Friday, October 15, 2010

~ Tea Time ~

While vacationing in Morro Bay it's tradition for us to have.... tea at a darling little spot in Cambria called The Tea Cozy. The Tea Cozy is an authentic English tea room . It is housed in a quaint little cottage that is over 100 years old and


the cottage is surrounded by the prettiest little gardens. How cute is that little bunny and look at the little tea pots scattered about...

We love this little tea spot and always have.......


The Royal Tea, look at the yummy offerings. I tell you these little sandwiches are so fresh,.. they are delish and the sweets are out of this world. Our tea of choice is always Earl Grey Tea. Hope you enjoyed visiting the The Tea Cozy, we had such a nice time...
until next year........and that will be here before you know it. Have a happy weekend, hugs, Linda

18 comments:

ATTIC CLUTTER said...

Tea & crumpets(:)
Love the pics and the teapot doorstop great idea(:) LOL
Dentist ya UGH ~!!
I didn't have a cavity like I thought so just $50 for a quick check..lordy just 50~!! hehe
hugs,Patty

Love Bears All Things said...

I'm glad you had a good time..It looks like a great place and yummy tea offerings.
Mama Bear

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Hi Linda, I always like to find the local tea shops when I travel--they usually have the cutest decor and the best sandwiches! I am a tea-aholic, and cringe when I have to order it from a fast food place! I am your newest follower, fellow Linda! Linda

She'sSewPretty said...

I love your vacation posts. I need to write down all the places you wrote about so I know where to go next time I visit Cambria and Morro Bay. The last time we visited Morro Bay it was pouring rain so we went to the taffy shop and then left. I wish I'd know about some of your favorite spots.

Anonymous said...

First time reading your blog if you loved Morro Bay and Cambria you would also love a small town called Solvang off of highway 101its going toward Santa Barbara.Great shops and great food.

Marydon said...

G'day Linda ~
Nothing better than a good tea room ... takes one away from the moments of real world, to leisure & relaxation. Looks like you had a grand time.
Have a great weekend.
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

kbbryant said...

Your photos of Morro Bay and Cambria captured the feel of that area. It has been too long since I was there. You had great clear weather too...I had some foggy visits there.

Kathy b

Mildred said...

Such a charming old cottage and great photos. Wishing you a blessed weekend.

Lib said...

Love it! I need a tea party.;o)
Have a great wk.end!
Blessins',Lib

Tammy N said...

Hello there...I followed you over from Lib's.

We are kindred spirits in a love of Earl Grey tea...something about it is so soothing to me! All of the little sammies and treats look so good...I do love a trip to a tea house!!

Kathleen From Eggs In My Pocket said...

Just love the photos! Have a great weekend. blessings,Kathleen

Nancy said...

That tea tray looks like what Heidi likes to do. Everything looks so good. Glad you get to do that each year. Your daughter sure looks like you. I like Earl Grey tea too.
Nancy

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Hey my friend, How are you? There's a very charming tea spot and I love the tea pots scattered in the garden....(that puts an idea in my head :) Looks like you had a wonderful wonderful vacation. xoxo

Diane at Crafty Passions said...

I love going for high tea and I have had it many times at the Chateau in Quebec City, that is so much fun !
Diane

Siobhan said...

Oh, that looks like such fun! My SIL took both of my daughters for high tea at the Ritz for their 16th birthdays. They loved it. Tea and crumpets--yumm!

GailinVirginia said...

0.o...Nancy of Rosemarys Tea Shop sent me a recipe for those scones the tall fluted brown topped ones...if you can't wait until next year...give a yell and I'll send you the awesome looking easy recipe:)

Cheryl said...

I was just in Morro bay myself. I wish I had travled down the coast and had tea as well. I had McDonalds lol
~Cheryl

Michele said...

what a lovely time you had! My aunt lives in Cambria :) I love Morra Bay ... think I'll have to add that to our anniversary getaway list :)