I decided to have lunch at this tea cottage and I’m more than glad that I did. The exterior of this adorable little shop was to die for! I walked through the gate only to see freshly cut green grass, flowers, and the cutest décor on the porch. As I walked in, the whole inside smelled of warm blueberry muffins. Just that simple scent made me feel like I was home! The interior was absolutely divine. It was decorated with gorgeous floral wallpaper and vintage furniture you’d see in an issue of Better Homes and Gardens from the 20’s. Beautiful work! I was served in a room on the upstairs level that made me feel as if I was having lunch in a doll house. I thought that alone was beyond precious! The staff made me feels so comfortable and that was something I truly valued when it came to reflecting on my overall experience. Dawn Kiki, the owner of this tea shop, was kind enough to stop by my room to greet me and ask how I had been as I ate. The food was so delicious and so was the high-quality tea I had the pleasure of sipping on during my time there. I enjoyed a nice piping-hot cup of Vanilla Huckleberry tea with a side of nicely cut-out sandwiches and assorted pastries and scones. Laura Henagar was the brains behind all of this. Spending countless hours in the kitchen, preparing each meal every day for the lovely customers that have the pleasure of eating there. I’m very thankful for the delightful customer service I received and the encounters I had with the lovely and kind staff. I will most definitely be planning another trip there, and recommend Brambleberry Cottage and Tea Shoppe to my friends and family. Thank you ladies for the wonderful experience.