Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Heritage Tea Room, Oley PA


I thought I would share photos from the Heritage Tea Room, one of my favorite tea rooms in Pa. I have not had a chance to explore tea rooms in NC.


The owner, Peggy Klein, is so welcoming and has actually provided programming for me in my previous job. She does etiquette teas for children.









If you would like to buy a tea room, I know one for sale-The Garden Angel. It is right around the corner from where I used to live and at one time was quite a lovely tea room.


Head on over to Barb's for more tea time eye candy!

10 comments:

Liz said...

What a sweet tea room. I love your header! Very cute!

~Liz

Kammy said...

Such a lovely room and so many teapots ! I love that first picture -because of that tablecloth-wow !
Hugs ~ Kammy

Vee said...

Would you believe... Yup, I've always wanted to run a tea room (coffee, too) where the decor would be charming, the music would be soft and classical, and the scones would be to die for...

Gosh, you're prolific...I can't keep up with you.

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

Absolutely charming tea room! It's nice to meet you Sue...Happy Tea Time Tuesday!

Barb~Bella Vista said...

This is so sweet....totally charming. Thanks for sharing with us.

Happy Tea Time Tuesday.

Barb

Rita Kent at TesoroFino.Com said...

Oh how I would love a tea room....where is it located? Love your photos. Great job! Love it! Stop by and say "hi" soon and enjoy your visit and stay a while there's so much to see.

Sheri said...

What a lovely tea room! I try to find new tea rooms every where we go on vacation. :) One of these days (after I win the mega million, haha) I would love to open a tea room!

Joyce said...

Now that is a tea room! I collect tea pots so I know I would not even eat if I was there as I would be too busy looking at all of those pretty pots. I need to have a tea and invite some ladies over soon. Isn't tea so much fun? Thanks for sharing all of these photos with me.
Joyce

Barb @ GritsandGlamour said...

Oh what a fun place to visit. I love all the different themes and wallscapes. She looks like an interesting lady to know. Thanks so much for joining in this week's Tea Time Tuesday. I hope to see you join in again soon. Blessings, Barb

Judy ~ My Front Porch said...

You buy the tea room...and I'll stop by for tesa when I'm in your 'neck of the woods'...for sure!