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Our English Tea At The Falls

WE DID NOT LEAVE THE FALLS OF FEUGH until we had our afternoon tea at their restaurant.... I did not get to do that during the previous trip.... Aaron told us that we must try their afternoon tea especially their scones and cakes.... 
This restaurant houses private functions ... Garden weddings included...
Will be a beautiful experience to last a lifetime....
Never ending pictures to take....
At the entrance of the cottage-styled restaurant....
Outside the cafe on the balcony...
Summer will be nice for us to sit out here....
At the balcony overlooking the river....
Very English-sey.... It was almost 4pm and we were the last patrons....
Our tete-a-tete high tea... Latte... Coffee....
The giant scone....
With creams, butter and raspberry jam....
Moist carrot cake which I couldn't resist...
Yes, that's me alright..... No tea... Plain water is good enough for me.....
And after our tea, we adjourned to Mary's place for dinner!

Comments

  1. Ahhhhh!!!! English cream tea! I love that!!! Buttery scones with clotted cream and fruit jam, heavenly! Ya, your scone sure looked different.

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  2. yeah the place is beautiful and nice cottage style to have an afternoon tea, so British (maybe the Scottish doesn't like to be called English?? hehe).. the scone is surely very different from what we used to have huh?? but definitely taste good as I see from the photo :)

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  3. SK beat me to it. You're in Scotland, don't say very English this, English that! :D

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    1. Ok, Will say so scottish then... Never really thought of it....

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  4. Nice tea time you had there. I love scone too.

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  5. What an enjoyable tea! Big scones!

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  6. That is a very lovely cottage style restaurant with all the blooms in the garden.

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  7. The scone sure looks big. Lovely tea time.

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