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  • McCharles House


    McCharles House is CLOSED. The owners are turning it into a 'life center.'

    Tearoom response:

    February 26, 2008<BR> Dear Patricia,<BR> Thank you!! By replying to your TeaMap message you have given us an opportunity to let our friends and past and future guests know that The McCharles House is OPEN! This year, our 23rd anniversary, promises to be an even more exciting year . . . a year where we will hold dear that which is close to our hearts. <BR> As we welcome a gusty pre-spring season it seems like just yesterday that the church bells across the way tolled in the New Year. We still reflect on the year that has ended. It was a profound year, a year of renewed awareness and acceptance that the greatness of life is made up of simple, ordinary moments. With all the exciting additions here at The McCharles House, we are still in the process of doing more. As always, good things take time. Because of that, The McCharles House Restaurant will not be serving our seasonal menu at this time nor do we have a specific opening date for the restaurant. You can be assured that Executive Chefs, Audrey and Vivian, will be returning with their seasonal restaurant - a little different and more special than before! <BR> Our dream of building The McCharles House - A Center For Living is now complete . . . a Center for Cultural Events, Corporate Retreats, Conferences & Meetings, Film & Photo or Wedding Ceremonies. The changes we've made will keep The McCharles House a special place for us and future generations to enjoy. If you should have any questions or would like to make an appointment to view the venues, please contact Vivian at 714.731.4063 and leave a voice mail. We thank you for considering our truly unique venues for your upcoming event.<BR> Watch for a special feature about Vivian and Audrey in the Spring April/May 2008 issue of Cottages & Bungalows magazine.<BR> 'Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play and pray in, where nature may heal and cheer and give strength to body and soul alike.' - John Muir<BR> Life's simple pleasures, 
Audrey and Vivian Heredia<BR> <BR>