Very quaint with, obviously, a Victorian flavor in decor. Two type of teas were offered throughout our lunch, both were very good. One was vanilla and the other a cranberry. A six course lunch was offered; starting with a fruit cup, then a plate of delicious homemade chocolate scones, chocolate muffins and cranberry bread. We then moved on to a delicious salad, followed by tea sandwiches of chicken salad and wraps. We then had a homemade beef noodle soup, which was followed by the most wonderful dessert of a light and airy type pound cake with a pineapple cream filling in the middle, a whipped cream topping, drizzled with a raspberry sauce. Delicious. And the atmosphere is very warm, with the owners themselves helping to serve their patrons. They also showed us an original photograph of the building that they occupy, telling us the history which dates back to the early 1800s. They also expressed an interest in us personally, asking where we were from, if we were celebrating something special and how we might be related. The overall experience was wonderful. I wasn't sure I was going to like before going. I am not a fussy kind of person and I thought I might not enjoy all the 'girliness' of the experience. But I enjoyed it a whole lot and we are planning on meeting there again another time. Oh, and hats galore. Wear one! It adds a specialness to the affair. A very relaxing experience.
Thank you for your very detailed review.It sounds like everything was to your satisfaction. Hope you and your girls come back soon.