Tea at the Brambleberry Cottage was truly a great experience. Eating the amazing food prepared by Laura Henegar was only part of it. Art and history filled the house from the 1900s. Such a relaxing and quiet atmosphere was a welcome change from everyday life. Unbelievable smells came from the kitchen, making everyone around eager to see what would be served. Coming downtown to this fantastic tea shop was well worth it. Knowing that people put a lot of time and effort into making sure our visit was pleasant really meant quite a bit. Some of the rooms throughout this very cozy cottage were decorated with newspaper ads and pictures from the 20th century. Being there reminded me of a great tea shop in Straford-Upon-Avon called the Four-teas, named because like here, it is filled with great history. After a while, I noticed some cute little quotes around the wall that made me stop and smile. Little things like that really make or break a tea shop, its whether or not you feel welcome. Later, I decided that I will most definitely go back again. Some people don’t like tea, but if you do, I highly recommend going here.