Wednesday, 3 April 2013

day trip: Willow Tea House


















Last Tuesday, I went to the Willow Tea House with Sandra & Mary for a bite to eat and a drink whilst Mark was at work. As you can see, it is a lovely, bright place with shabby chic decor. The furniture is beautifully distressed white-washed wood, and the tabletops are covered in an almost sage green polka dot cover with glass over the top. It is very pretty indeed, with fresh flowers on the table in a vintage porcelain jug. Willow Tea House has all the lovely finishing touches, little doilies on the saucers and even a mint imperial each with the bill!. Families and folk of all ages are welcome, and there's plenty to choose from in the glass counter filled with delicious homemade cakes and scones! The food was delicious, I opted for good old beans on toast. Can't go wrong with a bit of beans on toast! It was so good, and presented so beautifully with the beans in a dish and perfectly done toasted triangles. Sandra opted for coronation chicken sandwiches, and Mary for scrambled egg & smoked salmon on toast. Drinks were equally as lovely, and Willow Tea House also serve specialty teas and alcoholic beverages. We all thoroughly enjoyed it!

If anyone lives on the Wirral or the surrounding areas, Willow Tea House is definitely worth a visit :) they also cater for special occasions (birthdays, weddings, baby showers - anything!). I will be taking Mark there very soon to sample the delicious looking cakes!

17 comments:

  1. I love cute little tea shops like this, wish I could visit them more!
    Daniella x

    http://daniella-r.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. I love places like this :) xx

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  3. Oh that's a really cute tea shop - I love discovering places like that; and I really need beans on toast now!

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  4. Looks like the perfect place to have tea! Lovely. Thanks for sharing

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  5. This looks absolutely lovely! I love little places like this they're always so much nicer than chains! So much beautiful furniture in there too!

    Sophs xx
    The Sopho Diaries

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  6. How lovely! I don't know why but I've always loved Willow trees so I love the name of this. I've never even been to a tea room before though :( xxx

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  7. Ahh, I love love love spending time in places like this. It's so relaxing and peaceful. And I just can't get over the fact that you all still have snow- so fun & exciting! Beans on toast sounds interesting- all the food looks super yummy! :)

    P.S. Your hotel experience in London sounds like it was crazy weird! haha xx

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  8. This little tea room looks so lovely! I love all the pictures you've taken. I'm a big fan of beans on toast - it looks so nice presented it that little pot haha :) xo

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  9. Aw this place looks so charming! I'm always on the hunt for cute tea rooms thanks for posting:) xx

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  10. Oh what a lovely place :) Also that food looks absolutely delicious! :) xx

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  11. Awh this place looks adorable! I love going and finding new tea rooms
    xx

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  12. This place looks adorable! I want to go. Pretty cream french furniture, perfect!! I hope the food tasted as good as it looks!

    E x

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  13. It is so pretty, looks absolutely wonderful .

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  14. How pretty is this place?! I love when you stumble upon lovely places, it reminds me of where Ollie's family live, their village is full of little places like this! The sandwiches look delicious!

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  15. Such a cute place! Love that willow tree mural!

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  16. This looks so lovely! I love cute little tea rooms. Smoked salmon and scrambled egg! How yummy?! Xxx

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  17. Oh my gosh, this place looks amazing - I love tea rooms :) x

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