (or later on days that we are open for dinner). Reservations are required.
Tea service includes your choice of loose leaf tea or French press coffee, four varieties of traditional finger sandwiches, four petit-four style desserts, freshly baked scones and shortbread cookies with clotted cream and homemade seasonal jam. For children under 10, we offer a half-price tea service as well, with added options of hot cocoa or fresh-squeezed lemonade. Gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan service is available with 48 hours notice, for $2 extra.
Please note any food allergies, dietary restrictions, number of children guests, or other specific needs when making a reservation. We will happily do our best to accommodate you!
Because space is limited, we do require reservations and a credit card on file to confirm all bookings. The credit card will not be charged except in the event of a cancellation or no-show, as per our cancellation policy. We are also happy to schedule tea service any weekday at 2pm. Click Here to make a reservation.
Cancellation policy: Any cancellation up to 48 hours prior to the reservation incurs no fee. Within 48 hours of the reservation, a $10/person fee is charged to the credit card on file. A no-show results in full tea service price per person charged to the credit card on file.
Please call or e-mail (828) 676-3870 / firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Want to give the gift of tea? Click Here to send an e-Gift Certificate!
SAMPLE TEA MENU BELOW!
Tea Menu changes about monthly, this is just an example!