Monday, August 22, 2011

Tea at the Cottage

Last week, as my family traveled into central Georgia for a mini vacation, we stopped in a little town called Pine Mountain. As it was close to lunch time, we stopped in at the Rose Cottage Tea Room.

Lunch was served!

And of course someone had to have a humungous blueberry muffin!

Pretty china dishes were displayed throughout the tea room.

We enjoyed it so much, that my daughter and I drove back on another day for another taste of their cuisine.


28 comments:

Debbie said...

I can't remember where Pine Mountain is. I think it might be over near the Little White House?

No worries. I have a map and a husband who knows Georgia like the back of his hand. I'm putting this place on my "tag along with him on business and see" list.

It looks wonderful!

**CREATIVE CARMELINA** said...

It's been a while since I've visited a tea room....but it really is such a quaint thing to do...I should make a lunch date! Collecting bone china tea cups is one of my many passions...and I always bring something home to add to my growing stock!

this is such a cute place..thanks for taking me along!

ciao bella

Creative Carmelina

Millie said...

I have been to Pine Mountain, but not to the tea house, It looks like a lovely place.

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

Sometimes quick trips are the best! That food looks yummy!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Jocelyn,
What a lovely little tea room! The food looks good and the atmosphere alone can make a tea room even more enjoyable. I love the china displayed on the shelf!
Hubby and I stopped into a tea room on the weekend and it was simply wonderful. I took pictures and will have to share one of these weeks.
Thank you for sharing your lovely visit to the tea room with us. Have a yourself a delightful week.

Blessings,
Sandi

Kathy said...

When I first read you went to central Georgia, I thought you were in my neck of the woods. But, then I read Pine Mountain. Not only have I been there, but to that same restaurant! Lovely! Thank you for sharing this with A Return to Loveliness,
God Bless,
Kathy

FABBY'S LIVING said...

What a lovely and cozy place, wish I was near to somehting like this! I love lunch dates, I should make one! Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week. FABBY

Lavender Cottage said...

I just love quaint little tea rooms. Lunch here looks delicious, even the huge muffin.
Thanks for sharing your visit to the tea room.
Judith

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

What a lovely tea room! Everything looks so pretty here. Beautiful place to visit.
Hope to see you on my blog:0

Antiques And Teacups said...

A great visit! I love the TG Green Cornishware teapot sign...so cute! And Wileman tea service. The food looks delicious. Bet you had a great time indeed. Thanks for taking us along.
Ruth

Diann said...

My mom and I will start visiting some teahouses in the area in the Fall. It one of those things we look forward to when cooler weather arrives.

Johanna said...

Hello,
I would love to visit such a nice tea house. I love the charm of an oldfashioned home. It is very different to the coffee restaurants in Germany. How nice to desplay all those china. And the food looks so delicious. Thank you for sharing.
Best greetings, Johanna

Wanda Lee said...

Oh my!

What fabulous photos of your DELIGHTFUL tea at the cottage..,What a wonderful little tea room!

Happy Tuesday Tea Time In Blogland!

Please feel most welcome to visit me for my 98th, 'Tuesday Tea For Two' and also for the '69th, 'Teapot And Tea Things Tuesday'.~ YOU ARE ALWAYS MOST WELCOME TO PARTAKE!

Hugs, Wanda Lee

Pamela Gordon said...

I love this tearoom! I don't even know of any in my area like that. And it has antiques too!! I'd go back there a lot as the food looks delicious. Thanks for sharing your visit. Pamela

rosechicfriends said...

Oh what a lovely place to have been able to visit.
Happy tea,
Lorena

Micupoftea~ said...

Oh, what a treat! I enjoy visiting new places while on vacation. The decor and food look wonderful~

xinex said...

What a beautiful tea room! The lunch looks delish too!..Christine

yvettesblogs.com said...

It's hard to find these type of fine little tea rooms over here in Australia.A beautiful place to stop for tea!

JudyBug said...

I haven't been to a tearoom in ages! What fun...and I'm sure it was relaxing. Sounds divine.

very merry vintage style said...

It looks like a lovely place--what a fabulous ladies day out! Thanks so much for linking this post to Share the Love Wednesday!
Mary

Shirley said...

Going to Tea Rooms is one of my favorite thing to do..this one is lovely.

Zaa said...

What a delightful little teahouse... so quaint and perfect for a teatime gathering... It's so much fun peeking on all the shelves...Thanks for sharing...Hugs

Roselle said...

Very sweet and charming!
Visting today from Tea Time Tuesday.
Roselle

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I just love going to tea room's! This one looks as though the food was really good!

Thank you so much for linking up on Wayfaring Wednesday!

Bernideen said...

What a delightful Tea Room. I enjoyed my visit here!

Kate said...

Very pretty place.

Barbara said...

Wonderful! I can see why it's a favorite place.

Colleen said...

What a wonderful place! A unique experience is always a treat!