Can we give Pamela and her husband 100 stars? We'd love to! My mom and I visited Pamela's Victoria Tea and Music this weekend. It was roughly 1 hour and 40 minutes from where I live and it was definitely worth the drive. My mom and I frequently visit different tea houses as it is a shared interest of ours. Pamela had a very extensive tea menu. There were more options than we're used to seeing at tea houses. Upon arriving, guests can tour the historic building their tea house is located in. Pamela has a room full of ladies' hats, so if you forgot to bring your tea hat but are in the mood to throw one on, don't worry she's got you covered. We visited during St. Patrick's Day weekend, so we started off with some delicious green pistachio pudding and our scone was shamrock shaped. Pamela entertained us all and served us and her husband is the chef working in the kitchen for us. After our tea, both Pamela and her husband entertained us with some Limericks, which were short, quirky poems they had written recently. Then Pamela, who is an amazing musician, sat down at her piano and played a few Irish tunes for us. We've never had an experience like this. You will absolutely not reget your visit. We can't wait to return.